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Alphanumeric616

Kingston, PA

#171 Oct 27, 2010
Yeah, it's kind of absurd that adults would take part in these bogus groups. Like, JokersSmile, who attaches more meaning to being a juggalo than the name "juggalo" even implies. And this of course makes him feel self-important enough to merit other people's attention through his appearance. Why betray your intentions to strangers? And why can't you "free thinking" juggalos have confidence in yourselves enough to take credit for your own thoughts, rather than saying "This is what being a JUGGALO means to me"? Just be yourselves. Your beliefs should be entirely your own, rather than a justification for belonging to a shitty group of people.
Shadow

Grove City, OH

#172 Oct 29, 2010
troy luginbill wrote:
Krazy K
2. A Juggalo commits a crime. It isn't even a bad crime, it is simply some small felony. The community says Juggalos are a gang and are bad. The juggalo family rises up on forums and screams "that guy is not a juggalo he is a juggaho!". "Why are you all hating us?", "You people don't know shit, we is a family.", "I would kill for my family, and lots of bad people deserve to die. Why? Cause ICP said so." Then....what? Nothing. You do nothing other than go listen to ICP, sulk, drink faygo, smoke a little weed, go to a concert and sulk some more because people don't understand you. Nothing positive has been done to offset the negative representation of your family to outside communities. So the next time someone says "Juggalos suck", everyone in the room says yes. Why? Not because you all are bad people that WILL commit a crime. But YOU ARE all people that obviously do not care about the victims of crime. YOU do nothing to help. And in our society, that is just as bad as committing a crime because it is condoning a crime. Thus in everyones mind you are accessories to crime and are criminals. If you want to change our minds then go do something other than sulk, listen to music and drink pop.
Why should I care if some moron kills someone? Sure it's a tragity but what can I do? As long as it's not too close to me or isn't against my fam or religion, I don't give a f*&k.
you haters don't derserve it but I'll do it anyways:)o( Blessed be.
Alphanumeric616

Hazleton, PA

#173 Dec 21, 2010
Regarding Joker's Smile and his views on violence and those who agree with him, what are your views on animal rights? Veganism, vegetarianism? Where does this fall in, based off of your value system? I am a vegan, and killing an animal invokes a stronger reaction in me than killing a human. The only way I find it justifiable is if you actually happen to be so desperate for food and clothing that you have no choice but to be a part of nature and hunt, or if the animal actually attacks you and you need to defend yourself. Otherwise, it's wrong. There is no justification. Compassion for all life needs to be taught at a young age.

And so I am very interested in listening to what you have to say on this subject. It doesn't necessarily have to do with the juggalo way of thinking. I'm really just curious about your own personal opinion regarding this matter. So if I can get a reply, thank you.

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#174 Dec 22, 2010
Alphanumeric616 wrote:
Regarding Joker's Smile and his views on violence and those who agree with him, what are your views on animal rights? Veganism, vegetarianism? Where does this fall in, based off of your value system? I am a vegan, and killing an animal invokes a stronger reaction in me than killing a human. The only way I find it justifiable is if you actually happen to be so desperate for food and clothing that you have no choice but to be a part of nature and hunt, or if the animal actually attacks you and you need to defend yourself. Otherwise, it's wrong. There is no justification. Compassion for all life needs to be taught at a young age.
And so I am very interested in listening to what you have to say on this subject. It doesn't necessarily have to do with the juggalo way of thinking. I'm really just curious about your own personal opinion regarding this matter. So if I can get a reply, thank you.
you wont get a reply from him. he is long gone as far as i can tell. as for vegans? well if it works for you but its not my bag. lets be honest with ourselves though most animals are raised to be eaten. is it right? who knows. i personally dont see the difference between killing an animal and a plant. both are alive and procreate so that kinda kills that delusion. the only difference as far as humans can tell is that animals feel emotion and pain, but how do we know that plants dont?
watz udk wh dis is

Penn Run, PA

#175 Jan 3, 2011
I thought that this topic was about juggalo/lette's?

