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JUGGALOS, Ninjas, Faygo Freak Lovers and the wickedest of the wicked
Sex & Intimacy / 6:40 PM - Friday July 24, 2009

JUGGALOS, Ninjas, Faygo Freak Lovers and the wickedest of the wicked

Dont sit here and call us stupid or start stuff i'm just tryin to find juggalos out here to talk to.

If you dont know what a juggalo is its a fan of ICP and all the bands. Where a bunch of fans that have created a underground family to one another. Yes we dont know each other but we always have each others backs. Its hard to explain one of those you have to learn and experience it to understand it. so juggalos if you have myspace add me

www.myspace dotcom/kittyissad
www.myspace dotcom/faygofreaks

- Asked by SICDEVIL2, A Creative, Female, 26-28, Detroit, Military

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I looked up Juggalo, even though I kind of already knew what they were:

The term originated during a live performance by Insane Clown Posse. During the song "The Juggla", Bruce addressed the audience as Juggalos, and the positive response resulted in Bruce and Utsler using the word thereafter to refer to themselves and their friends, family, and fans, including other Psychopathic Records artists.[2] Juggalos have compared themselves to a family.[3][4] Common characteristics include drinking the cheap soft drink Faygo, and wearing face paint.[3] They view the lyrics of Psychopathic Records artists, which are often violent in nature, as a catharsis for aggression.[5][6] Several well known figures have identified as Juggalos. These include actor Kane Hodder,[7] professional wrestlers Kazushige Nosawa[8] and Vampiro,[9] and rappers Chuck D,[10] MURS[11] and Vanilla Ice.[12]
Insane Clown Posse and Psychopathic Records have stated that there is no true definition of a Juggalo. In a press release from Insane Clown Posse, they say "there are no requirements to being a Juggalo. We don't care if you spend a dime on merch, or if you know the words to every song. If this music touches you, and you get some positive experience from it, we would be honored to have you consider yourself a Juggalo."[13] In a 2005 interview, Joseph Utsler explained, "you could be a Juggalo and not even listen to ICP. A Juggalo is a frame of mind and what not. And I was a Juggalo before we started with ICP. [...] You don't even have to fuckin' necessarily listen to [Psychopathic Records] to be a Juggalo. Juggalos are Juggalos."[14]
[edit]The Gathering of the Juggalos

Main article: Gathering of the Juggalos
The Gathering of the Juggalos is an annual event for the Juggalo Family put on by Psychopathic Records first staged in July 2000.[15] Described by Bruce as a "Juggalo Woodstock", the Gathering of the Juggalos spans four days, and includes concerts, wrestling, games, contests, autograph sessions, and seminars with artists.[15] The 2000 Gathering featured Kottonmouth Kings, Project Born, and Vampiro, who both wrestled and performed.[15] The second Gathering of the Juggalos was held from July 13-July 15 2001 at the SeaGate Convention Centre in Toledo, Ohio.[15] The event featured the same activities as the first Gathering of the Juggalos, as well as guests such as Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Vanilla Ice, and Three 6 Mafia.[15] After 2002, the Gathering became an outdoor event, and was held at Nelson Ledges Quarry Park for a number of years. Following the 2005 Gathering, Quarry Park owner Evan Kelley stated that the grounds will no longer host the event. Kelly has said: "Psychopathic Records broke some of the rules set down for the 2005 event, including blasting music all night long", and: "Drugs, alcohol, nudity, profanity and trash also became serious problems."[16] The 2008 Gathering of the Juggalos was filmed by Psychopathic Video. The documentary, entitled A Family Underground, was released on May 12, 2009.[17][18][19]
[edit]Public perception and media coverage

Because of a connection with gang violence, some younger members of the subculture are prohibited from wearing Insane Clown Posse paraphernalia while at school. There have been numerous incidents of fans committing violent acts, though there is no independent evidence linking music with violence or crime.[20] During a recent Utah Gang Conference, law enforcers said they now classified Juggalos as a gang because of a continued pattern of criminal activity.[21] Juggalos have also been classified as a gang in Arizona.[4] Juggalos have denied any connection to gang activity.[4] Arizona police officers have stated that they do not personally believe that Juggalos are a gang.[4] As the public face of the Juggalo subculture, Psychopathic Records and Insane Clown Posse have repeatedly denounced violence within the fandom. Many of the crimes, including murders, have also been noted by Alex Abiss (Former CEO of Psychopathic Records) as being just crazy individuals finding an excuse for their actions.[22]




no. one. is. scared.


- Response by sharonpeters, A Thinker, Female, 29-35, Other Profession

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I am afraid of the posse. Hee.

- Response by dreamdancer, A Creative, Female, 36-45, Houston, Other Profession

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you are not the ones to judge a real lo for it is us who strike real fear into the heart of america leaving you all drained of energy from trying to stop us and by killing your faith that america can grow into peacefully truthful place where hope of crime and the rate of the murder and drugs will decrease but the truth is we are the future for our "gangs" and gatherings grow more and more every year so that soon the whole youth of america will turn themselves into a new race to strike fear in the eyes of all who oppose then to soon after take over to turn the "lovely" world that you now believe you live in into to a cold and dark place for those of the lotus to roam free expressing themselves in the most violent fashion you have ever seen thus producing the next step to the evolutionary chain so you say you are not afraid now but that only allow a true ninja to see deeper into your tormented life and realise it is us you fear the most and if not then soon will so go ahead deny it now but the truth is "follow our lead into the spiral ahead of your time" or face our wrath in the end (in other words get with it or D.I.E.

- Response by deucethelofromhell, A Father Figure, Male, 26-28, Science / Engineering

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i apologize about that i am new and i was sending that to the chick who said she was not scared of the lo's hope you dont take it the wrong way

- Response by deucethelofromhell, A Father Figure, Male, 26-28, Science / Engineering

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I was into them to when I was in high school......after that it all seemed kind of silly

- Response by Di0910, A Life of the Party, Female, 29-35, Dallas, Medical / Dental

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