Insane Clown Posse

Juggalos on Writing

“It’s a lifestyle, it ain’t only a music choice.”

“Do what you gotta do, don’t gotta hate on people because they’re different.”

“I do whatever the fuck I want and don’t give two fucking shits.”

“I am fucked up on E and vodka.”

“I got fucked up.”

“It was a fucking spectacle and shit and I don’t give a fuck because it was righteous.”

“I can cook like a motherfucker.”

“I’m a happy motherfucker living life day to day.”

“Most people think I’m on drugs because I’m always happy.”

“It’s a puzzle and each and everyone of us is an integral piece.”

“It actually really burns, I’m not going to lie.”

“Keep it trippy. Legalize everything.”

“The gathering don’t stop. You do.”

“It’s the greatest.”

“I’m still fucking here.”

“Life is something special that you can only have one time. Enjoy the shit out of it.”

“We have alcohol and we’ve got explosives.”

“We just drank a little bit. Probably get all stoned, smoke some hash and fucking chill, do it all again the next day.”

“All of us have jobs.”

“Being a juggalo does not mean you’re not fit for society,”

“I’m insane. I like to stab people, know what I mean?”

“I’m showing my titties to everyone.”

“Why am I a juggalo? Because that’s who I am. That’s how I was born.”

‘There is no bigatory in juggaloism.”

“True life is inside your soul.”


Craft Notes / 21 Comments
September 30th, 2011 / 7:04 pm

Playing connect-the-dots with two dots just gets you a straight line


Most of the work in this world completely sucks balls and the only reward most people get for their work is just barely enough money to survive, if that. The 95% of people out there who spend all day long shoveling the dogshit of life for subsistence wages are basically keeping things running just well enough so that David Brooks, me and the rest of that lucky 5% of mostly college-educated yuppies can live embarrassingly rewarding and interesting lives in which society throws gobs of money at us for pushing ideas around on paper (frequently, not even good ideas) and taking mutual-admiration-society business lunches in London and Paris and Las Vegas with our overpaid peers.

Matt Taibbi, responding to David Brooks’s claim that “for the first time in human history, rich people work longer hours than middle class or poor people.



Music & Web Hype / 36 Comments
April 14th, 2010 / 11:45 am