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  • Re: Brunswick Mini Camp

    Sounds like fun - thanks for sharing! On Wed, Apr 15, 2015 at 1:38 PM, John Signes siglinux@... ... -- "Everything you've ever wanted is on the other side

    EldredP 4 days ago
  • Brunswick Mini Camp

    On April 4th I was able to attend The Brunswick mini camp in East Providence Rhode Island. It was a fun day of bowling, tips from pros, and bowling discussion.

    siglinux@snet.net 4 days ago
  • polish the ball

    Had a decent week! I took my Ebonite Champion out of th closet for a position week. Popped it in the polish machine for $1.50 came out looking good. Reacted

    siglinux@snet.net 23 days ago
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