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June 15 2008 Bowling Newsletter

Overconfidence and procrastination (laziness) finally caught up to me and I must sincerely apologize to all of you. From the beginning of my editor duties, it has always been stressed that I should set up articles in advance. This way, if my computer should crash or malfunction, the article would still go out on time without missing my weekly schedule. Last Thursday night, it crashed and I could not get it into the repair shop until Saturday. Guess who learned their lesson? " 'nuff said."

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Adjusting Quicker
You cannot, and should not, stand in one spot and throw to the same mark game-after-game. People are always asking me, "how can I learn to read the lanes?" or, "how do I know how much I should adjust?" The answer is, "you don't" to both, and something similar to other questions of the same ilk.

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