@pureguava said:Yes, that unfortunately makes sense. I have heard about this sad reality and even heard some gnarly stories about friends encroaching on the turf of tweaked out rail-riders.Thanks for the review. Always appreciated.
That said, how about that photo (2nd one down) by Rene Huemer???!!! I’m loving the intimate, living room Phish!
Its a neat photo for sure, but the sad reality is that the only reason there is so much space in that photo (and therefore such a unique look to the space and feel of the shot) is due the nasty culture of the front section these days.
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