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Bugbee On The Town!

Our paralegal, Ashley Lindsley, accomplished something truly incredible.  Ashley is a novice bowler, who bowls no more than twice/year.  On Friday, October 20, 2017, Ashley went out for some glow-bowling (bowling under neon lights) with some friends in Detroit.  After bowling a game of 107, which is more or less average for Ashley, she proceeded to catch lightning in a jar and bowled 11 consecutive strikes on her way to a 298 and a near perfect game of bowling!  Was this pure luck?  When you consider she bowled with an 8 pound, plastic, conventional, pink ball…PROBABLY!  Ashley was merely 2 pins away from bowling a perfect 300.  The odds of the average amateur bowling 300 are 11,500 to 1.  By comparison, the odds of being struck by lightning once in a lifetime are only 3,000 to 1.   Considering the odds of Ashley feat, we cross-examined her harshly under hot, bright lights, but, she wouldn’t break from her story. 🙂 If you get the chance, CONGRATULATE Ashley on this very amazing accomplishment.

 

UPDATE: The team went bowling with Ashley and her ball, Doris, the following weekend and she bowled a 55 so it looks like the streak is over 🙁

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