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mcgrupp81 No delusions that this would last long. If it did, you could have made the hint a gimme too by showing a picture of a 7-10 split. I like to think the two pins are also a shout out to the double "ll" in llama. Imagine being one of the lucky SOBs that got to go on the Europe Summer 97 tour and experience the sites during the day and the glorious sounds by night. I did a Google search, don't ask me why I just didn't stay on the site, to find the venue name for the 7/10 show and my Phish 7/10/97 search yielded a link to the 7/10/97 show on Phish.net, and directly below that link was a link to the 7/20/98 show. The Makisupa from that show was last week's MJM.

Fun with Phish Numerology:

“Llama” has been played approximately once every 5.9 shows.
Makisupa Policeman was played at 5.9% of live Phish shows.


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