An elderly Groucho Marx recounted a story that happened in a Texas town during the Marx Brothers’ early days in show business.
In Raised Eyebrows,, the memoir by Groucho’s secretary Steve Stoliar, a member of the luncheon party responded, “According to Harpo’s book, that story took place in Oklahoma, not Texas. Who’s right?”
Grouch said, “I am, because I’m alive and he’s not.”
Thus we get a lesson in the elusive nature of truth. Continue reading