John Shane
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Birthday:
May 4, 1959 (Age: 58)
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Motley, MN
Occupation:
Meat Cutter

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John Shane

New Member, Male, 58, from Motley, MN

Anyone actually talk bowling on here? Lol Mar 8, 2016

John Shane was last seen:
Jan 21, 2017
    1. ABmod
      ABmod
      1. John Shane
        John Shane
        Thanks ABmod. I'll check it out once I'm able to use my PC again instead of phone. Puppy ate my power cord to my PC!
        Mar 10, 2016
    2. John Shane
      John Shane
      Anyone actually talk bowling on here? Lol
      1. Greg T.
        Greg T.
        Now and then. But you have to get into the forums instead of posting on your profile.
        Mar 8, 2016
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    3. ABmod
      ABmod
      Your recent posts have been approved. You need one more post to be fully active without approval. WELCOME!
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      John Shane
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      1. Greg T.
        Greg T.
        Come on back, John Shane. One more post and you're approved!
        Mar 3, 2016
    5. John Shane
      John Shane
      Currently a league bowler in two leagues in two different houses.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    May 4, 1959 (Age: 58)
    Location:
    Motley, MN
    Occupation:
    Meat Cutter
    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    05/04/1959
    Last Name:
    Shane
    Facebook:
    John Shane
    First Name:
    John
    Contact Information:
    johnshane1959@gmail.com
    I'm no one special, just an average bowler. Had been out of the game since 2002. Started slowly, it took me a bit to even start to resemble the bowler I used to be in the 90's. Still not there but getting my consistency back to some degree. Have realized very quickly that my physical limitations are much more obvious now than they used to be. Mentally its hard to admit I'm no longer in my 30's and 40's. The old body just can't do now that I did then. But you know what? I have realized what I have missed in the past 13+ years. A persons desire to compete and to enjoy life never fades. I may not be what I was as a bowler, I can accept that, but due to my love of the game and the thrill of competition, I will never leave the game again.