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#176 Jan 3, 2011
watz udk wh dis is wrote:
I thought that this topic was about juggalo/lette's?
lol it sort of was, but not really. JH is a joke and should be paid no mind.
Alphanumeric616

Kingston, PA

#178 Jun 21, 2011
Each of you are interesting and have a certain mindset, great and wonderful personalities and intellect. Maybe these personalities are characteristic of "juggalos." However, by becoming a juggalo consciously your freedom was restricted and your sense of self has been ruined. You never used to be so stubborn. You were bullied into this group by people who envied your innocence or simply had never given any of you a chance to refine your talents. You are good people who were never given the chance to succeed. The school system failed you, you were bullied and abused and neglected. Now many of you suppress who you really are.

Mainstream society's disapproval made you react pridefully (which is a normal reaction when people feel threatened and feel the need to protect something) and therefore what otherwise may have even been something you could have simply chosen for yourselves like you believe you've done has actually become a restrictive way of life many of you were forcibly tricked into. The good news is that the real self never completely faded away.

You are not different. You have the same rights as anyone else, regardless of what anyone tells you. See, if someone does or says something to another person, generally the other person retaliates. The other person can easily say, "Well, I think YOU'RE--such and such" and they don't end up believing what their enemies tell them because they have plenty of people in their lives that support them and can speak up for them. But your enemies saw you by yourselves and made you into victims. You were each too innocent to retaliate against them, or to even know the sinister nature of people. They saw something in you that they envied, and felt threatened. The problem was that there were too many of them and only one of you, and they plotted to bring you down. The school system is entirely at fault, and anyone else without a conscious.

You all have enemies. Very real enemies who are waiting to destroy you. They knew you were innocent and couldn't defend yourself, and many injustices have been committed against you. Thankfully, you are strong. You have overcome much adversity. To get where you are now you did what most people could never do. Unfortunately, too many other people will fall victim to the enemies, and many of them will never make it. Many will turn to a life of crime or commit suicide, or simply never reach their potential, if they have no one on their behalf to defend them.
Alphanumeric616

Kingston, PA

#179 Jun 21, 2011
What we need to do is fight these enemies. We need to fight and we need to succeed. I too am a victim. The students themselves were allowed to physically and mentally abuse me. The psychiatrists labelled me autistic. The administration told me I wasn't welcome to learn with the other students. They took my rights to a proper education away from me. I was placed on meds for "psychosis" that I didn't even have and now I suffer the effects. They tried to take my spirit, my identity, and they stunted my growth as a person. I've been treated as though I am defective, as though I am like a radio that won't work. Before I left public school I had TSS workers following me around school like babysitters in a program for troubled youth called Type 50. I had a speech impediment. I used to be impulsive and act out because I was hurting inside and needed attention. After a while I just wanted to be innocent and tried hard to just focus on school work yet students were always encouraging me to do degrading things that got me into serious trouble while they all got off scot-free. All I can say now is that I am confused. And yet I refuse to give up. Sometimes suicide seems like a tempting option. I lost my confidence. I often feel like a loser. But slowly I am trying to recover and take back my identity.

I dress and wear makeup or face paint in a way that the mainstream regards as "outlandish." I have been doing this for approximately 8 years so far and I understand the desire to do this. However, I am not a juggalo and I never knew juggalos existed for much of the time I've worn my style. I have on quite a few occasions been referred to as "gothic" though I don't think the persons doing the labelling ever had any clue as to its meaning. I've seen goths around when I attended my old school and I've done plenty of research on the subculture. However, my look has always been more "extreme" than those at my school, plus they never accepted me anyway.

In the past I have posted comments, trying to illicit some sort of critical reply, hoping it would help with my own insecurities. I wanted you all to challenge me, to prove me wrong. That's why I keep coming back. You are all good people. There's nothing any of you can't do. If you can say with confidence that you own yourself, then you own the world. If you are different from your enemies, well, clearly you can say that they are different from you.

