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View Poll Results: House music, the symphony of morons?

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    I have lots of studies that show this isn't the case.
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    Yes, OP. Yes it is.

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    I read a scientific study that shows that a full 65% of wrongful arrests were committed by police officers who were listening to 'Party Rock Anthem' and dancing in their squad cars by the side of the road when they got the initial call from dispatch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    I read a scientific study that shows that a full 65% of wrongful arrests were committed by police officers who were listening to 'Party Rock Anthem' and dancing in their squad cars by the side of the road when they got the initial call from dispatch.
    Haha, make for a great video.

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    I think categorizing any type of music as 'for morons' is, well, moronic.
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    I tried to access the studies proving that house music is for morons, and I found out I no longer had access to the required electronic journals. These journals have become so exclusive they no longer have abstracts, even. Regrettably, it seems that the rich field of House Music Intelligence Studies is closed off to me. I wonder if the debate about whether or not the Capitol Steps count as House music has been resolved? It does appear to be moronic, and they do seem to have songs dealing with a particular House perhaps one containing representatives.

    Last edited by Julius_Van_Der_Beak; 07-21-2013 at 11:16 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelchairdoug View Post
    I think categorizing any type of music as 'for morons' is, well, moronic.
    Not true, maybe the formulation of it is simplistic, but I think its fairly true that some styles of music are inferior to others by their lyrics and instrumentals. With some styles of music it depends, but with others its an easy answer.

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    Im sensing a pattern here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Who else employed repetition. Jim Henson... Bringing joy to kids around the world....

    I love this so much. I was singing it to myself the other day. This one and Ragg Mopp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    I read a scientific study that shows that a full 65% of wrongful arrests were committed by police officers who were listening to 'Party Rock Anthem' and dancing in their squad cars by the side of the road when they got the initial call from dispatch.
    Is that the song that goes "bad boys bad boys whatcha gonna doooo"??

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