@_rrot_ said:What about a Mike's Groove that spans two years, let alone just a set? How does that factor in? I suppose it needs no graph: Mike's Song, Gamehendge Time Phactory> Auld Lang Syne> Weekapaug Groove.Wtf is that graph telling me?I had trouble with this graph as well. Without thinking about it at all and without having any knowledge of how these types of graphs work I suppose it does a decent job of making fun of the song.
There have been more SetI II Alaskas than Set I Alaskas because the green circle is bigger... And... Some Alaskas, the good Alaskas, are the ones that are at once in set I AND in set II??
I missed those ones, which I'm a bit bummed about. Are AUDs to be found?
The size of the circles are irrelevant, as is the size of the overlap. I suppose what the graph is saying is that no version of the song would not be a set-killer as it is impossible for a song to exist in both sets. Unless they start it at the end of the first set and stop it halfway thru and then complete it when they come back out for set 2?
Or maybe it is like Schr�dinger's song? It exists in both sets at all times until you actually hear the show?
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