07 07 11 - 10:31The way to seem profound to a group of people who found no direction in life:
Tell them that having no direction is not only OK, it's enlightened.
Despite his dedication to classical music, Speltz says it's important to have other interests, too.
"I went to a public high school, and I was interested in sports, in socializing, in all kinds of music - from rap to rock to jazz. Having a relatively normal adolescence helped keep me grounded. A lot of people in classical music become totally single-minded about it. But when you focus on something completely different for a while, you come back to your music refreshed. It's important to be curious not just about music but about everything else, too.
"I have to confess that too much of my happiness depends on the success of the Lakers." - The Houston Chronicle
If this idiot couldn't uncover the great variety in classical music, he's tone deaf.
Then again, he's probably lying and just telling us what "we" want to hear.