ken rebell

  • Me: *sees an interesting character I don't know*
  • Me: yes hello who the fuck are you I need to know your name, what show you are from, your friends, enemies, lovers, height, weight, favorite ice cream flavor, social security number, ect.

A story in which Hinami gets bored so sleepy neki gets a mini makeover   (^◇^*)

I just wanted to draw something cute with Hinami ^^

Please don’t steal or remove my signature (◡‿◡✿) thank you!


The Civil War - Was It Not As In the Old Days?

Commentary By Shelby Foote

At the close of Ken Burns’ landmark documentary, The Civil War, Shelby Foote, an american historian interviewed extensively in the films, recounts the words of Barry Benson from the Army of Northern Virginia in 1880, as he reminisces about his experience in the war. Much of the accompanying footage is from a 1938 (Battle of Gettysburg 75th anniversary) Paramount Newsreel.

“In time, even death itself might be abolished; who knows but it may be given to us after this life to meet again in the old quarters, to play chess and draughts, to get up soon to answer the morning role call, to fall in at the tap of the drum for drill and dress parade, and again to hastily don our war gear while the monotonous patter of the long roll summons to battle.
"Who knows but again the old flags, ragged and torn, snapping in the wind, may face each other and flutter, pursuing and pursued, while the cries of victory fill a summer day? And after the battle, then the slain and wounded will arise, and all will meet together under the two flags, all sound and well, and there will be talking and laughter and cheers, and all will say, Did it not seem real? Was it not as in the old days?” - Barry Benson the Army of Northern Virginia

The music is Ashokan Farewell by Jay Ungar.
PBS released a HD remaster of the documentary in September 2015