Since: Jun 09

Location hidden

#181 Jun 21, 2011
Alphanumeric616 wrote:
What we need to do is fight these enemies. We need to fight and we need to succeed. I too am a victim. The students themselves were allowed to physically and mentally abuse me. The psychiatrists labelled me autistic. The administration told me I wasn't welcome to learn with the other students. They took my rights to a proper education away from me. I was placed on meds for "psychosis" that I didn't even have and now I suffer the effects. They tried to take my spirit, my identity, and they stunted my growth as a person. I've been treated as though I am defective, as though I am like a radio that won't work. Before I left public school I had TSS workers following me around school like babysitters in a program for troubled youth called Type 50. I had a speech impediment. I used to be impulsive and act out because I was hurting inside and needed attention. After a while I just wanted to be innocent and tried hard to just focus on school work yet students were always encouraging me to do degrading things that got me into serious trouble while they all got off scot-free. All I can say now is that I am confused. And yet I refuse to give up. Sometimes suicide seems like a tempting option. I lost my confidence. I often feel like a loser. But slowly I am trying to recover and take back my identity.
I dress and wear makeup or face paint in a way that the mainstream regards as "outlandish." I have been doing this for approximately 8 years so far and I understand the desire to do this. However, I am not a juggalo and I never knew juggalos existed for much of the time I've worn my style. I have on quite a few occasions been referred to as "gothic" though I don't think the persons doing the labelling ever had any clue as to its meaning. I've seen goths around when I attended my old school and I've done plenty of research on the subculture. However, my look has always been more "extreme" than those at my school, plus they never accepted me anyway.
In the past I have posted comments, trying to illicit some sort of critical reply, hoping it would help with my own insecurities. I wanted you all to challenge me, to prove me wrong. That's why I keep coming back. You are all good people. There's nothing any of you can't do. If you can say with confidence that you own yourself, then you own the world. If you are different from your enemies, well, clearly you can say that they are different from you.
if what you say is true than I commend you for you being you and realizing who and what you are. as for being pushed into being a juggalo....well I guess its possible but not entirely true. I grew with a very strong support system and have friends that fall into many different sub-cultures, but admittedly I did face many obstacles in life but I don't use any of those as excuses. I call myself a juggalo for the simple reason that I can connect with a very large majority of the fan base and the music. I was picked on, beat down and basically left in the cold by a vast majority of society because I thought different and voiced my opinion. I grew a white kid in a predominately Black and Latino city, regardless of what anyone says that is not easy. I have met some of the best and some of the worst people while being a part of this sub-culture. I don't just blindly follow and say "oh you have an ICP shirt on you're my family". never have, never will. that would be stupid and illogical. while the music may be a starting point for a good friendship, it is not something an entire relationship can be built upon.
hammersmashedfac e

Newbury Park, CA

#185 Jan 6, 2013
How the f*ck do magnets WORK??????!!!!
wtf

Camas, WA

#186 Feb 19, 2013
juggalotus1264 wrote:
<quoted text>
you wont get a reply from him. he is long gone as far as i can tell. as for vegans? well if it works for you but its not my bag. lets be honest with ourselves though most animals are raised to be eaten. is it right? who knows. i personally dont see the difference between killing an animal and a plant. both are alive and procreate so that kinda kills that delusion. the only difference as far as humans can tell is that animals feel emotion and pain, but how do we know that plants dont?
Today I chopped up a tomato and that lil fucker screamed as I let out his guts. I didn't even put a bullet in the damn thing before I butchered him. The Apple I ate yesterday kept squirming as I was attacking him with my teeth. Don't even get me started on going out and plucking a potato right out of the ground as his family is watching.
The only time I really felt bad was when I skinned a banana alive to get to his delicious innards. THE HORROR!!! My nephew really loves eating strawberries right off our bush. He pulls them off himself. That's a sign he will probably be a mass murderer later in life.THE MADNESS THE HORROR WHEN WILL IT END. I won't even bring up weeding and trimming my yard. I know plants feel pain for sure. Boil some corn and you'll know what I mean.(DeathScreams) Not for the faint of heart.
wtf

