I was watching a documentary in my history class and what you said is pretty much exactly what they said about texas and guns

lopapeysuparty whistled Dixie


All You Need to Know About Texas and its History, by texas resident and tumblr user inspirationalhetalia:

[spain voice] hell yes -> [native americans] oh GOD no go away white people -> [france voice] hell yes -> [native americans] WTF -> [mexico] hasta la vista spain!!!! …hellooo new mexican territories. what wealth u’ll bring me -> [native americans] excuse us we’ve BEEN here -> [texas settlers] this land is ur land? this land is MY land. -> [texas] i Rise. pls love me america -> [america voice] no -> [texas] fuck u then. i’m a strong independent nation who don’t need no man. (9 years later) oh god i fucked up i fucked up i take it all back please accept me to the union -> [america voice] i guess -> [texas] LOL JK i’m with the confederacy now. peace (yet a few more years later) sooo heeey america whatchu been up toooo -> [america voice] fiiiiIIIiiine -> [texas] (partying it up with guns and oil ever since) 


February 4, 1861: The Confederate States of America is formed.

In November of 1860, Abraham Lincoln, a one-term U.S. representative and candidate for the newly-formed Republican Party, was elected President of the United States with just under 40% of the popular vote. Rather than remain in a union whose president had won the election with a party promising “free labor, free land, free men”, seven southern slaveholding states seceded. The first was South Carolina, birthplace of John C. Calhoun and historical hotbed of states’ rights sentiment, and the last of the original seven was Texas, which seceded in February, a little over a month before Lincoln took office.

Six delegates convened in Montgomery, Alabama in the chambers of the state senate on February 4, 1861. Their first meeting marked the founding of the Confederate States of America, and in the coming months the Montgomery Convention drafted a Constitution and appointed former Secretary of War and veteran congressman Jefferson Davis president opposite the comparatively inexperienced Abraham Lincoln. In his Cornerstone Speech (March 21, 1861), the Confederate States’ vice president Alexander Stephens asserted that “our peculiar institution African slavery" was the "immediate cause of the late rupture and present revolution”. He also declared that the founding principle of the new Confederate state, for which hundreds of thousands of lives would soon be spent, should be the principle of black racial inferiority:

Our new government is founded upon exactly the opposite idea; its foundations are laid, its corner- stone rests, upon the great truth that the negro is not equal to the white man; that slavery subordination to the superior race is his natural and normal condition. This, our new government, is the first, in the history of the world, based upon this great physical, philosophical, and moral truth.


No— it’s…okay. It is a little sensitive…

…I thought you said it wasn’ sensitive. [now he’s teasing her a bit; he’ll get back to the scar in a moment]


image [Good. Good.] [Nods] Yeah!

Have you been well, then?

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                                               me  ▌≫

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No—! I just, I just don’t like being touched there.

[ Charlotte that is a damn lie and you know it. ]

You do seem awful flushed. Does it hurt, then?


image [Is really hoping that the bait wouldn’t lead to anything bad.] Well you are to me aswell, Aaron! Why not be sweet back?

[She’s his state; he wouldn’t do anything too bad, not beyond maybe embarrassing and teasing her.]

That’s good enough reason as any, I ‘pose.

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I— [ She frowns even deeper and shrugs awkwardly. ] No, I just—

Is it sensitive?

[But he’ll stop tracing it, straightening up again and stepping beside her so he can see her face]


Exploring Antietam battlefield in Maryland, the site of the bloodiest day of American history.

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image Well than I don’t flatter you dear. I tell you the truth!

[Aw, she didn’t take the bait. So she was either learning, or she saw through it; either way, he seems pleased.]

You’re so sweet to me, sugar.

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