@hoppywingsuit said:Sure guy. I’m not gonna insult you cause I don’t have to. You do it to yourself kid. You joined phish net in 2015. Lmao. Have a great life. Youngin. Maybe if you act right, you won’t miss the next all time great show so you won’t have to bitch and cry and downplay a show u missed and weakly try to insult those who were there and had a fucking blast. Karmas a bitch.@Harpua34 said:Jaded 1.0er pissed he still lives in his mom’s basement.@hoppywingsuit said:CUSTYyou people have to be joking. they sound like a bad cover band of themselves. have you ever herd 12/31/95 or big cypress? trey got neutered a few years ago. he's still trying to find the pair. get a grip people. phish has not been good in a few yearsSomebody’s jealous the missed the show of the decade and as good if not best show since 2000. You listed arguably and most likely the 2 best shows ever. No it prob wasn’t at that level but I was at big cypress and considering the age and longevity of the band and the fact it was a 2 set show, this show was really just as fulfilling in terms of blowing the roof off my highest expectations of what the show would be. It was the most satisfied I’ve ever been with a 2 set show and I’d prob say my 3rd best 2 set show I’ve ever seen outa the 81 I’ve been to dating back to Alpine 1997. I can’t put into words the experience of Sunday with the band hitting on all cylinders and playing as close to a flawless show as you can ask for these days. In this guys opinion, it was the best show of 3.0 and prob since 1.0 or the first hiatus. Don’t be bitter you missed it, be happy the band is still taking chances and playing shows like this all these years later.
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