"He does it, he says, to raise awareness of suffering children."

September 16th, 2005

My boss came in a few minutes ago to ask a question, and overheard the music a-comin’ out of my iTunes. The song was “Corsair” by Boards of Canada. She told me it sounded awful.

I’ve never made any disparaging remarks regarding the choir music or Christian standards she plays in her iPod! Her musical preference is her own, and I would never apply some kind of higher-than-thou stance if I didn’t care for her tunes.

I don’t know, that just bugs me. I like ambient music! It makes for nice music to play in the background as I get work done. I guess I’ll just have to respect her opinion, but there are nicer ways of saying you don’t care for something.

2 Responses to “"He does it, he says, to raise awareness of suffering children."”

  1. the_daraion 17 Sep 2005 at 2:41 pm

    hmm, if she wanted to state her opinion, she could, but nonetheless you could have stated your opinion about her music. but nah, she prolly would have said that you’re insulting god or something. blah. that’s lame.

    what am i talking about again?

  2. marioon 21 Sep 2005 at 5:53 am

    You were talking about how I’m right.