Again. Happy New Year!
This is Part 2 of this monthly quote post preview, you can read Part 1 here.
16th January: born in 1933, Susan Sontag (died 28/12/2004) “The camera makes everyone a tourist in other people’s reality, and eventually in one’s own.”
17th January: Jim Carrey, Muhammad Ali, Vidal Sasson, Eartha Kitt, Anne Bronte and Benjamin Franklin were born this day.
18th January: I’m especially looking forward to marking Joanna Newsom’s birthday; it was also also actor Oliver Hardy’s birthday (born 1892, died 7/8/1957), one of his most famous sayings, “That’s another fine mess you’ve gotten me into.” is one of only two quotes listed at brainyquote.com, there must be some more…
19th January: Jenson Button is in super fine company with his birthday today, along with too many to mention…
20th January: Director David Lynch: “This whole world is wild at heart and weird on top.” Also born this day were Tom Baker, Buzz Aldrin and Slim Whitman.
21st January: Benny Hill and Telly Savalas were both very popular on TV during my early-mid-childhood…
22nd January: Lord Byron, born 1788 and Malcolm McLaren, born 1946…
23rd January: Edouard Manet, born 1832, died 30/4/1883: “I need to work to feel well.”
24th January: Jools Holland, Neil Diamond and Frederick the Great were all born this day.
25th January: author Virginia Woollf and poet Robert Burns share this birthday.
26th January: Eddie Van Halen and Paul Newman were born this day, as was the Ameriican economist John Bates Clark (1847 – 21/3/1938): “Dull would be the man who should merely tolerate this plan for social industry.”
27th January: businessman Mohammed-Al-Fayed was born today in 1929, as were Lewis Carroll (1832, died 14/1/1898) and Wolfgang Armadeus Mozart (1756, died 5/12/1791).
28th January: I’m intrigued to find a French novelist I’ve never heard of, born this day in 1873, died 1954, Sidonie Gabrielle Colette: “If I can’t have too many truffles, then I will do without truffles.” and “January, month of empty pockets! Let us endure this evil month, anxious as a theatrical producer’s forehead!”
29th January: Oprah Winfrey, Tom Selleck and Germaine Greer all share birthdays today, along with the Swedish scientist born this day in 1688, died 29/3/1772, Emanuel Swedenborg: “Without such a Life, the Word as to the letter is dead.”
30th January: Phil Collins, Vanessa Redgrave and Franklin Roosevelt share birthdays today.
31st January: I was drawn to the Japanese leader/statesmen born this day in 1543, died 1/6/1616, Tokuga Ieyasu also listed (at Brainyquote.com) as Ieyasu Tokuga under a seperate entry with the same details: “Let thy step be slow and steady, that thou stumble not.”
By the end of the month, February’s Birthday Quotes preview post should be ready to publish – please feel free to share any suggestions 🙂
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(Source info on births, deaths and quotes from brainyquote.com)