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MDosque Thanks so much for that Emu - I liked Saturday more than most people but I was also in the pit and Page was grinning directly at me the whole time (I swear it wasn't the hot college chicks next to me!!). Still, I thought Trey particularly was playing great. But Sunday, bloody Sunday, wow. After doing the lot scene all day Saturday and being the family man I am, I made a last second call to do Sunday dad-style like an old man. Left my house in DC at 6:15, parked at the mall, scored my lawn ticket on the way in, waltzed up to the center lawn and met the crew just as First Tube fires up. Oh yes. Shirt off, dancing like a sweaty fool up there all night to that funk. The crowd was much more into it than Saturday and grooving as one. Great, stellar vibes. I am still in the post show "it was awesome" mindset, but I'm pretty sure it was awesome. Funky dance fest on that muddy slope up there all night. Just got out of my first meeting of the morning and I was smirking like the Cheshire cat the whole time. Hilarious. No one knows what I was doing 12 hours ago! HA! I KNOW something they don't. Great show and I also have gratitude for what I experienced this weekend. The band is having fun, interacting with each other and the crowd and bringing the heat. Peace out and on with Monday in the real world - but seriously, I'll be smiling all day.

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