A few minutes later, you are rushed to the aisle-side of a 30 year old gentleman. "I knew I shouldn't have gotten onto the flight," he says. "In the airport, I just had the sense that something was wrong, I was tired, everything hurt, I had no appetite, and I had a splitting headache. Now, my elbows and shoulders hurt, and my chest itches. My arms and legs feel weak and they're tingly too."
When you examine the patient, he has full range of motion of his joints, pain is not exacerbated with movement, and there is no erythema or swelling of his elbows or shoulders. He does have some erythema on his chest and some mottling with cyanosis. His neurologic exam is significant for some mild weakness of the extremities. His pulse is 80. He doesn't feel febrile. You try to take the blood pressure with the airplane's sphygmomanometer and stethoscope but can't hear a thing. His respiratory rate is 18.
Challenge: You forgot to take a social history on this patient. What are his hobbies?
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