The non-cubing channels I’m subbed to are: Bari S (saxophonist), Black Gryph0n (cover singer and impressionist), Grian (Minecraft), Highlight Heaven (football highlights), Jxmy Highroller (basketball), Lyon Bros (high school band kids), Marc Martel (basically Freddie Mercury but not), Marques...
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Primary method: CFOP
Secondary method(s): Petrus, LBL
Number of algs you know: ~200 for all puzzles, only ~70-80 for 3x3
Your main cube: Dayan Tengyun v2 M
When you started cubing: February 2018
What's more useful, color neutrality or method neutrality?: CN
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This is kind of how I started cubing. In 6th grade, cubing was very popular, but I’m the only one that stuck with it. A bunch of us bought $25 Gan Air’s, while some just used the Rubik’s brands they had laying around their house. The fastest anyone ever got besides me was a PB of 38 seconds.
I don’t think you realize how much responsibility Presidents have, along with the fact that he was going to 3-4 rallies every day in the week or 2 before Election Day (because that’s when people should be voting).
My point is that you can’t get rid of events only based on length. In fact, you have to have a variety of lengths to make different events interesting. Cupstacking is no fun to watch, because anybody reasonably fast will do every event in under 10 seconds.
Everybody knows DRL should hold the Feet WRs, and it also eliminates the opportunity for new up-and-coming cubers to break records. Big blinds and FMC take longer than 6 and 7, so should we get rid of those? The thing is that there are people who practice and enjoy those events, so the WCA...