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whichdidyouthinkimean What an amazing time in NYC, by the end of the run the whole midtown area was well aware Phish w a P was not only int own but they had sold out the last 3 nights at the Garden, NYC is a showbiz town and they are impressed with these things. "If they are in the Garden they must be good" exclaimed Chris, a homeless man that slept in front of my hotel, he had a home on Long Island and it was destroyed during the storm Sandy, hes still waiting to get his insurance pay off. Everyone has a story, sometimes good, sometimes bad, on my end this story could not have been any better. By the end of the run I felt like NYC was my hometown. The people that work and live in NY are amazing, they were happy to have us (and our cash), with out them this could not happen. Thank you NYC, Phish, Phish Inc, MSG and all its great employees, NYPD, NYFD, and all my phriends and phamily. Nite 13 was special for me as it happend to be my 50th show! As they raised a Phish Bakers Dozen flag w the #13 on it I felt like I was on a winning team, with out me or you none of this would come together. I love this band, I love our scene, and I love each and everyone of you.


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