More importantly, what does that first sentence have to do with the rest of the paragraph? I'm not sure, but it really seems to me like there is a 1:1 relationship. Here is the path I took to get there, maybe that will help:
I LIKE THIS BOOK - IT'S NON-FICTION - BUT IT'S OPINION REALLY SO IT'S SOMEWHAT FICTIONAL IN THAT THE TRUTH MAY NOT BE CORRECT - I HATE FICTION BOOKS - DO I HATE FICTION MOVIES? - NO - BUT THE TIME INVESTED IS MUCH LESS WITH A MOVIE - I DO LIKE MOVIES THAT SEEM TO BE TRUTHFUL TO MY LIFE - IS THAT THE CASE WITH MUSIC AS WELL?
Now here I am...wondering, silently aloud on a keyboard. Why do we select the styles and arts we select? Why does my girlfriend love vintage? Why did Jay follow Phish? Why did anyone in the world like Phish? Why do hippies love sandals? Why do people who used to love Death Cab now pretend they never did?
We seem to move in packs from one style to another, based on what we identify with. This is all a larger topic for people much smarter than myself but when it comes to me personally I wonder if there is one tie to all of it, I'm thinking it may be 'truth,' in some form.
Truth: noun. [as I need it] anything said by anyone when that person believes the statement to be factual.
I sort of think the reason I never got into rap is that it wasn't a truth that I could relate to, I never had bitches. Then again I love opinion based books where the author believes they're telling the truth. Perhaps truth isn't the answer but it's a theory, not even really a theory if this were a scientific experiment I'd say it's a hypothesis at best.
Do you think that everyone who likes Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream also likes early Elvis Costello better than later EC, is excited about the new Devo album, has at least 1 piece of Ikea furniture, and doesn't have the money in the bank they thought they would have by this point in their life???
I like raspberry swirl ice cream.