Hi. I'm Santino.
22 years old.
Aquarius.
Rhode Island Based.
Music, Film, and Video Games.
I make posts about slow motion music, and texts posts about things I feel incomplete about.
Also, Chihuahuas
beatonna:

King Baby says No

beatonna:

King Baby says No

madhatter0:

thatfunnyblog:

ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED!?

I looked for an explanation but there wasn’t one.

madhatter0:

thatfunnyblog:

ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED!?

I looked for an explanation but there wasn’t one.

Beethoven: ARE YOU READY TO HEAR SOME SYMPHONIES?!
Audience: *cheers*
Beethoven: I CAN'T HEAR YOU!!

Ben Weinman was already someone I respected, but now that I’ve seen him make so many dad jokes, I can say he is a true american hero.

The ‘Little Punk People’ interview is killing me.

Mel Blanc is truly a hero among men.

My kid-painted Fuzzrocious Rat King came in yesterday. I am so fucking excited, guys.
Feel free to guess about what they painted on it. I think it’s a shark. Someone else, a rat. Someone else, a whale.

My kid-painted Fuzzrocious Rat King came in yesterday. I am so fucking excited, guys.

Feel free to guess about what they painted on it. I think it’s a shark. Someone else, a rat. Someone else, a whale.

thecivilwarparlor:


Thomas Issac Duvall & William Duvall- William Died Waving His Sword And Shouting “Victory”
Thomas Duvall (left) and William Duvall (right), along with brother Henderson, enlisted in Company C, 3rd Missouri Infantry on December 10, 1861, at Richmond, Missouri, after prior service in the Missouri State Guard. William was promoted to lieutenant on May 8, 1862.
The Duvalls fought at Carthage, Wilson’s Creek, Lexington, Pea Ridge, Farmington, Iuka and Corinth. On October 4, 1862, Lieutenant William Duvall was killed during the Confederate attack on Corinth, trying to plant the Confederate flag on the Union fortifications. Lieutenant Colonel Finley L. Hubbell, 3rd Missouri Infantry, recorded in his diary that William died waving his sword and shouting “Victory.”
Thomas Duvall and his brother Henderson were later killed at Champion Hill, Mississippi, on May 16, 1863.
Image Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield; WICR 30171

thecivilwarparlor:

LOL-Rita