Well, it's more like saying that, say, Buddhist women don't do it for you-- all 200,000,000 of them. The label jazz doesn't cover quite that much ground, but it's pretty damned broad. I wouldn't concern yourself with learning to like or love "jazz", I would get some records that everyone thinks are great and start living with them, and see what they do for you. I think the way a lot of us came to the music was by buying a record somebody we respected told us was going to be cool-- Nefertiti by Miles Davis-- we put it on and didn't know what to make of it, but we kept listening because we trusted the person to be right, and anyway we didn't have the bread to go buy more records for another month. At some point you find yourself wanting to hear Madness come over the speakers, and then it's a part of you. That's about all there is to liking or loving "jazz."I tend to think of music like a woman in a lot of ways. Ones you have the hots for and ones you don't. Like Jazz is this beautiful woman that just doesn't oil my gears. Can I learn to love that? I obviously love other forms quite effortlessly.