Got handed a nice SQL file a few years back, one which I slip into most of my applications and one that generates quotes of the day, (or Message of the day – MOTD) there are 1462 records or about 4 years worth of quotes on there if you generate one per day. The SQL Create file for the table is zipped here => qotd
To load the quotes, simply unzip and run the query on your SQL system, this will generate the qotd table with 2 fields in it (don’t worry, nothing too rude or controversial and its only a 100KB or so)
There are several ways to use it, here is the simplest:
SELECT quote FROM qotd WHERE uid = ( TO_DAYS(NOW()) MOD (SELECT COUNT(*) FROM qotd) )
Tested only on MySQL which is sometimes a bit quirky, but Hopefully your chosen SQL system supports the above, for explanation,
ie SELECT TO_DAYS(NOW()) returned 736255 on the 19 October 2015
So the where function simply returns 736255 % 1462 and selects the quote where uid = 869, once the date gets to quote 1462 it will go back to quote 1 and keep on going. If you add more quotes it will also automatically include them.