|2019-07-02||2019-07-02: Posted a review on 2019-06-30 (Camden, NJ, USA)||4|
|2016-01-06||2016-01-06: Posted a review on 2015-12-31 (New York, NY, USA)||0|
|2015-08-28||2015-08-28: Commented on the blog, Phish Festival Power Rankings||0|
|2015-08-27||2015-08-27: Commented on the blog, Phish Festival Power Rankings||7|
|2014-07-14||2014-07-14: Commented on the blog, Randall's3 Recap: Familiarity of Joy||4|
|2014-07-14||2014-07-14: Posted a review on 2014-07-13 (New York, NY, USA)||5|
|2014-07-07||2014-07-07: Posted a review on 2014-07-05 (Saratoga Springs, NY, USA)||1|
|2013-10-23||2013-10-23: Commented on the blog, Decompressing in Rochester||0|
|2013-08-03||2013-08-03: Commented on the blog, Tahoe Recap: Spontaneous Woooo!||1|
|2013-04-24||2013-04-24: Posted a review on 1998-08-03 (Noblesville, IN, USA)||0|
|2013-04-24||2013-04-24: Posted a review on 1998-07-31 (Columbus, OH, USA)||2|
|2012-08-23||2012-08-23: Commented on the blog, Kansas City Recap||1|
|2012-07-08||2012-07-08: Posted a review on 2012-07-07 (Saratoga Springs, NY, USA)||1|
|2012-07-02||2012-07-02: Posted a review on 1996-10-21 (New York, NY, USA)||0|
|2012-01-06||Posted in the forum thread How Many?||1|
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