Look, I generally agree with you. I didn't actually take offense at your notion. I accused you of insulting other people, which, frankly, if you look at the text you wrote, you did.
Seems to me the only people who would be insulted would be people who self-identify as 'art snobs.'
Or performance artists, I guess.
Waaaaaah. Cry me a river. Let me get a bucket and washcloth, so you can rinse the sand out of your vagina.
You're more than welcome to your opinion. And if you engaged with the explanation of this, and you still think it's crap or nonsense, that's fine. But I think it's a more useful discussion to say why you think it's crap or nonsense, rather than just insult people and be dismissive.
Did you actually read my post, or were you too busy getting all in a huff? I point out my rationale in the very first sentence:
Namely because, to me, it represents that self-serving form of 'performance art,' that has absolutely no artistic value but rather is an expression of the "artists" narcissistic desire to be the center of attention
I stand by that opinion.
I was trying to offer some context and perhaps some perspective for people who may not have thought about such things before.
Then maybe you should have just done that, instead of posting 16 paragraphs that amount to, "well, you just don't understand what music really is."
Which, FYI some people might find offensive as well, but apparently you're too busy being offended by my words, and pointing out that feeling, to notice the offense that your own statements could be causing.
In summation - I really don't give a rat's arse if my words offend people - "Fuck em if they can't take a joke," as my oldest friend likes to say.