Bowling alley worker explains why bowling is so expensive now

‘Alley down the street is $75 before shoe rental’: Bowling alley worker explains why bowling is so expensive now

‘I know the other reason: the Bowlero monopoly’

On by Jack Alban

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‘Sorry babe, we’re not going bowling’: Customer says bowling alley tried to charge her $240 to reserve a single lane. Here’s why

‘Who owns them? Ticketmaster?’

On by Stacy Fernandez

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No, that bowling robot video isn’t real

Robots can bowl, just not like that.

On by Mikael Thalen

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‘Bowling alley strike screen’ memes are bizarre and wonderful

These animations are nostalgic and pure.

On by David Britton

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Turn any desktop into a ten pin lane with this mini bowling set

Avoid the turkeys at your local rink and play this instead.

On by Jaime Carrillo

Ben Ketola breaks the bowling world record for fastest perfect game.

Watch this guy bowl a perfect 300 in less than 90 seconds

Nothin’ but pins.

On by Samantha Grasso

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Convenient bowl lets you slurp noodles and stare at your phone

Is this the peak of our smartphone obsession?

On by Mike Wehner

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Some saint translated ‘The Big Lebowski’ into emoji

It really ties the room together.

On by Monica Riese

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Netflix just brought back ‘The Big Lebowski’

Far out, man.

On by Miles Klee

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Watching chameleons go bowling is endlessly bizarre and satisfying

This lizard just bowled a turkey.

On by Greg Seals

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This bowling ball experiment demonstrates the beauty of physics

This video is mesmerizing. 

On by Marissa Fessenden

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Curious dog is determined to figure out bowling alley sensor

Animals: our only allies in the coming war against machines.

On by Miles Klee

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How Facebook killed the bowling alley (and why we need to save it)

As we continue to not just build new cultures online but distinctly relocate old culture there, we leave behind unique experiences that will become harder and harder to relive.

On by Gillian Branstetter

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These bowling trick shots look extremely dangerous

Dude Perfect taps pro bowler Jason Belmonte for some nutty tricks.

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Elliot Rodger’s case reveals the dirty underbelly of online communities

Isla Vista may have been the first Internet massacre.

On by Nicholas White

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