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He Was Miserable, Homeless and Addicted to Pot. What Happened Next at a Phish Concert Will Amaze You

phish-fan<National Report>Davis McMillan was an ordinary young man. Born to a middle class family in Blaine, Minnesota, he had a strong Christian upbringing and went on to attend Wayne State University.

Somewhere along the line, however, things just spun out of control. He became addicted to drugs and started failing his classes. After his sophomore year, he decided to quit school to follow a cult music group around the country.

The tweets below recount his many months immersed in a nightmarish world of sex, drugs and the cultural underworld. They also pinpoint the incredible moment when Davis realized the true damage his life choices could cause to the ones he loved most. Ultimately, this is in an incredible story of rebirth and hope with a guest appearance by one of America’s most famous politicians!

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15 Responses to "He Was Miserable, Homeless and Addicted to Pot. What Happened Next at a Phish Concert Will Amaze You"

  1. Fluffhead says:

    Guess the moral of your article is if you listen to a little Phish you will ruin your life? Got it.

  2. Heisenberg says:

    His life was certainly spiraling down a vacuum before he found Christ.

  3. The Super says:

    His life was certainly spiraling down a vacuum before he found Christ.

    I think there’s an echo in here.

  4. Christian Patriot says:

    I think we’ve just found our next candidate for President of these here United States! Stay tuned to your televisions and computer monitors. The Revolution to Restore American for Yeshua the Messiah has just begun!

  5. Pat Dabney says:

    Davis McMillan
    Blaine, MN
    Summer 2013

    SET 1: fail at life>fail at being a wook>fail at life (living w/ parents theme)

    E: saved*

    * ft Hack Politician and the See Christ Players

  6. Jacques says:

    This is the most readicculus thing I have ever read, ever!! This entire piece, including the string of tweets, is obviously manufactured by Michele Bachmann and her crew (probably most under 25) of political nitwits!!!! Is there no end to how low this woman will stoop?!?! Bad Bachmann, bad!

  7. Tarzan says:

    Me think him do good thing.Tarzan no like phish.

  8. Penny says:

    NATIONAL REPORT: THIS IS GARBAGE –
    Music doesn’t ruin lives, individuals ruin their own lives… There is no significant proof or evidence to support this article… There is no scientific proof or even an iota of credibility to this article, it is based off tweets??? #Dr. Stephenson Billings should be ashamed of this article and utterly embarrassed to have his name attached to it! Investigative journalist… I don’t think he did any investigating… Furthermore, maybe he should stick to collecting soda bottles and entertaining children as “investigative journalism” is not working for him!

  9. OTIS says:

    This is as fake as a 3$ bill. What pinhead came up with this? I’m guessing someone in Bachman’s camp. Addicted to pot? Haha. I smoked everyday for a year, then quit for six months. Guess what? No withdrawal whatsoever. Try quitting coffee or cigs cold turkey and see what happens.

  10. Sack Attack says:

    GAAAAAAAAAY

    RON PAUL 2012!

  11. Zeke Gobfitz says:

    Cool story,Bro!

  12. These twitterings hurt my melon, also give me a headache. When will people learn that drugs are bad?

  13. Phish suckks says:

    Phish fucking sucks and is for burnt out losers. There’s a lot better music out there then phish and you don’t need acid to make to pretend it sounds good.

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