hmmm
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=04Uuarao5hM&feature=related

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIKkMtFFYcM&a=GxdCwVVULXepGM3kRkOIGz1yD9kHjKWs&list=ML&playnext=1

SUCKER PUNCH!
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www.traileraddict.com/trailer/sucker-punch/comic-con-trailer


NOW THIS IS GOING TO BE BAD ASS! CANT WAIT

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGbRpdCRwt0&feature=related

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sharp is the devils grip piercing the soul
 incessantly thy bidding is done aching release
 with punishing fury enduring forever fist pound at the gate
 admonished is the heart felled deep into nothingness


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HELL YA, BABY

Writer's Block: Walkin' the line
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Do you prefer being the good cop or the bad cop?

what the hell? I thought the cops were good and criminals were the bad guys?

Writer's Block: Please don't call it a comeback
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Which famous or infamous historical person would you bring back to life, and why?

Albert Einstein obviously and preferebly as a young man so he would have the advantage of using all of our modern technology for a good while to advance us even further. Maybe he could help design a hyperdrive, teleportation and antigravity and some other interesting things we could right about now. We need our next big thing to propel us into the future. we need something.....

Writer's Block: Planet friendly
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How concerned are you about global warming? Do you believe it's possible to reverse the climate trend?

Humans are a earthly parasite like termites to wood no matter what we do it wont matter the sun is going to burn us up in a few million years, science has shown this already, (watch nova) best we can hope for is to a develop a hyperdrive system and start exploring our universe, there is life out there somewhere in those billions of stars, hopefully there friendly

SO LONG DIO RIP
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Ronnie James Dio:

Biography

 
 
 
 
Ronnie James Dio
Born: Jul 10, 1949 in Portsmouth, NH
Styles: Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
Biography
Although his trademark tales of "dungeons and dragons" may have single-handedly inspired Spinal Tap (more specifically, Tap's overblown epic "Stonehenge"), Ronnie James Dio is unquestionably one of heavy metal's most talented and instantly identifiable vocalists. Born Ronald James Pardovana in Portsmouth, NH, on July 10, 1942, the young Dio started his music career at an early age, playing bass and trumpet for a local band called the Vegas Kings. The band changed names over the years, until the late '60s when the group became the Electric Elves, specializing in rock and folk sounds. By the dawn of the '70s, their name was shortened to simply Elf (with Dio focusing on lead vocals full-time, and changing his name to Ronnie James Dio) and a record deal came their way, with ex-Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover producing. After several releases failed to chart, Elf met ex-Deep Purple guitarist Ritchie Blackmore through Glover, who had just left the Purple and was looking to form a new project. Shortly after their initial meeting, Blackmore invited most of Elf to join his new outfit, Rainbow.

While Blackmore's original musical plan for Rainbow was to get back to basics (the complete opposite of what the rock dinosaur Deep Purple had become toward the end), the new group ended up sounded more or less like Purple -- in fact, a more apparent prog rock edge was added. Such hit albums as 1975's Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, 1976's Rainbow Rising, 1977's On Stage, and 1978's Long Live Rock 'n' Roll helped introduce Dio to the heavy metal masses worldwide, but when Blackmore made it clear that Rainbow were his band, Dio jumped ship. Shortly thereafter, Dio received word that Ozzy Osbourne had left Black Sabbath, and a tryout was arranged. Dio got the gig immediately (penning most of the Sab classic "Children of the Sea" at their initial jam session), and helped Sabbath break out of their creative and commercial slump, resulting in such metal classics as 1980's Heaven and Hell and 1981's Mob Rules. With Sabbath enjoying their greatest success in years, Dio shocked the metal world by leaving what appeared to be a promising union after the spotty Live Evil release appeared in 1982.

Fed up with the "singer for hire" tag that was bestowed upon him by many, Dio set out to form his very first solo project, called simply Dio. Similar in style to his previous bands but with a slightly more commercial edge, Dio's first two solo albums, 1983's Holy Diver and 1984's Last in Line, racked up platinum sales -- making the band an arena headliner in its own right (complete with a highly theatrical and prop-heavy stage show). In 1985, Dio also found time to lead a heavy metal version of Band Aid/U.S.A. for Africa called Hear N' Aid, which saw an all-star group of metallists performing a Dio-penned song, "Stars," with all the funds of the single and album of the same name going to fight starvation in Africa. Although Dio couldn't sustain their initial commercial success, they remained a consistent metal attraction. In the early '90s, Ronnie mended his differences with his old Sabbath mates, and found himself fronting the band once again for an album, 1992's Dehumanizer, and subsequent tour. Predictably, the reunion didn't last long, and he returned back to solo work, resulting in such albums as 1996's Angry Machines, 2000's Magica, and 2002's Killing the Dragon. ~ Greg Prato, All Music Guide



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