someone told me and, yes, it does matter, at least to me.
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Playboy: You make quintessential guy movies. Do you have an secret nonguy hobbies?
Tarantino: It’s more a matter of guy things that I don’t do. I don’t hang around pool halls. I don’t play poker. And I don’t go to sporting events. To me, torture would be watching sports on television. If I go to Dodger Stadium, that’s ok, because the game is secondary to the beer and the environment. One thing I don’t understand is that average American movie-goers cannot watch a movie for three hours, yet they’ll watch a stupid, boring, horrific football game for four hours. Now, that is boredom at its most colossal. I have a lot of little theories, and one of them is that nobody really likes sports. But men feel they should like sports, so they act as if they do. I also feel that way about the Who. I don’t think anybody really likes that band. Everyone thinks they’re supposed to like the Who, so they just pretend. They’re afraid to say that the emperor has no clothes.