"I know not, sir, whether Bacon wrote the works of Shakespeare, but if he did not it seems to me that he missed the opportunity of his life."

Sir James M. Barrie
(05/09/1860 – 06/19/1937)
Scottish writer ("Peter Pan; or, the Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up")

"There is no error so monstrous that it fails to find defenders among the ablest men."

John Dalberg Acton
(01/10/1834 – 06/19/1902)
English historian ("The History of Freedom")

"You knuckleheads!"

Moe Howard
(06/19/1897 – 05/04/1975)
US comic, actor (The Three Stooges)
I recently saw a thing that said Moe had more injuries--and more serious ones--than the other Stooges youtube.com/watch?v=W_qWxfYTH6

Ok, yeah, fine, but still, that is a HIKERS ONLY TRAIL and they’re not anticipating your fat ass barreling down behind them.

Did more than I thought I would today. Made the ridge and then some. It was about 97 degrees when I started, about 93 back at the car. Only saw 6 other people the entire time—five of them were on bikes.

"[The 17th Earl of Derby] is a very weak-minded fellow I am afraid, and, like the feather pillow, bears the marks of the last person who has sat on him."

Douglas Haig
(06/19/1861 – 01/29/1928)
Scottish military

"The richer your friends, the more they will cost you."

Elisabeth Marbury
(06/19/1856 – 01/22/1933)
US literary and theatrical agent ("Manners: A handbook of social customs")

"If you can't answer a man's argument, all is not lost; you can still call him vile names."

Elbert Hubbard
(06/19/1856 – 05/07/1915)
US writer ("A Message to Garcia")

"The anvil is not afraid of the hammer."

Charles H. Spurgeon
(06/19/1834 – 01/31/1892)
English clergy ("Wordless Book")
aye, but the skull is rightfully afraid

"Man is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness from which he emerges and the infinity in which he is engulfed."

Blaise Pascal
(06/19/1623 – 08/19/1662)
French mathematician ("Pensées (Thoughts)")

"The patient is not likely to recover who makes the doctor his heir."

Thomas Fuller
(06/19/1608 – 08/16/1661)
English writer ("Worthies of England")

"Somebody said to me, 'But the Beatles were anti-materialistic.' That's a huge myth. John and I literally used to sit down and say, 'Now, let's write a swimming pool.'"

Sir Paul McCartney
(06/18/1942 – )
English musician (Beatles, Wings) ("Yesterday")

"No good movie is too long and no bad movie is short enough."

Roger Ebert
(06/18/1942 – 04/04/2013)
US writer, critic ("The Great Movies")

"When I was a kid, I used to imagine animals running under my bed. I told my dad, and he solved the problem quickly. He cut the legs off the bed."

Lou Brock
(06/18/1939 – 09/06/2020)
US baseball player

"Dreams say what they mean, but they don't say it in daytime language."

Gail Godwin
(06/18/1937 – )
US writer ("A Mother and Two Daughters")

"In the carriages of the past you can't go anywhere."

Maxim Gorky
(03/28/1868 – 06/18/1936)
Russian writer ("Children of the Sun")

"One of the soundest rules to remember when making forecasts in the field of economics is that whatever is to happen is happening already."

Sylvia Porter
(06/18/1913 – 06/05/1991)
US economist ("How to Live Within Your Income")
seems reasonable

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