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When people think of me they think of a hockey player an athletic aggressive kid who is always out on pond somewhere in the Canadian wilderness They would never think of me as someone who likes to sit at a desk and write software and be immobile for hours at a time This is the dilemma that I struggle with currently as I am part of two contrasting groups hockey and computer science Ice hockey is an environment where the kids are constantly moving The majority of my teammates are rarely caught doing homework and can normally be found skating at the rink or working out at the gym In fact most hockey players are at the bottom of the class when it comes to grades and can barely move on to the next grade level when summer comes around This is not the case for me though I am one of the most studious players on my team Players will come to me for homework help before practice Moreover I am always the one skipping parties after we win games to study for a test the next day or finish up on some reading My teammates can never understand why I dont participate in social gatherings and team workouts on weekends These are all sacrifices I must make to be part of a more educated group of computer engineersThroughout most of my free time not spent playing hockey I am at a computer lab with my friends writing programs This group comprises of completely different people than that of my hockey team My computer friends would never be seen outside running around on a field or even attempting to ice skate Just like my hockey team revolving only around hockey this group strictly involves computers and computers only My hockey team has become a group where I am always comfortable
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