Most intimidating fans
"From keystone-cop clowns shooting unarmed citizens, to racist clowns burning down Islamic centers or clowns in the NSA spying on us through our cell phones and laptops, America has turned into something far more terrifying than Insane Clown Posse’s Dark Carnival," Violent J wrote in his Time editorial.
The article comes after "killer clowns" have been spotted – and occasionally apprehended – everywhere from South Carolina and upstate New York to college campuses like Penn State and Belmont."Rolling Stone called the rash of reports a 'hoax' in a recent article that also pointed out that way back in 1981, when me and my partner in rhyme and best friend Shaggy 2 Dope were in grade school, there were reports of so-called 'phantom clowns' supposedly driving around in vans, harassing kids, and in some reports, wielding weapons like machetes," Violent J wrote.
This piece of fan’s decision to buy the backpack is just how authentic it looks in comparison to the in-game Traveler’s Shield.
From this perspective, the bag definitely feels the part, and wearers may feel the need to go out and recreate their own version of one of the best open world games of all time in real life.
Its effect has worked, with Sheriff FC losing just eight home games in total in the 15 years it has spent at the ground.
And then they convince both players and opposing fans that they are going to stab them with a screwdriver, which is a very real threat, because at any given time, 93% of Oakland-Alameda County Stadium attendees have a rap sheet that includes at least one conviction for stabbing someone with a screwdriver.
is no different, with a recent example of must-have loot from the game being a backpack that is designed to look like Link’s shield.
The backpack itself, which is specifically designed after the Traveler’s Shield, is being sold by Think Geek, and is currently available for .99.
"Despite the many reports, police could not confirm one incident of this wave of sightings and not a single 'phantom clown' was ever arrested."Cut to 2016.
Everyone once again is seeing so-called 'killer clowns' everywhere—popping out of bushes, threatening people on social media and assorted other public pranks.