The boy answered, “Oh I suppose I’ll be a farmer like my father.” The grateful father said, “Is there something else you’d rather do? Make your plans, and I’ll take care of the costs.” So, the Scottish lad did indeed become a doctor. Some years later, in December of 1943, Winston Churchill became very ill with pneumonia while in North Africa.
Word was sent to In the 1880s, a renowned member of the British parliament was in his carriage when it got stuck in the mud.
Or young Alexander Fleming helped Winston Churchill’s father get his carriage out of the mud and back onto the road.
Well, whatever: we’ve got two fathers and two sons: one of the four helped one of the other three, and one of the remaining two paid for somebody’s education. It’s a good story, so let’s not weigh it down with a bunch of pesky details.
At that moment, the farmer’s own son came to the door of the family hovel. As he walked through the woods, he came across an abandoned swimming hole, and as most boys his age do, he took off his clothes an jumped in! Before he had time to enjoy the pool of water, he was seized by a vicious attack of cramps.
Most of us are familiar with the basic penicillin legend: a London bacteriologist notices something unusual about the mold growing in an uncleaned Petri dish and ends up making one of the greatest medical discoveries of all time.
One day, while trying to eke out a living for his family, he heard a cry for help coming from a nearby bog. There, mired to his waist in black muck, was a terrified boy, screaming and struggling to free himself. If the lad is anything like his father, he’ll grow to a man you can be proud of.” And that he did. And, in a delicious conclusion, the scientist later used his discovery to save his benefactor’s life? The first clue that should make us skeptical of this too-good-to-be-true tale is that it exists in multiple forms.
Farmer Fleming saved the lad from what could have been a slow and terrifying death. In time, Farmer Fleming’s son graduated from Fleming, the discoverer of Penicillin. Wouldn’t that be an astounding and inspiring coincidence? For example, here are a couple of other common versions: A British family journeyed to Scotland for a summer vacation.
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Alexander Fleming was born in a remote, rural part of Scotland and lived on an house — not the sort of place where a vacationing Winston would have been likely to wander, or to be discovered by anyone if he had.