Ronnie James Dio's dead

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PostMon May 17, 2010 12:25 am » by Ricokc


Thank you for the music Ronnie.

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PostMon May 17, 2010 12:28 am » by Armaita


No you talking down on someone for (what you think he is)
So we should all bid farewell for you then when youre gone, thats oke then..?

(Cant belive i respond to this.......)




Yes, I understand it can be a shock when the people you look up to turn out to be not quite what you think. A simple google search will shed some light on Mr. Dio for you.
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PostMon May 17, 2010 12:30 am » by Imanujela


armaita wrote:
imanujela wrote:
armaita wrote:Yes, let's all bid farewell to a Satanist.


What? You obviously know NOTHING about the Metal subculture, so until you know something about Metal, STFU! It's not such a bad thing that you called him that, it's just that you are just so ignorant it pisses me off! :hell:

Let me guess... you listen to country? :badair:



It's interesting that you take offense to it because Ronnie James Dio was quite open about being a Satanist. He wouldn't take it as a criticism. I recommend you do some research so you won't be so reactive.


He wasn't a satanist, he didn't practice any religion at all.

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PostMon May 17, 2010 12:30 am » by Disinfoagent007


R.I.P.

Thx for all the great music :flop:
quality over quantity

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PostMon May 17, 2010 12:37 am » by nm156


One of the finest metal gods ever, he will be missed, he was born in my neck of the woods and his carrer predated all the rest in metal, 1958 first lp song "lover" by Ronnie James and the Red Caps. He was a great live preformer I saw him 8 times he always had the best band money could buy. I always wondered how such a tiny man could have such a tutonic voice. RIP Ronnie you'll be missed but never forgotten, and enjoy the heavenly hash.
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PostMon May 17, 2010 12:42 am » by Anuki


armaita wrote:
No you talking down on someone for (what you think he is)
So we should all bid farewell for you then when youre gone, thats oke then..?

(Cant belive i respond to this.......)




Yes, I understand it can be a shock when the people you look up to turn out to be not quite what you think. A simple google search will shed some light on Mr. Dio for you.


Well, you're the one who shocked me today.....
anyway, we (you and i) made our point, or whatever...
we dont agree, so a discusion is useless...

Peace... ;)

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PostMon May 17, 2010 12:54 am » by Knurrebusk


Meet my old friend, he would be proud to be called a satanist, but he is a very much better person then me.

Do not judge, Jesus had a message, you will hurt yourself.
My Grandmother was a top IQ score today, but she failed like you.

Do never feel superiour, and let evil get into your soul.

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PostMon May 17, 2010 12:59 am » by Knurrebusk


She still rule my life, I feel so sorry for the missed life she had.
I found Care, a comfort for here soul I think, but not earthshattering like she wanted.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o22eIJDtKho

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PostMon May 17, 2010 1:03 am » by Anuki


knurrebusk wrote:Meet my old friend, he would be proud to be called a satanist, but he is a very much better person then me.

Do not judge, Jesus had a message, you will hurt yourself.
My Grandmother was a top IQ score today, but she failed like you.

Do never feel superiour, and let evil get into your soul.


:flop:

Its just that we react on emotion (= ego)
and not by heart.

EGO:

What is the ego? It has been defined in many ways. In the following definitions, we are examining the ego as our identity in the human realm; later we will explore our other "identities" -- the Self, the soul, and our archetypal fields -- for which many of these definitions would also apply.

The ego is our identity. It is who we believe ourselves to be. It is our reference point, and our "home" in the world.
The ego is individuality. As our identity, it sets us apart from our people's identities. To provide our sense of being separate from other people and from the world in general, the ego creates "ego boundaries"; in that separateness, our ego distinguishes itself as being unique.
The ego is a center of consciousness. It is an "eye" from which we look at the world.
The ego is an executive. It makes decisions. It implements our will.
The ego is an organizer. It makes a distinction between the inner world and the outer world, and it notes our perceptions from both. Then, by conceptualizing, labeling, and organizing those perceptions, it tries to make sense of them, and it files them in various contexts, where we can make considerations regarding their "value," potential threat or benefit, etc.
The ego is an interface. Just as our physical body is an interface with the physical world, the ego is an interface primarily with the human world of society and individuals. The interface has both an inflow and an outflow:
Outflow. The ego is a transformer and interpreter, transmitting ideas from soul into the world of people, in a form which is understandable and appropriate to those people.
Inflow. The ego translates incoming information from the human world such that our daily experiences are comprehensible and meaningful and educational to the Self or soul.
The ego is a mediator.
It mediates in our inner world. It strives to resolve conflicts among the other parts of the psyche, including the unconscious mind, subpersonalities, and so on. (In Freudian psychology, it is the arbitrator between the id and the superego.)
It mediates between this inner world and the outer world of people and circumstances.
The ego is a symbol. It is a collection of images and thoughts and conceptual models that represents us to ourselves. As a symbol, the ego associates itself with other symbols, such as those of prestige, success, power, and pride; for example, if we value prosperity, we might acquire an expensive car not because we need it but because it represents prosperity. (However, in this example, the desire results from a damaged self-esteem which is trying to compensate for its lack of sense of internal richness by collecting costly possessions; the ego requires only a functional vehicle for utilitarian purposes.) The ego seeks fulfillment in the symbolic goods that it acquires, and it seeks immortality through the symbolic goods that it produces. The ego does not experience anything directly; it is in a sterile world of concepts and symbols, and it can only interpret the experiences and input from such sources as the body, the senses, the feelings, the Self or soul, and so on.
The ego is a pattern. It is our continuity; the ego says, "I am this type of person." This continuity gives the ego a sense of security and stability, but it is an ungrounded sense, because there is actually constant change. The continuity is sustained through various means:
Our memories (which are somewhat constant, because they refer to events which are frozen in history, and because we are unconsciously selective in remembering occurrences which support our concepts about ourselves). However, "reality" actually exists in the constantly changing world of present events.
Our self-image (which is relatively stable, because it is based on static ideas rather than on our ever-changing feelings and thoughts). However, "reality" actually exists in our constantly changing world of thoughts and feelings and other personal events.
Our habits (which suggest, through their repetitiveness, that we are indeed a particular kind of person). However, "reality" actually exists in our constantly changing world of our current actions.
The ego is a sentry. It analyzes situations as threatening or beneficial, largely on the basis of the possible impact to its images of us, but also to the resources which allow it to operate in the human world. Thus it reacts to insults, damage to its symbols, and challenges to its circumstances and habits (physical or mental). Contrarily, threats to the body are managed largely by instinct, such as the fight-or-flight impulse; for example, if we are being mugged by an armed robber who wants our money, the ego needs to be monitored because its archetypal field might contain elements which would cause us to be less concerned with the body's well-being than with the indignity which is being inflicted, and thus those elements could lead us to lash out with words or actions which would antagonize the robber and cause him or her to hurt us instead of simply taking our money.
The ego is an archetypal constellation. I don't believe that it is an archetype; instead, I believe that it is a constellation which is composed of particular elements from within every archetype. For example, we might identify ourselves as a husband and a computer programmer; thus, the ego includes elements from what we might call our Spouse archetype and our Servant (i.e., employee) archetype.


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PostMon May 17, 2010 1:06 am » by Knurrebusk


She was a music lover, a multitalent.
Needed my love Care to understand her bitterness.

She is all my talent mixed with a little man my grandfather, and a giant father of my mother.'
Never underestimate Humans, even satanists ok!


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