Insane Clown Posse at Pop's (NSFW) 

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"We all don't want to go out and kill people" says one Juggalo, when asked about their reputation. Photographer Nick Schnelle hangs out in the parking lot before an Insane Clown Posse show on November 28, 2009 at Pop's.
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Mike and Jessica, a married couple, say they go to ICP shows to get away from drama of everyday life. They choose to wear face paint because "It is just fun for us to show our commitment," but mention that doing isn't for all Juggalos"
Jamie, Mickey, and Scott, a Juggalo family, say they wear the face paint because "It's taboo. People are frightened by it, so we do it for the reaction."
Felicia, Chloe, Emma, Frankie, and Patrick pose for a quick photo before heading to the show.
"F-A-M-I-L-Y!" is how this group responded when asked about what being a Juggalo means to them.
A man named Thiemo says that "It's a lot of hidden message stuff" when it comes to the lyrics of ICP's songs.
Juggalo family.
A group drinks out at their car before the show. "We all don't want to go out and kill people" one said, when asked about the reputation of Juggalos. "We're normal people and just out here to have fun."
Havok and DJ Freaky P get their pose on.
Cameron, Brad and Zach hang out in their car before the show.
"Pimpin'", right, and his friend hang out in the Pop's parking lot with their friend Borat, who apparently hasn't been to a ICP show yet. Pimpin' first heard of ICP through his friends in 1995.
Mexi and Alyssa pose for a photo before they head into Pop's.
Alisha and Jay get some greasy food to soak up the beer before the show. Jay, who is in the Army, will be going back to Afghanistan in a couple of months.
Alisha shows her appreciation for having her photo taken.
Faygo, a soft drink based out of Detroit, became popularized by ICP, and their fans, through many of their lyrics mentioning the drink.
A guy shows off his ICP sweatshirt as he waits in his van to get his tickets from a friend.
Many fans decked out their cars with Juggalo phrases and expressions.
Danielle holds up her ticket to her first ICP show.
A female fan of ICP shows off her Juggalette sweatshirt.
Brad says he's been listening to ICP since second grade, when he stole an ICP album off his brother.
A group poses in a familiar stance where they cross their arms, which is a well-known gesture among Juggalos mentioned in the ICP song "Chop Chop Slide."
Tom and Dan stand at the box office to get their tickets for the show. Tom says "I would call myself a juggalo, but the name gets twisted around. The music is just nostalgic for me."
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