|2019-12-09||2019-12-09: Commented on the blog, Charleston3 Recap: PLAY WHATEVER THE F*CK YOU WANT||24|
|2019-12-09||2019-12-09: Posted a review on 2019-12-08 (North Charleston, SC, USA)||67|
|2018-07-22||2018-07-22: Posted a review on 2018-07-21 (George, WA, USA)||33|
|2015-09-05||2015-09-05: Posted a review on 2015-09-04 (Commerce City, CO, USA)||30|
|2015-08-13||2015-08-13: Posted a review on 2015-08-12 (Philadelphia, PA, USA)||44|
|2014-10-22||2014-10-22: Posted a review on 2014-10-21 (Santa Barbara, CA, USA)||5|
|2014-07-21||2014-07-21: Posted a review on 2014-07-19 (Chicago, IL, USA)||3|
|2014-07-21||2014-07-21: Posted a review on 2014-07-20 (Chicago, IL, USA)||1|
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