Radio-control enthusiasts feed their need for speed
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Its a serious sport for many, and although cars can start at $300, some people put more than $1,000 into their vehicles. Some people take this seriously; some people are out for a good time, said Jeff Hautzinger of Chicago. Im kind of in the middle. Im out for a serious good time. Hautzinger began racing three years ago and eventually had to choose between hobbies. I played golf for many, many years.
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Hobbies: idle pastimes or keys to science engagement?
But while they supported my hobbies (often with a great deal of time, effort, and patience), these activities were all primarily driven by my own interests and inclinations. They werent things I was pushed to do. Over the years I cycled through paleontologist, veterinarian, science teacher, ecologist and marine biologist as my career goal of choice, but it was always a given in my mind that I would go to college, study biology, and end up in some sort of science-related career. The career I was set on pursuing in any given year usually matched whichever hobby I was currently most engaged with. A few representatives from my childhood rock and mineral collection.
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