The Legend of Bill Smith

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A man stepped out onto the street and miraculously hailed a passing taxi. “What luck!” he thought as he slid into the cab.

“Perfect timing,” remarked the cabby. “You’re just like Bill.”

“Who?” the man inquired.

“Bill Smith. Now there was a man who had it all,” the cabby declared.

“Like me showing up when you needed a cab, it would have happened like that for Bill every single time.”

The man chuckled and responded, “Nah, there are always a few clouds over everybody.”

“Not Bill,” insisted the cabby.

“He was an incredible athlete, could have gone pro in tennis, golfed like a champion, had the voice of an opera baritone, and danced like a Broadway star.”

“Bill must have been quite something,” the man remarked.

“Oh, you have no idea,” the cabby continued.

“Bill had a memory like a steel trap. He remembered everyone’s birthdays, knew everything about wine, which fork to use, and could fix anything.”

“Not like me. I change a fuse, and the whole neighborhood loses power,” the man joked.

“No wonder you remember him so well,” the man said.

“Well, here’s the thing,” confessed the cabby.

“I never actually met Bill.”

The man looked surprised. “Then how on earth do you know so much about him?”

The cabby smirked and replied, “I married his widow.”

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