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Advice for Phish phans in need of a buzz: Look for Colorado license plates

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Believe it or not, drugs are fairly common at most concerts by Phish, whose phans have been known to follow them around the country, Grateful Dead-style. And according to police in Howard County, Maryland, a couple of Coloradans were doing their best to fill the phaithful's needs this past weekend -- at least until the boys in blue harshed their vibe. During Saturday's Phish concert at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, 31 people were busted on drug-sales charges, including Jeffrey S. Tatum and Robert Kennamer Duncan, both of Fort Collins, who were reportedly peddling their wares from a white recreational vehicles sporting Colorado plates.

Presumably ones with mountains. High mountains.

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