, attached to 2019-07-06

Review by s1177375

s1177375 IMDANO. I appreciate honesty more than anything truth is something that is lacking in this world even Trey admits that he says 50% half of what he says our lives and that’s probably not even true probably it’s more like 60 or 70% so anytime someone is completely honest in the face of low popularity I appreciate that I am the first to tell when there is a great fish show I am probably their biggest fan or at least one of their biggest fans I have been a fanatic since 2000 and I know more about them than probably anyone or at least almost as much as anyone except maybe people from Vermont didn’t listen to them since nectars and so I always tell At least the truth from my perspective of course it’s just an opinion it’s not God’s truth it’s very subjective music is not an objective or just like a painting can be crap to one person and another person can find a piece of modern Art is brilliant but this is objectively a bad show with no thought put into it and considering people had to wait in the rain I appreciate that they didn’t take a separate they care little bit but they certainly don’t really give a shit about their fans and I don’t blame them I care more about my family and anybody else and I don’t have that many close friends outside my family and close circle of friends and I do not consider phish fans my close circle of friends most of them are drug attic’s or College drop outs or live at home with their mother I went to college at and I graduated with a BA but I can’t even use it because of my criminal record I am by no means a road scholar a Harvard grad or a doctorate but I think I know what I’m talking about when it comes to good music and this was not good music there were only five good shows this whole tour and the fans pretty much got it right for some reason they ended are really really really high note but the middle of the store and and was terrible like you can skip almost every show at the end of the tour except for one night in Connecticut


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