Friday, March 9, 2018

Why we love SPORTS (video) and sexual...

Bill Cooper, Alan Watt; The Cup; NCAA; Seth Auberon, Pfc. Sandoval (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

Some Buddhists really love "football"
The Cup: even Buddhist novices (samaneras, monks-in-trainees) and monks are not immune from the influence of TV and sports high in the last Himalayan Buddhist Kingdom, Bhutan.
    It's March Madness! (What's March Madness?)
    Daniel Wilco (, March 6, 2018)
    [It's payday!] What is March Madness? The NCAA tournament explained
    What if people cared about what matters?
    March Madness is one of the biggest, most exciting and most fun events in all of sports. Here’s everything you need to know about the NCAA Division 1 men's basketball tournament, which has been played annually since 1939.
    What is March Madness?
    The NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament is a single-elimination tournament of 68 teams that compete in seven rounds for the national championship. The penultimate round is known as the Final Four, when only (you guessed it) four teams are left.
      When did March Madness start?
      Spend hours of "fun" filling in your brackets.
      The first NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament was in 1939, and it has been held every year since.

      How has the tournament changed since 1939?
      The inaugural tournament had just eight teams, and saw Oregon beat Ohio State 46-33 for the title...
      Where did the term “March Madness” come from?
      March Madness was first used to refer to basketball by an Illinois high school official, Henry V. Porter, in 1939, but the term didn’t find its way to the NCAA tournament until CBS broadcaster Brent Musburger (who used to be a sportswriter in Chicago) used it during coverage of the 1982 tournament. The term has been synonymous with the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament ever since. More or how about some NPR

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