In February of 1958, classical music composer Milton Babbitt published his notorious article, “Who Cares If You Listen?”* The article expressed indifference, or worse, to the listening audience who had hidebound tastes,** could not grasp the complexity of “serious” and “advanced” music, meaning serialism, and didn't like it.
A man enters his strength-based Primary Care Physician’s office and says, “Doctor, I think I have cancer. All the signs are present according to WebMD and my family history going back four generations.” The doctor reassuringly says, “Don’t worry. Let’s not focus on the negatives. I hear you play a killer game of backgammon!”
**** Pardon this undefined term. It comes from a science fiction story I read as a teenager. A man in suspended animation wakes up in the far future. Instead of finding an advanced civilization, he sees a decrepit cityscape, fallen to ruin from centuries of neglect, and nary a soul about. He comes to learn (if I recall, in a disastrous way) that most of the population has succumbed to the pleasure of fantasy lobotomies – "lobe jobs" – by which they live out glorious lives of adventure, intrigue, etc. while lying comatose on a table.