@infectedferret said:The actual recap had one sentence that referenced politics and really didn't even express a point of view. You've posted like six comments litigating it. I personally think it would be wise for you to stop posting in this thread. So stop. Or you may find you can't post anywhere.Well this is officially the worst comment thread on a show review in phish.net history. Great work, everyone! Reflective of the current climate, I suppose. Blaze on. Or maybe flame on.....I personally think it would be wise to keep politics out of future Phish reviews. I respectfully disagree with your statement. The biased review is the issue here, not the commentary that followed.
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