Showing posts from September, 2010

Villiage Voice Article On ICP Fans Against Juggalos

A little while after GOTJ '10, Camille Dodero of the Village Voice contacted me and wanted to ask me a few questions about this site and what it means. What I sent her was a long response answering all of her questions. When I saw that this site was only featured by name on the final article covering GOTJ '10, it didn't surprise me. However, I was very surprised to see this earlier this afternoon:

It's an article, by her, entitled The Human Behind ICP Fans Against Juggalos Speaks. And, I assume, I am listed under "Juggalo Of The Day". It features all of the answers I have given (something I was actually planning on posting up here). It also features one of this site's latest videos: The South, The Rich, and The Insane Clown Posse.

In an author's note, when she asked the Insane Clown Posse if they had ever heard of this site, they said no. Not a real shocker there.…

Search Story: Juggalo Research

Or watch it here:

I created one of those "Search Stories" on YouTube for this site. Mostly because one needed to be made about juggalos that was not totally insulting, but not dick riding either. Also because the music under "Horror" is actually pretty nice. Check it out.

Video: The South, The Rich and The Insane Clown Posse

We recently uploaded a new video onto YouTube. Instead of writing a huge article this time, I thought it would be a better fit to make a video.

Or watch it here:

I will let the video speak for itself. It's a must-watch for anyone claiming to be a juggalo.

...So Much For "Family"

This is tragic. I found this within the posts of Juggalo News.

the shit i described above i actually used for myself during the toxic terror tour (which was sold out) i bought a "ticket" off a scalper and got taken. when the "juggalos" at the back of the line could give a fuck less. i chased him alone through the back streets of downtown columbus (ohio) where he met up with 2 of his budys and one of them pulled a gun on me. in which case i let off and let them take my shit. i later reported it to a cop (on horse back) and the cop escorted me in to the show

If you see someone getting robbed, or even see someone get conned, why would you just sit back and watch? Whether or not they were a juggalo? That's just plain rude.

Not to mention that the ones ignoring were "juggalos".

Like the title says, so much for "juggalo family".

But, if you are a juggalo who really does believe that "family" exists inside of this whole scene, then you…

Halls of Illusions - Uncensored Fix/Natural Voices Videos

This right here is not about juggalos, but it's something that's pissed me off nonetheless. And I'm surprised I didn't write anything about it here sooner, because this is from about three months ago.

My personal favorite music video from the Insane Clown Posse is Halls of Illusions. And for years, I've believed they have needed another one (despite the fact that we'll never see another like it again). On Youtube, they have a clear version of the video. Only, it's clean. The uncensored versions seem to be all the same video: poor condition, off-sync and cut abruptly in the end. Given my A/V editing experience, I decided to upload a corrected version onto Youtube: the uncensored version cut (and properly synced) to the censored version of the video. And it fit perfectly.

For added flavor, I decided to upload another version of the video. It's the same video, but the music's pitched is fine-tuned to make Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope sound like …

Law & Order

Earlier in March, NBC aired an episode of Law & Order inspired by the case of Richard Samuel "Syko Sam" McCroskey. In it, generic horrorcore fans were called “juggalos”, with juggalos being cited as "losers who sit in front of their computers". KidCrusher and Vern Schillinger made guest appearances.

Detectives watching A Dirty Fuckin' Murder by KidCrusher (portrayed in this episode as "Axis of Death")
It is needless to say that the juggalo response was incredibly negative, with juggalos arguing that they're all about family, that ICP has a kind message, and blah blah blah. It's an event that's aftermath portrayed juggalo hypocrisy perfectly.

Go up to any self-proclaimed “juggalo” and ask what being a juggalo means to them. Most times, they’ll say that it means being someone who loves their family and doesn’t give a fuck. They don’t give a fuck, yet they are quick to verbally backlash at haters that bash ICP. This Law & Order e…