Originally Posted by unnecessary drama
Yep. The best bowler in our bowling league averaged a 219 this year. I've seen several people average 225 over the years...one of my best friends had a 231 average 4 years ago and it seemed like he was turning in a 750 every ****ing week...
but no ****ing backhand spinner is going to average a 225...you can't constantly leave 7 and 10 pins and be a 225 bowler...and there is no ****ing way a guy who isn't throwing a correct hook has an average a 225. At least say 200 and make it believable.
He already said that style causes him to have little pin action...well, guy, if you don't have pin action, you aren't AVERAGING a 225.
Me and my Dad used to bowl a lot, and my Dad's highest game ever was 223. He had that same back-handed release, and got absolutely no ball speed whatsoever. Only times he got high scores was if he was lucky as shit, and he'll even admit it.
Originally Posted by 'Hamas' Jenkins
Serious question: How can you track the movement of oil?
There isn't really an easy way. What I usually do is try several different starting positions on the walk-through and then tinker with different angles until I find a good path.