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Who Shares Your Day and What Did They Say? This is a collection of thought-provoking quotations for each day of the year by people who share YOUR birthday!

February 15

on February 15, 2013
Susan B. Anthony spoke at every convention fro...

Susan B. Anthony spoke at every convention from 1852 onward, and served as president in 1858. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Susan B. Anthony – 1820 – Women’s Rights Leader

“Woman must not depend upon the protection of man, but must be taught to protect herself.”

Alfred North Whitehead – 1861 – Mathematician

“Almost all new ideas have a certain aspect of foolishness when they are first produced.”

John Barrymore – 1882 – Actor

“I’ve read some of your modern free verse and wonder who set it free.”

Cesar Romero – 1907 – Actor

“I’m satisfied to go in at the bottom – that’s the best way to learn what things are all about.”

Harvey Korman – 1927 – Actor

“Funny is when you’re serious.”

Claire Bloom – 1931 – Actress

“I had a burning ambition.  Otherwise, I wouldn’t have accomplished it.”

Graham Kennedy – 1934 – Entertainer

“I never, absolutely never, keep people waiting.”

Roger B. Chaffee – 1935 – Astronaut

“Problems look mighty small from 150 miles up.”

Jane Seymour – 1951 – Actress

Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour (Photo credit: Alan Light)

“You cannot do everything at once, so find people you trust to help you.  And don’t be afraid to say no.”

Melissa Manchester – 1951 – Musician

“I left because I could no longer make records that sounded less and less like me.  I tried to please people instead of believing in my own strength, until the only thing I could do was walk away.”

Matt Groening – 1954 – Cartoonist

“Basically, everything I try to do is to present an alternative to what somebody else is doing.”

Chris Farley – 1964 – Comedian

“In the land of skunks he who has half a nose is king.”

Alex Borstein – 1971 – Actress

“I got my degree in rhetoric.”

Brandon Boyd – 1976 – Musician

“Big Brother is watching … look busy.”


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