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Quote Of The Day – Winston Churchill

Well hello there dear subscribers. It’s been a while…again. I know. Sorry. Been busy. You know how it is. Anyway… I’m finally back. And to celebrate, here’s a topical Quote Of The Day from Sir Winston Churchill – British statesman … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – Robert Frost

Today’s Quote Of The Day – or rather This Month’s Quote Of The Day as it’s been a while since the last one (sorry) – comes from the one and only Robert Frost, who was an American poet and he … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – G. K. Chesterton

Howdy. It’s been a while. Sorry. Today’s much anticipated and long over due Quote Of The Day comes from Gilbert Keith Chesterton, or G.K. Chesterton, a British journalist, novelist, poet, biographer, and essayist active during 1900-1936. He is often referred … Continue reading

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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 – 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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Quote Of The Day – Eric Roth

Today’s Quote Of The Day comes from Eric Roth (1945-), an American screenwriter originally from New York and now residing in Hollywoodland (actually Malibu) who won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for Forrest Gump in 1994. (This blog … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – Arthur C. Clarke

Today’s Quote Of The Day comes from Sir, Yes Sir Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008), a British science fiction and science writer from Somerset, undersea explorer and television series host. And a knight apparently. He is probably best known for co-writing … Continue reading

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Quote Of The Day – H.G. Wells

Today’s Quote Of The Day comes from a Brit called Herbert George Wells, or H.G. Wells (1866-1946); a novelist, teacher, historian, journalist, writer of textbooks and wearer of big mustaches. He is best known for his science fiction novels (he … Continue reading

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