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CHAPTER ELEVEN

gentlemanly voice tells them that owing to the drought in Alabama President Hoover has postponed his visit to Ohio, that the Finnish Prime Minister unveiled a statue to Professor Winkelstein, that there has been an unprecedented fall of snow in Eastern Rhodesia, and that Major-General Foxtrot has passed away peacefully at Southsea at the advanced age of a hundred and one. And who the hell cares? Well - that's refinement. Telling people something with no guts in it.' He looked at his watch and got up. `Trouble is, Wellard, life's vulgar. Being born's vulgar, dying's vulgar, and as for living, well, three-quarters of it is stomach, and stomachs are dam vulgar. My God, when you think of what goes on in your stomach.'
`Yes, yes, but that isn't what I mean by vulgar. What I mean -'
`Sorry, but I've got to go now. You'll come to supper. I'll tell the missis. Hayward's Grove, you said. What number? You'll like her ladyship. She's a very remarkable woman.'
`Six. But-'
`Right. So long.'
And that, thought Reginald, is the, last essential quality of the millionaire. Knowing when to say, `Sorry, but I've got to go now.'

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