If You’re From Nebraska, This Will Be The Best Thing You See Today. No Doubt.


“Trust me. There’s no better place on earth than Nebraska.”

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Everyone in Nebraska has a story to tell. And you’ll never meet a stranger in Nebraska.

Nebraska is the center of America, and its vital importance to America is often under appreciated. Here, we get a glimpse into the amazing people who populate the state.

The man who made this video says, “I’ve been to 200 countries and met thousands of people along the way. Trust me. There’s no better place than Nebraska.”

If you live in Nebraska, you’ll swell with pride. You may even shed a tear.


Nebraska Beautiful from Straw Hat Visuals.

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8 thoughts on “If You’re From Nebraska, This Will Be The Best Thing You See Today. No Doubt.

  1. Gorgeous video but not one Native American, not one Hispanic, not one African American; all white skin. Sad that the videographer didn’t bother to include representatives of ALL the citizens of this beautiful state.

  2. This is a wonderfully accurate representation of Nebraska. It may not represent the huge cities but look at a map of Nebraska…the vast majority of the state is rural. I agree, the Henry-Doorly is the BEST zoo, but that is not a true depiction of this state in its entirety. It is 130 acres out of a total of over 49 million acres spread across the state. This was an accurate depiction of Nebraska, not a highlight real of the few tourist locations.

  3. I grew up on a farm in Perkins County. Loved the mid-west work ethics, friendliness and nature of Nebraskans! Football, cattle, wheat, corn, more miles of rivers than any other state in the nation, Big Mac Lake, makes Nebraska stand tall! I’m proud to be a Nebraskan

  4. There are definitely beautiful scenes and people in Nebraska but mostly what you see is dying small towns and mega-farming using chemicals and genetically modified crops. The despair of dwindling towns pushes people to blame others–and FOX News fans the flames of resentment and prejudice to create a very ugly political landscape. I grew up there and remember the bigotry against Native Americans who lived nearby. Why didn’t this video show the beauty of Nebraska’s urban centers, as well? When the one reference to diversity came up, it was all about terrain. Oh yeah–and people are diverse too, but where are the photos of Somalians in Lexington and Latinos in Wahoo? White Nebraska is a thing of nostalgic erasure. Just stop!

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