SANTA MONICA, Cal., April 18, 1934 - The famous “Wirt Dinner” proved one thing. That is, these highbrows can’t remember what happened at their dinners any more than us dumb ones can remember what happens at ours.

What difference does it make what was said at a dinner anyhow? If it’s a real dinner and everybody is going good, there won’t be anything sensible said anyhow.

You know there is two places where what a person says should not be held against ‘em in a court of law. One is at a dinner and the other on the witness stand of a Washington investigation. Both affairs are purely social and should be covered only by the society editor.

Yours,

Will Rogers.

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