does everyone feel better now that they've passed some judgment for the day.
m'kay. Carry on now.
You sound like a typically insular modern asshole. You should probably just stay home if a hug from a familiar person makes your vagina this sandy.....Oh! And could you please move to a place where the people are comparatively uptight and ugly? Comparative to you, I mean.
god, the only thing worse than a lame I, Anonymous is the stream of bigger losers who can't wait to critique the I, Anonymous each week.
I'm lookin at YOU, Mick Finn.
"Yeah, in Portland, people just seem to walk around naked all the time and take drugs and smash beer bottles against walls. It's all a part of life here."
Oregometry, please re read the article. Reading comprehension failure.
"the crowd cheers as if the band were just hours away from extinction. Listening to the roar of voices and watching the multitudes still streaming into the amphitheater behind me, you would think these people will never get another opportunity to see Phish again."
The "author" seems to find the level of excitement among the fans unnecessary or over the top. He seems to be just another one of those drones with a dead soul, never participating, always spectating. Whether or not he gets Phish, he certainly doesn't get much light.
I feel bad for you, mang.
Matthew Vallono attends a PHISH PARKING LOT
By the way, You are clearly making the bit up about the tye dye. There was hardly any tye dye there. I noticed that myself when i saw a person in a tye dye and thought, "wow, that must be a cop." This aspect of your stereotype is as out dated as the old hippies you say you were consorting with.
Admit it, you didn't really go to the show. You probably spent the weekend doing blow and trying to fit into successively smaller $300 dollar jeans and ladies T shirts.
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