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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!

November 23

on November 23, 2013
The image of British actor William Henry Pratt...

The image of British actor William Henry Pratt pka, Boris Karloff (November 23, 1887–February 2, 1969) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Franklin Pierce – 1804 – 14th President of the United States

“Frequently the more trifling the subject, the more animated and protracted the discussion.”

Boris Karloff – 1887 – Actor (William Henry Pratt)

“The monster was the best friend I ever had.”

Harpo Marx – 1888 – Comedian (Adolph Arthur Marx)

“I was the same kind of father as I was a harpist – I played by ear.”

Robert Towne – 1934 – Actor

“One of the reasons for going back into the past is that it’s almost the only place that there’s any drama.”

Joe Eszterhas – 1944 – Writer

“Cigarettes are not a part of human behavior, they are a habit.”

Charles Schumer – 1950 – Politician

“Inaction is perhaps the greatest mistake of all.”

Bruce Hornsby – 1954 – Musician

“I’m a kid for a living:  I get to play the piano for a living.”

Steven Brust – 1955 – Author

English: Photograph of Harpo Marx playing the ...

English: Photograph of Harpo Marx playing the harpo. Vandamm Studio. Courtesy of the New York Public Library Digital Collection. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“A young man without ambition is an old man waiting to be.”

Steve Harvey – 1956 – Actor

“Failure is a great teacher, and I think when you make mistakes and you recover from them and you treat them as valuable learning experiences, then you’ve got something to share.”

Maxwell Caulfield – 1959 – Actor

“There isn’t a single business where anybody feels secure.”

Steve Alford – 1964 – Coach

“Fans will come if you have a good product.”

Chris Hardwick – 1971 – Comedian

“A big company is like trying to steer a luxury liner.”

Miley Cyrus – 1992 – Singer (Hope Destiny Cyrus)

“My mom is always telling me it takes a long time to get to the top, but a short time to get to the bottom.”


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