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Ask a Juggalo: Where do you see the Juggalos in the next 20 years? 

Q: Where do you see the Juggalos in the next 20 years?

A: You know, honestly, right where we're at and right where we'll always be — until the end of time. That's the coolest thing, we're going nowhere, and the wicked clowns will never, never die: It'll go on and on and on and on forever. The Juggalos in 20 years will be right where they've always been. We'll be here and we'll be loud and we'll be proud. And you can look at all the advancements in the last 25 plus years of Psychopathic's history: It's just amazing in itself that they have been around for 25 years and they've never slowed down. If anything they are driving turbocharged red Vipers at full speed ahead. Or they're not even driving cars anymore; they've got like a star destroyer from Star Wars that they're floating around in now. That's how far they've taken it.

In 20 years from now? We'll have the Death Star. And there's just as many rebels as there are the imperials in the Juggalo community. Believe me. There's the good, the bad, and the ugly, and we're going nowhere. It's going to carry on and on and on. And that's only because it's something that can't be stopped. I can't wait to be a senior citizen banging the shit out of some ICP, no doubt about it. Lord knows what kind of format we'll be playing it on at that point.

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