- ICP thought that Woodstock '99 was too expensive. So, they taped $100 bills to some beach balls, and threw them into the audience. Then they brought out bigger beach balls, taped $500 each onto them, and did the same thing.
- ICP organized a turkey drive around Thanksgiving in Detroit.
- Sugar Slam's Super Live Toy Drive, organized by Violent J's ex-girlfriend, Michelle Rapp (Sugar Slam). While the infomercial for the toy drive was Saturday Night Live parody fodder, the actual toy drive itself was awesome.
- Each donation with a value of $5 received a Christmas CD. (This wasn't no half-assed CD with a couple of lame songs, it was a full album of Christmas songs by several Psychopathic Records artists that you couldn't get anywhere else. For a mere $5 donation.)
- Their autobiographical song "Behind the Paint" includes a line that will bring a smile to the face of any nerd or freak who was rejected by the pretty girls for not dressing cool or being able to afford a nice car:
Violent J: Look beneath the paint, bitch. It's the scrubs who won!
- When it comes to the final tracks on the Joker's Card albums, there are some that are thoughtful like "Pass Me By" or "Nothing's Left", and some that are jokingly-dramatic like "Thy Unveiling" or "I'm Coming Home". The title track off of "Bang! Pow! Boom!", meanwhile, provides the most hyperactive rock-n-roll rap one could possibly associate with a song about a being that resembles a giant living explosion.
- Having the sheer audacity to sue the FBI itself over classing Juggalo as a gang.