Phish.net staff what possesses you to have the raw audacity to question, let alone contort what "true" meaning a song has-in when the writer has TOLD you what is means? Below is your "update" to Plasma from last night:Do you need me to call you a helpline, drop a 1-800 improvement hotline, point you in the direction of another corner of the internet? You going to be alright? You enjoy the show?
“Plasma” is apparently a conversation of sorts (perhaps between Tom Marshall and Scott Hermann) with one voice taking the view that people don’t change despite their best efforts, and the other expressing a belief in personal evolution. Maybe. Really, though, close examination of the lyrics is a secondary concern here. What “Plasma” is really about is an insanely catchy guitar lick (or horn line, depending on the era of TAB) that often serves as a starting point for some outstanding jams. Think of it as TAB’s “Seven Below” in that respect.
In classic narcissistic, tone deaf, living in denial and enabling all the worst behaviors mocked by Trey and Company last night, Phish.net goes beyond any standard of decency. YOU are the problem Phish.net, YOU Mike wants to Fuck in the Face, then Trey is going to set Fire to you. You are the actual HOLE from Night 10.
READ THE FUCKING BOOK or just shut the fuck up already. You can silence me by tearing down my posts all day long. That's fine. When opinions to far-left radicals, and far right hate groups as well are challenged the usual tactics of suppression are deployed by MOCKingbird...how deliciously ironic the name you choose...as it's you the BUTT of "2017 Phish Eviscerates Couch Douche Tour Haters; Setlists deemed moot; Phish.net in deep, deep denial wipes Trey & Mke's Cream off Collective Faces after being F'ed."
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