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These electives are reaching new heights.

Mega sandwich to open, Low Spark out of 

space, close Viola.

Good Grief.

 

Praise DSO.

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Wow!  Looks like 2 second sets.  Just killer!  Long live the electives ❤️

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Thanksgiving might have already passed by but it looks like everyone got a healthy helping of soul food!

 

I'd like the chance to dance shamanically to that low spark-> LIG-> So Many Roads-> Viola

 

 

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Relentless dream setlist. Loved the first set Morning Dew palindrome, tough to select highlights, it was high energy all the way through. Someone cut loose a hearty Thanksgiving blast on the dance floor, I think it was one of the border dwellers 😱😱 Had fun dancing with everyone, nice space, great show, good company 😃

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Mason has been known to "crop dust".

 

Yes, upper balcony, only place I've ever inhabited. Some annoying NY d-bags who spend the whole show talking...but everyone has the right to spend the show how they wish. I prefer dance and holy communion 🌟

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I know the culprit...he's turned himself in but i won't reveal him unless he chooses to reveal himself...

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24 minutes ago, Mango said:

I know the culprit...he's turned himself in but i won't reveal him unless he chooses to reveal himself...

The masked marauder 👻

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I felt bad for that dude...what a waste. Took our chair stack down too...

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29 minutes ago, Mango said:

I felt bad for that dude...what a waste. Took our chair stack down too...

He moved over a little bit and gave us some more space and seemed to loosen up. I saw him taking a photo of the chair stack which I guess he texted to the boss, then attempted to take apart the stack, me and Mason helped him out a bit on the tough parts 😛

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