On the popular social networking site, Facebook.com, members are provided an area in which they can display their interests, including a section entitled “Favorite Music.” Many users will put a variation of “Everything . . . except country,” which, up until now, has been acceptable and has passed for factual information. A recent study conducted by an anonymous institution has concluded that when the average person says that they like “everything” regarding music, there is a 1/1,000,000,000 chance that they actually, indeed, listen to everything. In fact, it is becoming more and more clear, that an individual stating such is more likely to listen to less music than those who can actually provide a list of their favorite musical artists. The study has proved, in essence, that when somebody states that they like “Everything” it is because they actually have little taste or discrimination in their music, and will listen to anything people throw their way, and not that they actually listen to every piece of music ever produced. This study is already noted as one of the most important studies to ever be conducted, and those involved, whomever they may be, are sure to win various awards for their efforts to rid the world of imbeciles.
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