Honestly, the best part is that he doesn't count Steve as a mortal man--- That sound was my mind blowing

Honestly, the best part is that he doesn't count Steve as a mortal man <-- Pinning for comment

Did you know that Bill Gates spent $30-million buying the Da Vinci Codex? If not, here are some more fun and random facts for your viewing enjoyment.:

Did you know that Daniel Craig does not have a stunt double? :) If not, here are some more fun and random facts for your viewing enjoyment.

If his favorite hobbies and favorite movie are any predictor down the road you'll find him at a baseball field tossing a ball with his little guy. Today meet Gutter-Soffit-Fascia Operations Manager Nate Egger! Link in bio. #WeAreWhiteCastle #team #employees #gutters #soffit #fascia #roofing #Lincoln #Omaha #GrandIsland

If his favorite hobbies and favorite movie are any predictor down the road you'll find him at a baseball field tossing a ball with his little guy. Today meet Gutter-Soffit-Fascia Operations Manager Nate Egger! Link in bio. #WeAreWhiteCastle #team #employees #gutters #soffit #fascia #roofing #Lincoln #Omaha #GrandIsland

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In celebration of the world premiere of Cecil B. DeMille's film Union Pacific which took place in Omaha on April 28 1939 a four-day celebration known as "Golden Spike Days" was held. The event in Omaha location of Union Pacific headquarters involved many parades and a variety of celebrations as well as the movie premiere. Citizens of Omaha dressed in period costumes. My grandpa J. Fred Evans was an auditor for the Union Pacific Railroad and is pictured here in period dress at the event…

In celebration of the world premiere of Cecil B. DeMille's film Union Pacific which took place in Omaha on April 28 1939 a four-day celebration known as "Golden Spike Days" was held. The event in Omaha location of Union Pacific headquarters involved many parades and a variety of celebrations as well as the movie premiere. Citizens of Omaha dressed in period costumes. My grandpa J. Fred Evans was an auditor for the Union Pacific Railroad and is pictured here in period dress at the event…

Fred Astaire: Songs From the Movies 1930s & 40s  Fred was born Frederick Austerlitz in Omaha, Nebraska on 10th May 1899. His sister Adele was the older of the two (born 18th September 1896). Both displayed a notable talent for performing, and in 1906, after training in New York, they made their debut in Keyport.  The Astaires came to London to repeat their Broadway success in 'For Goodness Sake' renamed 'Stop Flirting' for British audiences. A year later, their first Gershwin musical '...

Fred Astaire: Songs From the Movies 1930s & 40s Fred was born Frederick Austerlitz in Omaha, Nebraska on 10th May 1899. His sister Adele was the older of the two (born 18th September 1896). Both displayed a notable talent for performing, and in 1906, after training in New York, they made their debut in Keyport. The Astaires came to London to repeat their Broadway success in 'For Goodness Sake' renamed 'Stop Flirting' for British audiences. A year later, their first Gershwin musical '...

Academy Award nominee, movie and Broadway star Dorothy McGuire born in Omaha

Academy Award nominee, movie and Broadway star Dorothy McGuire born in Omaha

**>> GREAT LINK <<** The Franklin Scandal In-Depth Article - By: Nick Bryant ~ Starting with "Boys Town" the 1938 Spencer Tracy & Mickey Rooney movie ~ Really was about using boys for sex trafficking by Father Flanagan in Omaha, Nebraska ~ book 'The Franklin Cover UP' by Senator John W. DeCamp ~ Child Abuse, Satanism and Murder in Nebraska

**>> GREAT LINK <<** The Franklin Scandal In-Depth Article - By: Nick Bryant ~ Starting with "Boys Town" the 1938 Spencer Tracy & Mickey Rooney movie ~ Really was about using boys for sex trafficking by Father Flanagan in Omaha, Nebraska ~ book 'The Franklin Cover UP' by Senator John W. DeCamp ~ Child Abuse, Satanism and Murder in Nebraska

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