Category Archives: Quote Of The Day

Quote Of The Day – Dr. Seuss

Today’s quote comes from Theodor Seuss Geisel (March 2, 1904 – September 24, 1991); an American writer and illustrator, better known under his pen name Dr. Seuss for his highly popular and weird children’s books, with over 600 million copies … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Quote Of The Day – Jack London

Today’s first Quote Of The Day of the New Year comes from San Francisco Bay Area native author, journalist, short story write and social activist Jack London, who was one of the first fiction writers to actually earn big bags … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – Jules Verne

In light of the coming new year I thought today’s Quote of the Day was particularly relevant as we look ahead to 2017 with hopes and dreams of a kinder, gentler, less turbulent and tumultuous twelve months. You can’t call … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day – Charlie Chaplin

Today’s Quote of the Day comes from Sir Charles Spencer “Charlie” Chaplin, KBE (1889 – 1977); an English comic actor, filmmaker, writer and composer who rose to fame during the silent film era, with his onscreen character “the Tramp” considered one … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – Ernest Hemingway

Today’s much anticipated Quote Of The Day comes from Ernest Hemingway, an American novelist, short story writer and journalist. He wrote a little something called For Whom The Bell Tolls. (Not to be confused with the Metallica song, which is … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – Voltaire

Today’s Quote Of The Day comes from Voltaire, (born François-Marie Arouet in Paris), considered one of France’s greatest Enlightenment writers. He was also a poet, playwright, historian, philosopher and known for his sharp wit and outspoken attacks on the establishment, … Continue reading

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