|2018-07-24||2018-07-24: Posted a review on 2018-07-22 (George, WA, USA)||9|
|2015-08-28||2015-08-28: Commented on the blog, Phish Festival Power Rankings||4|
|2015-08-15||2015-08-15: Posted a review on 2015-08-14 (Raleigh, NC, USA)||2|
|2015-06-30||2015-06-30: Posted a review on 2015-06-27 (Santa Clara, CA, USA)||1|
|2014-10-30||2014-10-30: Commented on the blog, BGCA 3 Recap: All About that Base(ball)||3|
|2014-08-15||2014-08-15: Commented on the blog, Coventry: Ten Years Later||2|
|2014-07-16||2014-07-16: Commented on the blog, CMAC Recap: Art of Lakes and Light||11|
|2014-06-16||2014-06-16: Commented on the story Stream The New Album, "Fuego," On NPR||2|
|2013-09-24||2013-09-24: Commented on the blog, Phishing Poll Thursday, vol. 3||0|
|2013-09-02||2013-09-02: Posted a review on 2013-09-01 (Commerce City, CO, USA)||8|
|2013-09-01||2013-09-01: Posted a review on 2013-08-31 (Commerce City, CO, USA)||16|
|2013-07-31||2013-07-31: Posted a review on 2013-07-30 (Stateline, NV, USA)||4|
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