George Horace Lorimer "Education is about the only thing lying around loose in the world, and it's about the only thing a fellow can have as much of as he's willing to haul away."

George Lorimer
(10/06/1867 – 10/22/1937)
US editor (Saturday Evening Post)
Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris "I prefer drawing to talking. Drawing is faster, and allows less room for lies."

Le Corbusier
(10/06/1887 – 08/27/1965)
Swiss architect
Alfred, Lord Tennyson "A louse in the locks of literature."

Alfred, Lord Tennyson
(08/06/1809 – 10/06/1892)
English writer , on critic J. Churton Collins
"We do not judge great art. It judges us."

Caroline Gordon
(10/06/1895 – 04/11/1981)
US writer
Jane Alice Peters "Relax, Georgie, I'm just making my collar and cuffs match."

Carole Lombard
(10/06/1908 – 01/16/1942)
US actor (was married to William Powell, Clark Gable) , when George Raft discovered her applying peroxide to her pubic hair
Fannie Lou Townsend "I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired."

Fannie Lou Hamer
(10/06/1917 – 03/14/1977)
US activist
Shana Ager "The sad truth is that excellence makes people nervous."

Shana Alexander
(10/06/1925 – 06/23/2005)
US writer
Britt-Marie Eklund "He was so mean it hurt him to go to the bathroom."

Britt Ekland
(10/06/1942 – )
Swedish actor , on living with Rod Stewart (was married to Peter Sellers)
Will Kellogg "Dollars have never been known to produce character, and character will never be produced by money."

Will Kellogg
(04/07/1860 – 10/06/1951)
US cereal giant
Bernard Berenson "Consistency requires you to be as ignorant today as you were a year ago."

Bernard Berenson
(06/26/1865 – 10/06/1959)
Lithuanian-US art critic
Elisabeth Shue "I may be the girl next door, but you wouldn't want to live next to me."

Elisabeth Shue
(10/06/1963 – )
US actor
Walter Hagen "Make the hard ones look easy and the easy ones look hard."

Walter Hagen
(12/21/1892 – 10/06/1969)
US golfer
Elizabeth Bishop "The iceberg cuts its facets from within
Like jewelry from a grave."

Elizabeth Bishop
(02/08/1911 – 10/06/1979)
US writer
Ruth Elizabeth Davis "Old age is no place for sissies."

Bette Davis
(04/05/1908 – 10/06/1989)
US actor
Ralph Duren May "So, are we like best friends now that you've seen what's in my freezer?"

Ralphie May
(02/17/1972 – 10/06/2017)
US comic
Peter Edward Baker "In 1968, I was driving from Los Angeles to San Francisco in a Shelby Cobra with three gorgeous young birds. Suddenly, the radio program was interrupted to report that I'd just been found in my hotel room dead from an overdose."

Ginger Baker
(08/19/1939 – 10/06/2019)
English drummer (Cream, Blind Faith, etc.)
Edward Lodewijk Van Halen "It's always a Catch-22 situation. They hate you if you're the same, and they hate you if you're different."

Eddie Van Halen
(01/26/1955 – 10/06/2020)
Dutch guitarist (Van Halen) (was married to Valerie Bertinelli; also see David Lee Roth, Sammy Hagar)