I mean, I can do intellectual and abstract stuff if I've got to, but it's boring and exhausting. Really this massive value placed on intellectual and abstract intelligence, is completely subjective. Why does applying the mind to the abstract world hold more value than applying the mind to interaction with the physical world, when it comes to sports, it is far more mental than people give it credit, your body is just a tool, it is still your mind that is in control. I think it was yourself that said that you think of "kinesthetic intelligence" as an insult. Is there any reasoning behind this bias? Other than it doesn't come naturally to you, so it's written off as meaningless? The value we place on different kinds of intelligence is entirely subjective.But seriously, what is it with you guys and that stuff? I mean, I can do physical stuff if I've got to, but it's boring and exhausting. And not only that, it's dangerous enough in some ways that I actually have to pay attention to it. The worst part is that if I screw up, everyone knows about it and I look bad. Not to mention that I don't like open competition and doing things at the expense of other people.