What does it take to be a True Rebel, and does this guy qualify?
"William H. Bonney (better known as Billy the Kid) was a 19th-century American gunman who became a frontier outlaw in the American Old West.
According to legend, he killed 21 men but it is generally believed that he killed between four and nine.
He killed his first man at 18.
Bonney, the name he used at the height of his notoriety, was 5'8" tall with blue eyes, a smooth complexion, and prominent front teeth.
He was said to be friendly and personable at times, and it's been said that he was as lithe as a cat. Contemporaries described him as a "neat" dresser who favored an "unadorned Mexican sombrero".
These qualities, along with his cunning and celebrated skill with firearms, contributed to his paradoxical image as both a notorious outlaw and beloved folk hero."
Nobody said all Rebels have to be Good Guys.
But after all, as described (and this strikes me as funny), "he was said to be friendly and personable AT TIMES"!
You take your chances with me too when I wake up, LOL!
Understandably, Rebels are frequently Loners.
Let's listen to some more about them, as I move along with Rebels, both Fictional and Real!
Here's your two-gun choice of links to draw, shoot and listen, they are both loaded with Music, at Mike Pell Rockollections: