A great ESPN short documentary which shows an aspect of a sport that has always been elitist by nature. Almost every sport has a home/street version that is a microcosm of the real thing. Golf has always required land, land, and more land. Conquering this restriction for a group of people who genuinely love the game is a great story. By the way, I can't stand playing or watching golf, but I watched this.
Well, when you thought you'd heard it all, something appears in the far periphery of your radar that just doesn't seem to make any sense. With this in mind, I offer up the lead from the article entitled "Two Girls Married Off to Frogs":
In a bizarre ritual, two minor girls, both seven, from the remote Pallipudupet village in Tamil Nadu's Villupuram district were married off to frogs on Friday night. The ceremony, an annual feature during the Pongal (harvest) festival, is conducted "to prevent the outbreak of mysterious diseases in the village."
I figure if we were, for years, ready to accept the marriage of Miss Piggy and Kermit, this isn't too far of a stretch... I fear, however, that California may have to set up another Prop referendum to make sure this doesn't happen in that state.
No word in on whether any of the frogs have turned into Prince or the frog formerly known as Prince.