Innocent Chicago Teen Accused Of Showcasing Gang Signs On Sticker

We live in a society full of fundamentalist and overly sensitive people who, for their own attention-seeking gain, want to see controversy in everything.

That’s exactly what happened in the case of a 15 year-old boy who entered his design in a sticker competition and won first place, which meant that it would have ended up on cars citywide. It also included a $1,000 prize.

The teen in question, Herbie Pulgar, who attends an alternative school for children with emotional and learning disabilities, says his intention was never to hide gang signs in his art.

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ICP Fans Are All Ghastly Violent Gang Members

Okay that isn’t entirely ture, but the Federal Bureau of Investigation has officially classified the Juggalos as a gang. You know, those guys you always hear about but hardly ever meet. Face-painting sadists who listen to terrible wigger music.

I only call them sadists because clowns are terrifying and the Juggalos and their leaders, Insane Clown Posse, intentionally pose as morally-corrupt circus misfits, typically with freaky white and black mime paint.

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Best Coast Gets Warriors Treatment via Drew Barrymore

The new Best Coast single “Our Deal” is getting a little help from celebrity notoriety, the LA-based 60’s girl-group inspired outfit enlisted Drew Barrymore to direct “Our Deal.”

The video features Let Me In‘s Chloë Moretz and cameos from Miranda Cosgrove, of cheesy pop fame and Alia Shawkat, who starred in Whip It with Barrymore.

Veronica aka Moretz’s love interest is played by Tyler Poser, star of MTV’s Teen Wolf, as a member of the “Day Trotter” gang and not the wolf-inspired “Night Creeper” gang. Wow he’s really branching out as an actor. Cough cough.

Watch the extended version on MTV, HERE. (It’s actually a pretty darn good song and music video, by today’s video standards anyway)

The video combines any and all gang movies of the past, such as the 1979 cult classic The Warriors and also West Side Story. Except with neon high-tops, hair extensions, Urban Outfitters threads and puka necklaces, instead of spikes, tight white shirts and leather vests.

Oh and it’s a girl in a leather jacket and a GUY in a tanktop. See how the roles have reversed since the 60’s and 70’s? Clothing exchange. Voila.