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More reasons to ban the gathering of the juggalos 2011


The sooner this “gathering” is banned the better for all those concerned. A juggalo does not agree with this statement and now making death threats about this…..

Fuck all you haters, The Gathering is the shit. This is something Us Juggalo’s and Juggalette’s look forward to every year. You ban this and I will personally make sure that you get the biggest beat down that ever took place, I raise my hatchet high and walk proud to be a Juggalo.

MMFWCL

Juggalos might have a toy drive but they are criminals.

 

Tila Tequila at Gathering of Juggalos GOTJ


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TheBoyBlue91982 and JH Comander will attend the GOTJ


TheBoyBlue91982 a Juggalo holocaust insider spy who supply’s addresses and information on juggalos , and JH Comander a high rank member of the JH will be attending the Gathering of the Juggalos 2010.

Should Parents allow their children to listen to icp and go to the gathering of the juggalos?


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ICP’s Juggalos Riot, Punch Police Horse, Cut Clowns’ Set Short At Fan Convention
Rappers forced to flee own fans at Gathering of the Juggalos in Toledo, Ohio.

OLEDO, Ohio — At the end of their three-day-long fan festival here, the Insane Clown Posse finally met a force more powerful than the Dark Carnival, the shadowy supernatural presence that they say drives them to put on makeup and rap about killing people. That force was their own fans, who brought the Gathering of the Juggalos to a chaotic, Faygo-drenched conclusion Sunday night. Sugary mist from gallons of soda filled the air at the SeaGate Centre as hundreds of fans charged the main stage, forcing ICP’s Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope to flee — and end their set before it even reached the halfway point. As the house lights went on and police in riot gear waited just outside the building, Juggalos — as ICP fans call themselves — tore apart the carnival-themed stage set and destroyed ICP’s sound equipment.

On the concert floor, shirtless, face-painted fans chanted ICP lyrics and sprayed various flavors of Faygo on each other until the area in front of the stage became a soda swamp. ICP manager Alex Abbiss took the stage and chided fans for violating Juggalo etiquette — fans aren’t supposed to destroy the stage until the final song, he reminded them. Abbiss begged Juggalos not to tear up the city of Toledo on their way out. “If they say [you] left and rioted in Toledo, there’ll never be another gathering,” he shouted. Police continued to wait outside by a stage door — tapping riot batons against their hands — but angry fans left more or less in peace, despite cries of “bulls—,” “bulls—.” Outside, police on horseback kept order. “We’ll see you all next year at the gathering of 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada,” Abbiss said, garnering the festival’s final cheers. The mostly teenage fans at the gathering — approximately 6,600 strong, according to Psychopathic Records — spent the three days attending seminars, listening to music, watching live wrestling matches, getting free tattoos and face paint, and chanting “f— Eminem.” The event’s unwritten dress code called for black ICP T-shirts (preferably emblazoned with an obscenity), hair in brightly colored braids and, ideally, clown makeup. A surprising number of fans wore shirts and even tattoos touting Twiztid, a rap group on ICP’s label who look and sound like ICP’s Mini-Me’s. ICP’s Sunday night performance was supposed to end with the revelation of a key bit of Insane Clown Posse mythology — the “Sixth Joker’s Card.” But fans destroyed the mechanism that the rap duo would have used to reveal the card, whatever it was, according to Abbiss. “I’ve been waiting eight f—ing years to find out what that card is,” moaned Jason Gronos, a 25-year-old Juggalo from Detroit, as he wandered outside after the gathering’s end. “It’s like a big heartbreak.” Numerous Juggalos said they were disappointed with their brethren for cutting ICP’s show short, with many blaming the incident on the group’s youngest fans.

But Jay Diamond, a 26-year-old from Chattanooga, Tennessee, said he was among those who stormed the stage, and that those who did not join him were not real ICP fans. “They’re not hardcore. They’re scared,” he said. Diamond said that ICP should have figured out a way to continue their set despite the chaos. No one was seriously hurt, according to police. A Toledo police spokesperson said that officers arrested one person on Sunday for property destruction, but it was unclear when the arrest occurred. In total, police arrested about 300 juggalo over the course of the event for such crimes as disorderly conduct, vandalism and, memorably, punching a police horse, according to police Sgt. Richard Murphy. A number of rappers on ICP’s Psychopathic Records, along with roadies and hangers-on, got into a large-scale brawl at a hotel adjacent to the event on Saturday night, according to witnesses and police. Murphy said that police made arrests related to the fight, but was unable to provide details. Its ending aside, fans said that they’d had a great time at the Gathering of the Juggalos. The event began on Friday and included performances by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Vanilla Ice and Three 6 Mafia, along with numerous rappers on ICP’s label.

