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I have accepted that internet dating is now the norm – everyone does it. Back when I was dating, it was still a bit of a taboo, and it was definitely something where you put your absolute best and most calculate foot forward, since social media was still in its infancy and

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In a weird way, Juggalos are the new punks. What I mean is that the Juggalo culture – their appearance, their music, their behaviour – is as incomprehensible and offensive to mainstream culture today as punk rockers were in the late 70s and early 80s. As far as I know,

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A few years ago, Sean Dunne came out with his masterpiece of modern day Americana, American Juggalo, a documentary that captured the Juggalo event of the year, The Gathering. This documentary has stayed with me in a way few others have – the confidence to be an outcast, the rampant

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Waves Crashing Piano Chords, the, gasp, Juggalo power-electronics oddity, is a bit of a polarizing figure. Either people love him and his feedback driven, sex-crazed loco noise, or they decry him as a basic, artless, show-crasher. Both camps make fun of him for being a Juggalo. I for one, couldn’t care less

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Culture is a funny thing. It is constantly created and re-created all around us, and it takes a seriously open mind to try and understand what draws people to group together around a set of ideals and practices that are so far from your own. For example, the American Juggalo.

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