Music and IQ

Hercules01 at webtv.net Hercules01 at webtv.net
Sat Sep 30 18:07:58 EST 2000


In article <8r36pn$q6k$1 at newsmaster.cc.columbia.edu>,
  "Jonathan Rhee" <jr1015 at columbia.edu> wrote:
> Ugh. If you substitute Elvis Costello for John Denver the last statement is
> true.

After going to Amazon.com and listing to a few samples of his songs, well
let's just say that I've heard better. :-)

> When I think of John Denver I thank the stars that small recreational
> planes are generally inspected only by their owners.
>

Yes, we wouldn't want too many intelligent people around now would we?

        Robert

> Jonathan Rhee
>
> "Robert Calvert" <Hercules01 at webtv.net> wrote in message
> news:6583-39CFFA71-59 at storefull-154.iap.bryant.webtv.net...
> > I sometimes wonder if there's a correlation between IQ score and
> > preferences for certain kinds of music. As politically incorrect as it
> > may sound, I strongly suspect that this is the case. When I think of
> > "intelligent" music, the first thing that comes to my mind is John
> > Denver. :-)
> >
> >         Robert
> >
>
>


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