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View Poll Results: What is your favorite non-computer related hobby?
Playing/Watching Sports 231 20.10%
Music 282 24.54%
Photography 50 4.35%
Movies 104 9.05%
Performing Arts 22 1.91%
Cars 210 18.28%
Literature 31 2.70%
Arts and crafts 29 2.52%
Collecting 24 2.09%
Outdoor/nature activities 135 11.75%
Traveling 31 2.70%
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Lately that would be my car.
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i have no life!!! :0

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Wait, doesn't playing music go under performing arts, if so why aren't there more votes for performing arts.


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Wait, doesn't playing music go under performing arts, if so why aren't there more votes for performing arts.
Playing music can go in the category of music as performing arts was more entitled for dancing, acting, etc.

I hope that helps

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i love DJing......biggest crowd so far for me is 520 people........man what a rush



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#1) Playing baseball
#2) Guitar


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My vote is on sports, I am a soccer fanatic. I am the assistant coach at a local high school in NC, Albemarle High, if anyone is familiar. We had the 4th round of state playoffs, won 2-1 against Biship McGuiness! Great match and well played by both sides, next is State Playoffs vs Topsail!

My major is going to be Physical education, with a minor in athletics/coaching of some sorts. I'm going to ASU, Appalachian State Univeristy next semester to start things off, I'm going to try and walk on the team, it will be difficult, but its up too me!

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Although my being a percussionist in a roadhouse Funk/Soul band qualifies as a profession,
since I refuse to classify custom knife creation as "Artsy Crafty", I went with music.

Does this make me a hooby hypocrite?
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Playing music can go in the category of music as performing arts was more entitled for dancing, acting, etc.

I hope that helps
Oh, I've always heard of and used performing arts as meaning any performing, including playing music, so I said performing arts, but anyways, I'm in our high school band.


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