How Florida Juggalos from the commune Sausage Castle saved Christmas, according to Vice

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As the birthplace of Juggalism, we Michiganders are naturally interested in Juggalo-related news, such as this long read on Broadly (one of Vice's sub-sites) on "How a Juggalo commune saved Christmas" down in Florida. The piece was written by Mitchell Sunderland with excellent photos throughout by Melanie Metz. When you see that the commune is called Sausage Castle, and if you are still at work right now you are just pointing and clicking away desperately anyway, we're 99% sure you're going to read this thing right now — perhaps you will get a touch of holiday cheer, should you desire such a thing?

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