@Max94 said:If I had any idea this public service announcement to the online Phish fan community would inspire a condescending response from someone purporting to "actually understand what an equinox and solstice" are, and then a reply from someone noting the start of meteorological winter, particularly given that anyone who knows anything about fall and winter in Rhode Island and New York knows it isn't "fall" there after Thanksgiving, I would never have posted it, but instead used my limited time and resources to locate the right companies in or about Commerce City, Colorado, who I could compensate to capture black-tailed prairie dogs carrying plague-carrying fleas, and maintain them in good health in captivity, and then release them into the lots of the Dunkin' Donuts Center after turkey day, on winter terr, to the great delight and amusement of all.People who actually understand what an equinox and solstice is run Phish's marketing, apparently. Fall begins on September 23, 2019 and ends on December 21, 2019. It's a Fall tour.Meteorological winter begins 12/1
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