Musical taste is such a funny thing. I like about two Kid Rock songs, 3 Tool songs, a handful of AC/DC, Zappa's Apostrophe, Over Night Sensation and any of his guitar-only albums like Shut Up and Play Yer Guitar, etc., tons of Beatles and on and on...but yeah none of it leaves me breathless or anything. I knew if it was the Beatles announcement that both Apple and The Beatles would be railed on all day all over the Net. And so they are. I'll bet on CNET or Endgadget it will eventually end up in a Android vs. iOS flame war no matter what...even though it isn't even related.
And, by the way, all you Philistines who don't like the Beatles--suck a couple of lemons, would ya.
"I have a theory about liking popular music. As far as I can tell, the best music is made when you're between 15 and 25. Between 25 and 35 music gets progressively worse. By the time you're older than 35, new music sucks big time. With exceptions here and there, to be sure."
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
yoyo makes me hit the dictionary on daily basis. If we get yoyo, Max, papa, and steveg all into the same thread I learn more new words and phrases in one thread than I normally learn all year. Of course it takes me ages to read the thread, always flipping back to the dictionary.
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