Kirkland, WA

#187 Feb 26, 2013
Alphanumeric616 wrote:
Regarding Joker's Smile and his views on violence and those who agree with him, what are your views on animal rights? Veganism, vegetarianism? Where does this fall in, based off of your value system? I am a vegan, and killing an animal invokes a stronger reaction in me than killing a human. The only way I find it justifiable is if you actually happen to be so desperate for food and clothing that you have no choice but to be a part of nature and hunt, or if the animal actually attacks you and you need to defend yourself. Otherwise, it's wrong. There is no justification. Compassion for all life needs to be taught at a young age.
Animals over people huh? I bet colonial sanders is worse than Pol Pot to you. Killing a human is called murder killing an animal is called dinner. So someone killing a chicken
invokes a stronger reaction than someone be murdered. Compassion my ass. Some animals are meant to be ate.
Only thing a crab is good for is dipping in lemon butter :)
Hata McGee

Beaverton, OR

#188 May 2, 2013
Who be hatin on Los and lettes can get hatchet struck
Hata McGee

Beaverton, OR

#189 May 2, 2013
hammersmashedface wrote:
How the f*ck do magnets WORK??????!!!!
Don't be hatin, I don't know how they work,you don't. Nobody does it's called a miracle..........like a giraffe or dirt
Hata McGee

Beaverton, OR

#190 May 2, 2013
wtf wrote:
<quoted text>
Today I chopped up a tomato and that lil fucker screamed as I let out his guts. I didn't even put a bullet in the damn thing before I butchered him. The Apple I ate yesterday kept squirming as I was attacking him with my teeth. Don't even get me started on going out and plucking a potato right out of the ground as his family is watching.
The only time I really felt bad was when I skinned a banana alive to get to his delicious innards. THE HORROR!!! My nephew really loves eating strawberries right off our bush. He pulls them off himself. That's a sign he will probably be a mass murderer later in life.THE MADNESS THE HORROR WHEN WILL IT END. I won't even bring up weeding and trimming my yard. I know plants feel pain for sure. Boil some corn and you'll know what I mean.(DeathScreams) Not for the faint of heart.
I once heard a kiwi squeal when I cut her in half so there u r wrong.
F_U_GOP

Forest Grove, OR

#191 Jun 22, 2013
juggalotus1264 wrote:
<quoted text>
you wont get a reply from him. he is long gone as far as i can tell. as for vegans? well if it works for you but its not my bag. lets be honest with ourselves though most animals are raised to be eaten. is it right? who knows. i personally dont see the difference between killing an animal and a plant. both are alive and procreate so that kinda kills that delusion. the only difference as far as humans can tell is that animals feel emotion and pain, but how do we know that plants dont?
Lmao. Effing hilarious. My mom runs a flower shop making bouquets. She chops up plants and flowers 10 hours a day 5 days a week. She is not what you would call a person with an iron stomach. Next time she prunes her rose bushes, I'm going to ask her why she's so violent. Thanks 1264 for the laughs you made my day :-) Btw I hate mushrooms & mom drags me to the woods to pick'em. So now I have an argument to not go. I don't support mushroom picking because it's cruel and inhumane. Thanks once again jugg!
F_U_GOP

Forest Grove, OR

#192 Jun 22, 2013
Hata McGee wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't be hatin, I don't know how they work,you don't. Nobody does it's called a miracle..........like a giraffe or dirt
idk if giraffes and dirt are miracles but hey giraffes are awwweesssome
El PAYASO

Chesterfield, MO

#193 Jul 3, 2013
DAMN! its times like these i miss haters like that Blunt Smoker guy.
juggalotus 1787

Forest Grove, OR

#194 Oct 24, 2013
Yeah come at me talkin shizznit I will sttike thee down with my custom red and blue hatchet. MMFCL wicked shit all day every day
Logan

Oakland, MD

#195 Oct 28, 2013
Rachel aka ThY RiNgMaStEr wrote:
hell ya homie.... We will never die alone juggalos will carry on swing our hatchets if we muct each and everyone of us for life
you bunch of losers dont have any hatchets and probably wouldnt even know how to use one

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