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Just curious. How many people, when you see the following headline:

'Art monk' has his own take on Buddhism

immediately think of this guy

art_monk_pic

as opposed to this guy

shidaoxin

who sounds rather interesting in his own right:

Buddhist monk Shi Daoxin's daily routine is not about chanting scriptures, meditating or temple ceremonies – rather, he spends his time listening to different categories of music, updating his blog, exchanging messages and emails with fans, and granting interviews in addition to working on his music.

A self-claimed "art monk", 28-year-old Shi shot to fame in 2008 for his strong resemblance to Hong Kong actor and singer Nicholas Tse. Then controversy followed for his unconventional way of "disseminating Buddhist wisdom and culture through artistic forms".

Somehow, though, I don't think that Shi would fare very well if he ran an inside route.

Note: Kids, that first pic up there is what a real wide receiver looks like. I think the species became extinct some time in the 1980s, with the exception of Jerry Rice, who had an unusually long life span. They will be missed.

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