Quote Originally Posted by Klainmeister View Post
I cannot decide which I like worse: a million pictorialist or a million wannabe Adams....
I read this as:

"I like steak. I do not like seafood. I cannot decide which I dislike more, bad steak or good seafood."

That's not an unreasonable opinion, but I don't think it adds to a conversation about what is good art, or food for that matter.

Do you see what I mean? It's okay to dislike seafood, but that doesn't make good food subjective. There is a standard by which we compare good seafood and bad seafood and to some extent we can cross genres- comparing seafood and steak. But no one should call the cook bad because they are allergic to seafood.