Huckleby wrote:I've told you exactly what I meant. And you keep coming back with a different meaning, and persist in arguing against a strawman.
Cute. "I'm not arguing with a strawman, you are!" If that's your position, then you'd better meet me by the flag pole after school.
I keep asking you to rephrase but you just keep saying exactly the same thing you did the first time, which is that anyone who dislikes music with enduring popularity is somehow faulty. If that's not what you mean, then stop saying it and say something else. Something less obviously stupid would be nice.
Huckleby wrote:Anything on the RS list has musical value. In that sense it is "good."
Any noise ever made anywhere by anyone has musical value to somebody
. I have no idea what good or bad has to do with it. You insinuated that Neil Diamond's inclusion on the RS
list meant that I was wrong for disliking him, which is ridiculous. Since I've never denied that Diamond has talent and obviously I am aware that other people like him, your statement above is simply insipid.