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The Opposite Effect Of Sports

Most people would not even want to go out on a sunny day when the game is on, instead gathering snacks to watch it on the LED screen.

We cannot expect them to take up sports, just like we don’t expect people to start singing after watching a concert, or take up acting lessons after watching a movie.

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