22. August 2008 · 4 comments · Categories: BQOD

It seemed that people who listened to music who’s rate was faster than their heart beat drove a little faster, but missed more of the ques on the road. This makes it more likely for people listening to heavy Rock, Punk, or any fast-tempo music more likely to be in an ancient.

On the other side of the spectrum, classical music can put people in a sort of trance making them less able to react to things on the road.

Simply copied from the blog. Honest. Misspelling “queue” is understandable, to be sure. Too many vowels, and you only hear a u, wouldn’t you know?

I don’t listen to much fast music, so I don’t know what it’s like to be in an ancient. I know what it’s like to feel ancient, though.

Okay. Back to my trance-like state.

Do read the comments; I clearly wasn’t paying attention to what I was reading. Go figure. 🙂


  1. It seems to me that us “Ancient” ones wouldn’t be listening to heavy rock or punk, so does that make us sedate drivers?

    It’s sort of like a Freudian slip in reverse. (Or worn inside out?)

  2. Hah. I think you’ve got something there, Cameron! 🙂

  3. Isn’t the misspelling of the word “cue”, rather than “queue”?

  4. Hah! Maybe you are correct. I wasn’t really thinking of what the writer meant … I had this image of cars lined up … and I suppose that doesn’t make sense. I suppose he did mean “cues”.

    I was in such a trance-like state I didn’t catch that. 🙂