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The idea of a mildly retarded grown man who can not read or write to be mistaken for a rich and wealthy brilliant gentleman is extremely obsurde One would never think they would make a mistake such as this one Yet a man named Chance repeats this tremendous feat over and over He even worked his way up to meeting the President of the United States and made him think that he is not mildly retardedIt all began with a rich old man called The Old Man He took Chance in and had his servants take care of him Chance just watched TV and took care of his garden every day for years and years One day the Old Man past away Chance did not really understand what had happened except for the fact that he was gone Soon after the Old Man died everything in the house was packed up and all the furniture was covered with bed sheets Chance no longer had anyone to take care of him When the bank representatives came to check on the house they found Chance inside Chance was wearing the Old Mans clothes which helped to make Chance look wealthy and proper Chance acted out roles that he saw on TV which helped him to seem like a wealthy person He did not know any better than thisSoon later he was being mistaken as Mr Gardener because EE did not hear him correctly Mr Gardener was a wealthy-high classed gentleman even though he was actually Chance He was given much respect by everybody and people enjoyed his company He soon started to meet more and more wealthy people Little by little the importance of the people he became friends with increased He even made his way to meeting the President Even the President took some of Chaunceys advice on some mattersIn conclusion it is realistically impossible for a mildly retarded man who can not read or write
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