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From the "I have too much free time on my hands" department comes this:
 
A little mash-up fun with some old footage I had of my son bowling when he was 8 years old and a vast collection of pro bowling videos that I have. This is goofy as hell, but I'd been intending to do it for years and finally got around to it.  Filmed at Golden Triangle Lanes in Irving, TX, which, sadly, is long gone (but not forgotten).  Enjoy.
 
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Outstanding editing!  How long did it take you to put this together?
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Days.  I got very lucky in finding the right audio clips to use.  But it still took a while to find them.
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I love when Chris Schenkel says he left the 1-2-3-4-5-6-8-9-10 spare leave, LOL!!!!
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Hilarious!

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Keith, that was my favorite part, too.  Especially Bo's comeback.  (Which of course was from an entirely different telecast.)
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What amazing editing!  I loved watching this more than some of the recent tour videos. [biggrin]

We have seen someone go for the 1-2-3-5-6-9-10 spare on television though on a runaway ball.  Telecast wasn't that old and I'm forgetting what show it was...I think two bowlers sent a ball right down the middle and it went all the way left.  Bo didn't know what to say.

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This was well thought out .. Randy, Very nice concept!! That was really creative!! excellent job. I really appreciate the hard work you put in to this piece 
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That was great!
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