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edit Let's see..
A couple of comments about this. First I think the irony is lost in the modified second law: "The number of musical pieces is always increasing." It's a truism and I would argue isn't as funny as my original "The quality of Music is always decreasing." Anyone care to comment? Also, I think maybe the Laws of Robotics ripoff should go. It's already been done rather well on The laws of thermodynamics and I think it doesn't work here.
In general, I don't think it helps in like this to have too many lists. The 'several things, including:' cliche really should be on the Uncyclopedia:How To Be Funny And Not Just Stupid page.
Okay, rant over. You can come out now. --Clanger 07:06, 12 Apr 2005 (EDT)
I modified ti to say that Quality is constant, and music is ever increasing. This is a clever way of saying that the quality of music is always decreasing.
Anyone else think that Spang's 'cleanup' on 9th April 07 was a little random? or is it just me?GrantRS 18:23, 16 April 2007 (UTC)
I agree, too many lists... If I have time, may do a cleanup tomorrow. TheLightOfSpeed 10:33, 13 October 2008 (UTC)
- Massive listicide carried out. Anyone who takes up the challenge of rewriting this properly could always look in the history to see if there was anything usable in them, although I didn't think so. --UU - natter 09:23, Nov 8
edit List of intervals
The asterisks indicate the intervals are condemned by most religions:
- Perfect unison/Diminished second*
- Augmented unison*/Minor second
- Major second/Diminished third*
- Augmented second*/Minor third
- Major third/diminished fourth*
- Augmented third*/perfect fourth
- Augmented fourth*/diminished fifth*
- Perfect fifth/diminished sixth*
Well, you get the idea. 18.104.22.168 15:13, August 7, 2017 (UTC)
edit List of chords
- Italian sixth
- French sixth
- German sixth
- Swiss sixth
- There are many more sixth chords that are not as common as the above, with such whimsical geographic names as Australian sixth. 22.214.171.124 00:11, September 10, 2017 (UTC)