What happened on May 6?
Awesome and revolutionary, that first version of the iMac. A thing even our wildest dreams were not able to understand at the time. Steve Jobs & his fellow apples did. And they did well.
How about this guy and dreams though: Sigmund Freud (*1856).
He surely gives many people food for thought, right? Here’s a thought: today’s psychologists make (your) money to pay for their food by analyzing the very thoughts he analyzed. This goes so deep. Let’s give him a round of thankful birthday applause, you psychos!
We have a second Wunderbar-German-speaking birthday boy today:
painter Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (*1880).
Not to make it too one-sided here, we have a tower-high landmark celebrating its opening today: the world-famous Eiffel Tower in Paris, which was opened to the public at the World Expo in 1889. Incredible. Make sure to visit it in case you haven’t yet.
Looking for tickets and accommodation in the capital of France?
Look it up on an iMac and celebrate the release of the first iMac (in 1998) in style.
Catch the best deal the way ice-hockey goalie Martin Brodeur (*1972) caught his pucks!
Talking about style, here are two let-my-heart-beat-faster gentlemen that celebrate their birthdays: Orson Welles (*1915) and Mr. Ocean-Nespresso, George Clooney (1961).
Celebrating good times feels nice, right?
Go bring your memories & new inspiration to life!
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