Science For Juggalos
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." -Arthur C. Clarke
"Us Juggalos have deep imaginations, and an awesome sense of humor." -Violent J
The video Miracles has earned Insane Clown Posse many new fans and an unfair reputation as being anti-science. Insane Clown Polytechnic is trying to clarify this misconception. Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J have explained in interviews that they were promoting a positive appreciation for the natural wonders of the world. See the full explanation below.
Some people say we, the Juggalo fans of "The Insane Clown Posse", lack basic scientific understanding on subjects like fucking magnetism, light, and nature. Fortunately, us Juggalos will be outside the Warfield Theater on June 5th, 2010 to show that Juggalos understand science too.
To that end, we will be setting up a Science Fair outside the Warfield between 6pm-8pm to demonstrate several of the scientific principles which some people think confuse us.
We are not haters, we are family. We love science, we love ICP, we love the Fam, and we think that the more Juggalos who stand up as scrub for science, the less the jocks and the haters will make fun of the geeks and clowns and ninjas who really run the muthafucking world.
The original creator is a QUEER
Ohhh haha. Gotta love wikipedia.
Violent J Explains ICP's Stance On Science
JUGGALOS ARE QUEER.
We try hard to even manage we have a hint of what the fuck a magnet is.
Participate in juggalo hate! Oh look that rhymed! Woopity fuckin doo!
Juggalos can't be scientists. Awhh too fuckin bad.
The "I HATE JUGGALOS" fan page on facebook :D
Juggalos must jump people cause they can't fight one on one.
Explanations For Nature's Miracles
Every race, ethnicity, religion, etc, is better than a juggalo, except extreme militant muslims who want to bomb everything.
Awesome Acoustic Cover
Faygo soda makes us insane cause of its sugar but insane amounts of Faygo cause premature death among Ninjas so I'm thinking to do a poster about the health benefits of "less is more" when it comes to Faygo. This is possibly a risky strategy as this pop is their holy sacrament and I'm not suggesting criticizing it, only advocating judicious use of this powerful high-fructose corn syrup-based sacrament.-Parintachin
- Consider going into the metabolic breakdown of fructose. I wasn't really sold on sugar being a problem until I saw Dr. Lustig's talk, and he's got some good stuff there. The catch is that sucrose is 50% fructose, and HFCS is 55%, so it's almost as bad either way. -Laszlo 20:07, 5 June 2010 (UTC)