"President Lincoln in his White House office, 1864"
The ticking heard from Abraham Lincoln’s pocket watch as he sits at his desk and plays with it is the actual ticking sound from the watch he carried in his pocket. An audio engineer went to the museum in Kentucky where the watch is kept to get sound bites from it.
im running for student council
I’d vote for you
thank you, citizen
hope you don’t die the same way
thank you, valued supporter
Lincoln may not actually be a great idea for student council, given how much executive power he felt he could wield, so you may actually be BETTER than Lincoln at that!
It’s the 50th anniversary of the 1964 New York World’s Fair! Walt Disney and the imagineers were an integral part of the most popular pavilions at the Fair. Here Walt is explaining the production of Great Moments with Mr. Lincoln for the State of Illinois Pavilion at the Fair. Walt was a huge admirer of President Lincoln, and this was a personal passion of his. These GIFs are taken from Disneyland Goes to the World’s Fair (1964).
megaman fucking dies as a patriot.