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A Compendium of GIFs from ICP’s “Miracles”

April 19th, 2010

It would be a little more understandable for someone who grew up without a public education system and the interwebs to be as ignorant as the ICP is.

Sometimes music videos can, in fact, be too good.  A few weeks ago, the Insane Clown Posse, a ridiculous duo from inner city Detroit trailer parks who dress up like clowns while screaming their horrorcore raps [ed. note: I may have to close down this site after realizing I just typed those words], released a touching, pondering video that grasps at one’s heart as you try to fathom just how bad our education system is.

The duo strayed from their normal talks about violence to pen a fitting song about just how little they know about the world.  They even have a line warning scientists and their empirical explanations to stay away because the ICP thinks scientists lie (the ICP also are apparently against climate change scientists).  They actually name a variety of natural phenomena a no things that could even remotely be classified as “miracles.”  It’s almost as ironic as Alanis Morrisette writing a song called “Isn’t it ironic” about a series of coincidences.

The song has taken on minor viral status with features throughout the interwebs, on Attack of the Show and now on Saturday Night Live.  After the jump, I’ve linked the video for those who have been uninitiated.  Also linked are the hilarious Saturday Night Live sketch and a series of my favorite animated GIFs from the interwebs.

Warning, the video includes some bad language (mostly F-bombs) and the page load time will be pretty hearty as the animated gifs are in excess of 10 MB.  Enjoy!

The video itself is so preposterous that it has become a meme in its own right.

Although the video itself is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen, Saturday Night Live had some solid fun with the ICP on April 17th.

Anyway, on to the fantastic images.

Initially, things started showing up as just animated GIFs.

But eventually, thinks got straight up meme.

Although some interweb artistes decided to just go the more traditional route in their memory.

Undoubtly Shaggy and Violent J are two of the dumbest people in music.

Rainbows are the second most interesting thing to Shaggy...

... magnets are the most.

Many have long wondered what modern use refrigerator magnets could have. That use has now been found.

And now, for some straight up screen cap gifs.

More straight up screen cap gifs.

More straight up screen cap gifs.

More straight up screen cap gifs.

As with the video in general, magic was straight up everywhere in this post.

Special, bonus GIF I ran across.

  1. John
    November 9th, 2010 at 00:49 | #1

    ok i have no idea why theres no comments on this.

    this is hillarious..

    ive been laughing at this and showing it to friends for a week now.

    LOLZ!! GFG.

  2. John
    November 9th, 2010 at 00:49 | #2

    John :
    ok i have no idea why theres no comments on this.
    this is hillarious..
    ive been laughing at this and showing it to friends for a week now.
    LOLZ!! GFG.

    and no i didnt use spell check.

  3. admin
    November 15th, 2010 at 10:59 | #3

    @John
    Spellcheck, how does it work?!?

    Glad you enjoyed, John. It should be noted that I didn’t create the GIFs, just collected them.

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