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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Bowling
When Obama administration officials revealed plans this week to rebuild the White House's bowling lanes, they failed to mention that the George W. Bush administration paid for a renovation of the facility just before President Obama took office.
Bowling is just a game.
Dick Wetzel knew he was bowling a good game on Feb. 25, but it wasn't until after the ninth frame that he realized just how good of a game he was having.
Hitting Chien-Ming Wang's sinker used to be like taking a swipe at a bowling ball.
Looking like punk gladiators, teams of young adults on junk bikes pulling chariots made of junk parts frenetically chased each other around a makeshift arena, slamming each other and swinging away with foam clubs.
Tim Tebow inspired a phenomenon when he dropped to a knee and began praying as his teammates wildly celebrated around him after an improbable overtime victory in Miami last weekend.
Ken Johnson, the Buffalo Bills tailgating institution, isn't moving after all.
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