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# Ingrid: Rock music has produced no songs as durable as the

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Ingrid: Rock music has produced no songs as durable as the [#permalink]  03 Oct 2005, 23:34
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Ingrid: Rock music has produced no songs as durable as the songs of the 1940s, which continue to be recorded by numerous performers.

Jerome: True, rock songs are usually recorded only once. If the original recording continues to be popular, however, that fact can indicate durability, and the best rock songs will prove to be durable.

Jerome responds to Ingridâ€™s claim by

(A) intentionally misinterpreting the claim
(C) undermining the truth of the evidence that Ingrid presents
(D) suggesting an alternative standard for judging the point at issue
(E) claiming that Ingridâ€™s knowledge of the period under discussion is incomplete
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D?
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Clearly D. He points a different way to measure 'druability'
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ywilfred wrote:
Clearly D. He points a different way to measure 'druability'

I agree.
He's talking about a little bit different standard of 'durability'.
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OA is D
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D it is. Alternative way to measure durability!
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Though OA has been posted, I choose D, too!
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