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[Member Intro] Hi! I am so excited to be here!

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Hi!
I’m from New York
I’ve been doing Rubiks cubes for about 4 years now.
I have 92 twisty puzzles, most of them are not doubles. I also have some other Rubik’s cube merchandise, such as a tissue bow holder and a purse.
Some of my other hobbies- I know it’s hard to believe there are activities besides cubing- are reading, art, and doing jigsaw puzzles
I’m looking forward to being the the speedsolving community!
Have a great day everyone!
 
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Hi!
I’m from New York
I’ve been doing Rubiks cubes for about 4 years now.
I have 92 twisty puzzles, most of them are not doubles. I also have some other Rubik’s cube merchandise, such as a tissue bow holder and a purse.
Some of my other hobbies- I know it’s hard to believe there are activities besides cubing- are reading, art, and doing jigsaw puzzles
I’m looking forward to being the the speedsolving community!
Have a great day everyone!
Welcome!
 
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Welcome - I am a fellow New Yorker, and I like to do one-handed cubing on the subway during my morning commute. It's a great city for cubing!
 
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