For Saturday night's Houston Juggalo Mini-Gathering, Rocks Off wasn't the only one on the ground taking pictures and video, soaking in the Dark Carnival vibe. Members of Rogue Improv, a comedy troupe that performs on Thursday nights upstairs at AvantGarden, asked a group of Juggalos about their culture and what it means to them.
Rogue member Amy Birkhead asked a young man by the name of Wet Black to describe the family aspect of being a Juggalo, the camaraderie of the fans of the group, and showered Faygo on another Juggalo for the cameras. Sadly someone in the crowd threw a beer bottle in the direction of the small camera crew during the shoot, with the bottle shattering onto Washington Avenue. Bad Juggalos.
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Birkhead asked Wet Black how magnets worked, and predictably he couldn't tell her. Vice Magazine in New York City went out into Union Square and found that most non-Juggalos couldn't tell you how magnets worked. Mind you these were people in the community who most would describe as learned and sophisticated.