bowling

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When you've already lost the game, why not go for broke and use the power of cheating to give the people what they want. The amazing thing is that this still took a crapload of skill. Where's the horrible 1997 CGI short to accompany bowling achievement like this?

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Here’s a little bit of inspiration for the day from an unlikely source.

This 84-year old woman may not be exactly sure how to bowl (or what bowling is for that matter) but she manages to get a strike on her very first try.

Watch as the entire room celebrates her accomplishment with a standing ovation.

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Via ESPN
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This has only happened 23 other times in history… at least on live TV.

Professional Ronnie Russell threw 12 consecutive strikes in the semi-final of the PBA Chameleon Championship to become the 24th person to bowl a nationally-televised perfect game.

He almost lost it at number 11, but the final pin eventually toppled over thanks to luck/telekinesis?

Regardless, it happened, and it's quite a feat under all that pressure.

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