Donatien-Alphonse-Francois, Comte de Sade "All universal moral principles are idle fancies."

Marquis de Sade
(06/02/1740 – 12/02/1814)
French writer ("Justine, or The Misfortunes of Virtue")
"Time is at once the most valuable, and the most perishable, of all our possessions."

John Randolph
(06/02/1773 – 05/24/1833)
US congressman (VA)
Thomas Hardy "Some folk want their luck buttered."

Thomas Hardy
(06/02/1840 – 01/11/1928)
English writer ("Far from the Madding Crowd")
John Hope "We have sat on the river bank and caught catfish with pin hooks. The time has come to harpoon a whale."

John Hope
(06/02/1868 – 02/22/1936)
US educator
Edwin Alfred Teale "Those who wish to pet and baby wild animals 'love' them. But those who respect their natures and wish to let them live normal lives, love them more."

Edwin Way Teale
(06/02/1899 – 10/18/1980)
US writer, naturalist ("The American Seasons")
János Weissmüller "The director sent for me for Tarzan. I climbed the tree and walked out on a limb. The next day I was told I was an actor."

Johnny Weissmuller
(06/02/1904 – 01/20/1984)
Austro-Hungarian swimmer, actor ("Tarzan the Ape Man")
(was married to Lupe Velez)
Timothy Thomas Fortune "Mental inertia is death."

T. Thomas Fortune
(10/03/1856 – 06/02/1928)
US writer ("Black and White: Land, Labor, and Politics in the South")
Charlie Watts "Rock and roll has probably given more than it's taken."

Charlie Watts
(06/02/1941 – )
English drummer (Rolling Stones)
Marvin Hamlisch "I have always thought of music as a highway with many lanes."

Marvin Hamlisch
(06/02/1944 – 08/06/2012)
US composer) ("Sophie's Choice")
Jon Peters "We won't make a sequel, but we may well make a second episode."

Jon Peters
(06/02/1945 – )
US hairdresser/director ("Rain Man") , on "Batman (1989)"
(married to Pamela Anderson, was married to Lesley Ann Warren; LTR with Barbra Streisand)
Jerry Mathers "Our generation is the first to have grown up with TV. I'm one of the first kids that they watched grow up on television."

Jerry Mathers
(06/02/1948 – )
US actor ("Leave it to Beaver")
Emile-Auguste Chartier "It is the sea herself who fashions the boats, choosing those which function and destroying the others."

Emile Chartier
(03/03/1868 – 06/02/1951)
French writer ("Mars, or The Truth about War")
"Let's tell young people the best books are yet to be written; the best painting, the best government, the best of everything is yet to be done by them."

John Erskine
(10/05/1879 – 06/02/1951)
US educator, writer, musician ("The Moral Obligation to Be Intelligent")
Dana Carvey "I'm thirty years old but I read at the thirty-four-year-old level."

Dana Carvey
(06/02/1955 – )
US comic actor (SNL) ("The Road to Wellville")
"Never moon a werewolf."

Mike Binder
(06/02/1958 – )
US director ("The Sex Monster")
Lydia Koch "I'm not in the entertainment field, I'm in the confrontation field."

Lydia Lunch
(06/02/1959 – )
US singer, performance artist ("Death Valley '69")
George S. Kaufman Press agent: "How do I get our leading lady's name in your newspaper?"
George S. Kaufman: "Shoot her."
(11/16/1889 – 06/02/1961)
US writer ("You Can't Take It with You")
(affair with Mary Astor)
Vita Sackville-West "I have come to the conclusion after many years of sometimes sad experience, that you cannot come to any conclusion at all."

Vita Sackville-West
(03/09/1892 – 06/02/1962)
English writer ("The Land")
(was married to Harold Nicolson; mother with him of Nigel Nicolson)
"It is both a pointless and a churlish thing to praise the old days at the expense of the new, though there are a number of things a man might reasonably have preferred to commercial television and the hydrogen bomb."

A. A. Thomson
(04/07/1894 – 06/02/1968)
English writer
Nikki Cox "I'm a McDonald's girl; several times a week. Usually the two-cheeseburger combo meal. And I'm a nail-biter. If I didn't have fake nails, my fingers would be bloody stumps."

Nikki Cox
(06/02/1978 – )
US actor ("Nikki")
(was married to Jay Mohr; was engaged to Bob Goldthwait)
Andrés Segovia Torres "The piano is a monster that screams when you touch its teeth."

Andres Segovia
(02/21/1893 – 06/02/1987)
Spanish guitarist
Reginald Carey Harrison "I'm now at the age where I've got to prove that I'm just as good as I never was."

Rex Harrison
(03/05/1908 – 06/02/1990)
English actor ("My Fair Lady")
"My colleagues, they study artificial intelligence; me, I study natural stupidity."

Amos Tversky
(03/16/1937 – 06/02/1996)
Israeli-US cognitive psychologist ("Tversky intelligence test")
"Curiosity is the very basis of education and if you tell me that curiosity killed the cat, I say only the cat died nobly."

Arnold Edinborough
(08/02/1922 – 06/02/2006)
Canadian writer
Ellas Otha Bates "Don't let your mouth write a check that your tail can't cash."

Bo Diddley
(12/30/1928 – 06/02/2008)
US singer, songwriter ("Road Runner")