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He was writing about a suit of armor while tripping on acid. Thought it was gonna come alive and kill his ass.


was this while they were staying in crowley's house?






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from wikipedia:

Butler wrote the lyrics as the story of a man who time travels into the future, and sees the apocalypse. In the process of returning to the present, he is turned into steel by a magnetic field. He is rendered mute, unable verbally to warn people of his time of the impending destruction. His attempts to communicate are ignored and mocked. This causes Iron Man to become angry, and have his revenge on mankind, causing the destruction seen in his vision






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A man time travels to the future and sees that one person has killed everyone else in the world. He goes back to the time he came from to warn everybody. Nobody believes so he kills everyone, becoming the person he was going to warn them about.





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Rejection. Sucks.

He kills the people he once saved.

they shouldn't have fricked him over.

Henry Rollins on the virtues of Black Sabbath - Click

It's funny. Pay attention to the audio, the video is bs. He touches on Iron Man.







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Black Sabbath saved his life





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