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The Kitchen Conversations Blog

Companion blog to the podcast, Kitchen Conversations with Bubba Jay & Cra5h.  

We will have random thoughts and ideas that don't talked about in the podcast.  

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There is no denying that the virus and its physical impact is a reality.
As much as many people don’t believe or want to accept, bowling is a physical…we’ll say activity, as to not start the argument over, “Whether or not it is a sport?” as it relates to bowling. Suffice it to say, hurling a 14,15, or 16 lbs. spherical object down a 60-foot plank of wood, takes a bit of aerobic and physical effort.
We are nearly six months on in the “pandemic response” to the coronavirus outbreak. Why doesn’t somebody do something? To truly be heard, loudly and clearly, every single person in America who wants to have something that looks like normal must stand up and say, “This has gone on long enough. It’s time, to start easing restriction. Stop dragging your feet! Let us do, let us go, give us back our liberty.”
The bowling industry has 11 major bowling ball brands (and dozens of smaller brands) amongst 3 manufactures. The biggest of the manufacturers is Brunswick. Brunswick has 7 brands under their umbrella, since they acquired Ebonite Bowling International (EBI) and their 4 brands, Ebonite, Track, Columbia 300, and Track, last year, and moved the manufacturing to Mexico.
In recent years, with the rise in popularity of certain professional bowlers (Jason Belmonte, Osku Palarma, Jesper Svenson to name a few) more and more local league bowlers, have gone to a thumbless grip technique using 2 hands to control the ball through the back swing. For the most part, these bowler struggle to score consistently, and have a very difficult time adjusting to new and changing lane conditions.