Last year’s inaugural gathering in Novi, Michigan, also ended with fans storming the stage, and a small riot in the parking lot. For the most part, Juggalos were peaceful during this year’s gathering. They did show a strong tendency to greet female fans (Juggalettes) with the cry, “show your t–s,” however. ICP masterminds Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope signed autographs each day, and took fans’ worshipful questions in seminars. In Saturday’s seminar, Violent J even — inexplicably — treated several hundred Juggalos to a hoarse-voiced acoustic rendition of Pearl Jam’s “Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town.” “If I had my way, every day would be a Juggalo gathering,” Violent J told
fans.

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Jh to attend GotJ2010 – Ban GotJ 2011


The juggalo gathering – gotj has run many years and there has been many problems with violent juggalos , juggalo gangs , attacks on public and drug offenses.

Should the juggalo gathering still run – gotj 2010 or should it be sent to the land of the banned?

An example of what happened in gotj 2009

* Traffic offenses

* 200 people arrested for drug offenses
* Police got called out for people having guns and knifes
* traffic accidents

* heat stroke/exhaustion
* Parents calling to check on their kids – having to collect violent children

* Information Booths Burnt Down

*15 Juggalos attacked injured , 2 seriously injured

*Rubbish left behind – large cleaning expense

Please sign our petition to ban the gathering of the juggalos here

GOTJ – Gathering of the Juggalos 2010 TICKETS ON SALE TOMMOROW 2 april 2010


How many jh – Juggalo Holocaust members will attend this year?

Gathering of the Juggalos Tickets ON SALE APRIL 2nd

The moment the doors closed on the 2009 Gathering of the Juggalos everyone was already asking what sort of plans Psychopathic Records had in store for the 2010 Gathering of the Juggalos! The event is just so fresh that people can’t wait for the next one! All that music, chaos, and family love in one spot for four big days? We can’t blame anyone for being excited!

On Friday, April 2nd tickets for the Gathering of the Juggalos will be up for sale on hatchetgear.com! It will, once again be returning to the always dope grounds of Cave-In-Rock, Illinois from Thursday, August 12th to Sunday, August 15th.

Anyone who has been to a previous Gathering at Cave-In-Rock can vouch for how off the chain this location is. It’s nothing for miles around, and no one to disturb. It’s just you, the great outdoors, and thousands of Juggalos ready to have themselves a fucking good time!<!–

While it might be too early to have any details set in stone, you know that the usual suspects of Psychopathic Records will be at the Gathering. The Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, ABK, Boondox, AMB, DJ Clay, and Mike E. Clark! You never who or what else is going to show up, but you know it’ll only be the dopest that Psychopathic Records can find!

There will be tons of huge shows going on, and lots of concerts to keep you busy. Parties will be happening every night, and all night so make sure you have enough

Faygo to keep yourself going! There will be contests, autograph signings, superstars and legends making appearances, and JCW Wrestling! The list of everything you can look forward to goes on for miles, and you know it will only get bigger as the days tick down!

So, make sure you’re ready on Friday, April 2nd to grab your tickets to the 11th Annual Gathering of the Juggalo, and we’ll see you all there!

HATCHET HERALD EXCLUSIVE: After some deep down low detective work the Hatchet Herald reporters have dug up the ticket prices for this years Gathering of the Juggalos so you can come correct on April 2nd. They are as follows:

Gathering 2010 Ticket: $150

Gathering 2010 Ticket Bundle
(5 for the price of 4):
$600

2010 Flavor Pack: $180
This Flavor Pack Includes
1 Gathering 2010 Ticket
1 Flex-Fit Ball Hat
1 T-shirt M-XXXL

2010 Flavor Pack: $185
This Flavor Pack Includes
1 Gathering 2010 Ticket
1 Flex-Fit Ball Hat
1 T-shirt XXXXXL

Gathering 2010 Big Baller Campsite: $350
Gathering 2010 Car Pass: $75
Gathering 2010 RV Pass: $100

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