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jwelsh8 Nice piece, @icculus. There are benefits to zeroing in on the positive, just as there are benefits in stepping back and looking at the whole. Micro and macro.

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I watched with a buddy from the comfort of a movie theater in South Philly. We all went to the Camden show, but didn't make the trek north. That was a hell of an experience. Just incredible. I specifically remember FEFY and how I got extremely teary during it. What a surreal show. Great write up - thank you so much for that. I'll be listening today and tomorrow.
Did the same thing, although my brother and I only watched Saturday, as we drove back to Pittsburgh on Sunday. My sister was at Penn at the time, and we had a good "last show" together at Camden. We needed at least that . . .

Saturday, though, watching on that big movie screen. It was rough (I can't compare to the experience of those who attended), to the point that I wasn't terribly disappointed we were driving for Sunday's screening. My sister, though, she stuck it out.

(We made good use of the bottomless drinks and popcorn, to the point that my brother left between the second and third sets to buy some sort of fruit from a nearby gas station.) is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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