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An Oral History Of The Insane Clown Posse

An Oral History Of The Insane Clown Posse

Holy crap guys. The Insane Clown Posse are actually insane meme has hit the mainstream, as the New York Times has an entertaining story that serves as an oral history of the Insane Clown Posse's last few months, which has found them as unlikely Internet celebrities/jokes.

 

Here's a sample:

III. Miracles The video for “Miracles,” a song from the Insane Clown Posse album “Bang! Pow! Boom!” (Psychopathic Records), in which the band celebrates the wonderment of everyday life in occasionally profane style, was released on April 6.

 

VIOLENT J When we’re talking to the Juggalos, it’s not always about chop-chop, kill-’em-up, you know? I guess some of it might come from having kids over the last five years, looking at everything from that perspective. I mean, a rainbow can be explained. But who doesn’t say, “Wow, look at the rainbow?”

 

SHAGGY 2 DOPE If Celine Dion would have come out with that song, people would have been, like, “Oh, that’s a beautiful song.” But because it’s coming out of our mouths, all of a sudden, we’re retards.

 

SHAGGY 2 DOPE Come on, man. The North and South Pole makes a rock magnetic, and if you touch a piece of metal with it, that becomes magnetic? That’s crazy.

 

VIOLENT J I grew up in Detroit. We don’t have pelicans on every corner. We don’t have giraffes walking down the street. I’d rather be the dumbed-down guy appreciating everything than the guy who knows everything and doesn’t appreciate [anything].

Go here to read more awesomeness. The Juggalos are probably so happy right now. But part of that may be that they just got off probation. 

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dude's obsession with magnetic fields really confuses me..

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