Those involved in the northeastern US cubing scene (and some who aren't) may remember something from 2016 or 2017. Someone corner twisted in a competition in NYC multiple times and got many DNFs. They recorded it and posted it to Youtube. The situation got decently big, leading to the video amassing over 10,000 views. People such as Chris Olson and JRCuber were made aware of the situation, Chris even mentioning me in a video about toxicity (I've been trying to find it, I think the title was something like "Vlog 1: Toxicity in the community"). That was me. I made those videos casually because I got a camera for Christmas and wanted to use it. I still remember the night where everything went down. I didn't take criticism well back then, A small channel pointed it out in the comments. I went crazy on him. He started to spread the video and I expected nothing to happen. The next day I logged onto Youtube and saw I had a bunch of notifications. I checked them and saw nothing but comments telling me to kill myself and how I should throw all of my cubes away and leave the community. All of this happening so suddenly hit me hard. I had planned to go to a competition that August, but had to cancel because it happened about 2 weeks after this whole ordeal and my family thought I'd be recognized. A WCA representative got in contact with us and talked about how there was a possibility that I'd be banned. Thankfully, though, we talked them out of it and I only got a minor penalty. With that being said, I just wanted to come back and say a few things. I recently found my cubes and started back up again. I only lost a few algorithms in my head. I'm about 2 seconds slower in my most recent AO5. I didn't know I was cheating back then. Due to being relatively new to the community, I thought corner twisting was intentional. I know, I was an idiot. Lastly, I think I'm going to come to another competition and see what happens. I don't care if nobody sees this, I just thought that after all these years I should finally get all of this off my chest. I hope you all have a good day. If someone can find that Chris Olson video, I would appreciate it. Goodbye.