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Old 04-11-2009, 01:40 PM
 
Location: LawnGuyLin
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What are the best places to live in the United States these days if you don't like rap music?? In the Northeast and Midwest, the youth seem to have a strong preference for this type of music. The preference, for the current generation of teens, includes all racial and ethnic groups, so this is not an issue of race. This is an issue of musical preference.

I'm just tired of hearing that thudding bass beat everywhere I go, as rap fans seem to think everyone else wants to listen to their music with them. If these rap fans would just show some respect for those of us who don't care for their style of music, I wouldn't even pose this question. Unfortunately, the current generation of teens and twentysomethings seems to think the rest of us want to listen to their pounding, intrusive bass beats. Where is a good place to live for a person to live who just doesn't enjoy this style of music?

North Dakota.

 
Old 04-11-2009, 04:14 PM
 
Location: Chicago metro
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Originally Posted by Orwelleaut View Post
What are the best places to live in the United States these days if you don't like rap music?? In the Northeast and Midwest, the youth seem to have a strong preference for this type of music. The preference, for the current generation of teens, includes all racial and ethnic groups, so this is not an issue of race. This is an issue of musical preference.

I'm just tired of hearing that thudding bass beat everywhere I go, as rap fans seem to think everyone else wants to listen to their music with them. If these rap fans would just show some respect for those of us who don't care for their style of music, I wouldn't even pose this question. Unfortunately, the current generation of teens and twentysomethings seems to think the rest of us want to listen to their pounding, intrusive bass beats. Where is a good place to live for a person to live who just doesn't enjoy this style of music?
Its just music genre, If you are that much of a whinner, then move to North Dakota, Iowa, and any homogenous state you can find.
 
Old 04-11-2009, 07:17 PM
 
Location: Georgia
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This thread is hilarious, somebody actually wants to move to avoid a genre of music ! Just grow a thicker skin.

Actually no, we are trying to avoid it yes, but i have 2 kids 1 of whom repeats everything she hears, i do not want her listening to foul mouthed wannabe gangsters talking about sex,rape,robbing,doing drugs and shooting cops. I think i'll just move to a little piece of paradise like i have and i get to avoid scum who listen to that garbage.p.s i did not mean to rep you hit wrong button
 
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Location: Ohio
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Despite the warning to confine the discussion to geographic areas, some deleted posts took it off topic by discussing the finer points of the music and questioning the motivation for the topic. Neither is appropriate in General US. Thread closed.
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