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Entertainment has a long history and has evolved over time to adapt to changing tastes, technologies, and social circumstances. It can take many forms: from watching a performance intended for two; to cooking for a family meal; to sporting events organized as global competitions and broadcast for spectators. The familiar can also be transformed and recycled into new forms: for example, hunting or archery that once served as a form of entertainment or war now are spectator sports.