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Sucks Trey didn’t find a more ethnically diverse group of people in Rural Vermont to follow the band around.
Phish is an inclusive space for hippies of all walks of life. Condemning attitudes of social complacency falls on deaf ears because a lot of us tune into Phish to get away from this kind of rhetoric that pervades modern culture and doesn’t really offer solutions, just guilt and name calling.