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Some people like to read books, while others like to watch or play sports. Clearly, everyone prefers some activities over others. Why do you think this is? Could genetics play a part in determining what people like to do for entertainment? I doubt the genre of music one likes is not genetically determined, might the general love of music be?

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Dylan:

I am one of those people that would much rather watch or play sports. I grew up playing all the sports I could and always loved watching them because my family has always been sport heavy. I do like to read some and mostly listen to an AUDIBLE book. There are very few things that interest me in books. I like non-fictional information, documentaries, and things I can utilize in my life like "The Dichotomy of Leadership" by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin for example. I think it comes down to ones personality, interests, raising, and with age things change also. 


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