Most optimal way to find and handle Fridrich F2L pairs (Intuitive)

Discussion in 'General Speedcubing Discussion' started by xXdaveXsuperstarXx, Jun 7, 2009.

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  1. maggot

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    what i have to say about the comment.

    it was said in a fashion, who are you to give advice? you are slow.

    so basically we're telling our newer speedcubers not to post and only allow people who are sub 15 to give advice. that's stupid. when i was 'slow' (sup 20), i refrained more from giving advice. i would goto the noob threads and give advice. but seriously, i feel like i could have given advice to someone sub 20. maybe not all people do, but i've read so much material about getting faster, i could just repeat it and claim it as my own. not something i did from personal experience per say, but definately solid advice. if people would question my reputation, well, let them ponder about my skill level. if they ask, i will tell them. if they say, who are you to give advice? well, let me just get the link to the place where i read it.

    we cannot continue to bash noobs or 'slow' (sup 30ish) people because they typically have good intentions. where is common courtesy?
     
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