ITT: Historical figures that reminds us of ourselves
That feeling when you are fighting a losing war, but you can't just stop and you keep fighting and waiting for a miracle to happen.
For me it's De Sade- intelligent,nihilistic and with a wicked sense of humor
a peasant levied as infantry fodder into an army that will die and never be remembered
I suspect I might be the reincarnation of Red Skelton because I was behaving exactly like him and making his same types of jokes and mannerisms 2 decades before I even knew who he was, let alone saw one of his movies or routines. Incidentally he was my late grandpa's favorite comedian; self-deprecating, warm-hearted, and with a clownish sense of humor.
Literally me. Props to anyone who manages to figure out who he is.
Had all the tools for a successful life.
And yet somehow I managed to fuck it all up.
Intelligent, nihilistic and with a wicked sense of humor.
>there are people posting in this thread that are not memeing when they post their favorite intelligent nihilistic wicked sense of humor self inserts they read a wiki page about
>Man, I'm so much better than everyone else and boy will I let them know
a bit of critique of that sculptor.
1st. Any historical persona might be shown at any age. Old age of Timur not better opinion.
2st. By skeleton impossible know form of eye, hairiness and form of eyebrow.
So that bust is pure fantasy.
In case you not have a lot of pictures of natives onto an area in exact time of history, you can't know real popular eye form, and even if you know a popular eye form, into history questions about blood of kings very huge difficult.
Any face reconstruction from bones is fantasy fiction, because for example, trauma into childhood can did influence to form of nose and also look nearer to this >>612991 a sculptor did lips of negro, even picture of XV century look not same, so that sculptural reconstruction is fucking fiction, so the sculptor may suck a cock of the king and fuck off.
>1st. what if bypass the earnest and do the rest?
Why people show George Washington at middle age, but show Timur as old man?
>2st. eye forms the area of region, not the eyebrow hair.
In some cultures, in case of mourning people cut off eyebrow hair and after that eyebrows hairs grow thick. So even eyebrows hairs reconstruction for sculpture is a difficult question.
I can't really think of one but I held my friend while he was dying, so i guess this works.
Doing something I don't enjoy for reasons I don't really care about. I know I'm not happy, but I also know it's what I have to do. At the end of it, I just have to push my emotions to the side and get on the with life everyday until I die.
>Aged 50, Dexter wrote a book about himself – A Pickle for the Knowing Ones or Plain Truth in a Homespun Dress – in which he also complained about politicians, the clergy and his wife. The book contained 8,847 words and 33,864 letters, but no punctuation and its capitalization seemed random. At first, he handed his book out for free, but it became popular and was reprinted for sale eight times. In the second edition, Dexter added an extra page which consisted of 13 lines of punctuation marks with the instructions that readers could distribute them as they pleased.
I was entirely convinced this guy was simply the luckiest moron, but now I suspect he was a master troll.
>In the second edition, Dexter added an extra page which consisted of 13 lines of punctuation marks with the instructions that readers could distribute them as they pleased.
The absolute madman
Coincidentally, I'm SO literally a South Dakotan state deputy predatory animal inspector.