Power of Weird – Ball Hugger

I first learned about the power of weird in the bowling alley (no this is not Big Lebowski fan fiction). I was lining up my toes to the arrows when I saw peripherally a bowler hugging his ball – without his fingers in the hole. Quickly I glanced to see if his lane had the bumpers up – no. Still, I laughed internally (“ball hugger” I snickered). Then twirl, flip, crash and STRIKE! I couldn’t believe it and then I couldn’t take my eyes of it – open-palm bowling. Okay ball hugger, I will keep an open mind about weird shit in the future.

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Michelle Wolff’s psychiatrist says she’s “very entertaining”, “a pleasure to work with” and comedy clubs across America agree. Available for hire as a comedian or emcee. Performing across the country, Michelle Wolff has been up at Comedy Store (Hollywood), Flappers (Burbank), The Pint (Chicago), End of the World Tavern (Boston), Funhouse (Portland), and you can see her locally in San Diego, every Friday Winston’s in Ocean Beach. She has been on 89.1 FM KNSJ radio and Fox Television, as the “homeless comedian”. Two guys walked into a bar – laughed their asses off listening to Michelle Wolff. Comfortable in any size venue she’s also, professional, reliable and full of fresh talent. Michelle Wolff is unusual and unusually funny.