Juggalos Vs. Maggots: The Battle Rages On

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You might not know this, but with Insane Clown Posse and Slipknot singer Corey Taylor coming to town within five days next week there is potential for unrest. Watch as these two teens discuss the feud between fanbases and who's a "fag" before trying to find common ground, all the while speaking in hilarious Kentucky accents. Someone really ought to sample that dude saying "they're still fucking wicked."

I was already planning to see ICP (read my Juggalo column here) but now I'm pretty interested in KUPD's End of Summer Scorcher too. These kids are awesome.

"They're still fucking wicked..."

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