Tone deaf? blame it on poor connectivity

Friday, August 21, 2009 - 08:42 in Psychology & Sociology

Tone deafness is defined as the inability to discriminate between musical notes also known as amusia, tune deafness, dysmelodia, and dysmusia. Famous leaders including President Theodore Roosevelt and Ernesto "Che" Guevara have suffered from this often embarrassing hearing impairment. In an epic fail, Che once tried to woo some chicas at a dance by performing a tango while the band was playing a lively Brazilian (sigh). These are the kinds of people you would never bring to a karaoke bar...unless, of course you were tone deaf yourself. In that case it wouldn't really matter now would it?

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