I was walking around at 3 AM getting ready to hike back over to our own hotel and there were fans just everywhere, people I recognize and even know in all the directions I look, and I’m like...... there is nothing like this in the world.
I go out onto the taxi/parking apron of the MGM and there is a pack of kidz with a boombox blasting what sounded like an SBD of maybe 2010 or 2011 phish, and they were all laying on the ground in front of a billion dollar building taking turns dancing and waving their Bluetooth boombox and I just stopped and stood there in the middle of them and closed my eyes and laughed and listened to the music and thanked them for doing what they were doing.
And I just couldn’t stop thinking we are so lucky, this is another golden age again, you cant make this up or imagine it at all, I love this and these people and the words run out, I wish it would never end.
I always wanted it this way
--Tony “00” Clifton
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