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Top Ten Things to Do with an Abandoned Bowling Alley
(submitted by Major Tom)
A few changes with the pinsetter and you've got an indoor curling arena.
(Micklin T. Rahe, The Official Curling Watcher Of The 2014 Winter Olympics)
Modify the return units to launch the balls at supersonic speeds.
Start your own club, call it the Pinheads.
Grease the alleys and have roommate bowling competitions. Helmets recommended.
The gutters are a great place to grow spaghetti.
Repaint all those shoes that don't fit and sell them at Payless.
(Micklin T. Rahe, With A Shoe Size Of 12 Wide)
Set off the fire alarm sprinklers and use the alleys for indoor water slides.
(Oops they did it again.)
Convert it to an abandoned drive-in movie theater.
Very short, but intense, roller skating rink
Open the first conga line ballroom.
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