No, I’m not crazy. I’m just collecting the simpler algs, the easy to recognize & learn ones (and the ones for those few cases you see, recognize, and then just DNF the solve to save yourself the effort).
I found it on my desk, and I know I’ve seen there before, but I can’t remember where it came from.
10 Rubik’s cubes. R550 (+/-40USD). 20 sec. solves??
What? Yeah, even I don’t think that’s a thing.
When I was nineish, I started writing a book about our three bassets at the time: Nelson, Molly and puppy Chloë. I spelled (spelt?) that last name ‘Cloe’, possibly because it is so irritating to get that e with the thingies on top (I can never remember the shortcut so I just copy-paste the whole word). Possibly because I was nine.
+ quick review
This is my second Top Ten Tuesday post. TTT is a weekly… thing where anyone can write their list on chosen topics, by That Artsy Reader Girl – if you liked this, or want to try it out, go check see it^! And yes, I know today’s Wednesday.
I’ve got quite a backlog of Chloë photos waiting to be used. I will probably use them on individual posts sometime, but for anyone who wants to get to know Chloë the basset hound/just bassets in general better, :
The uninformed middle-range cuber faces many challenges, starting with homework then gear and working up to international lockdown.
I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned it, but I picked speedcubing again last year.
OK, so maybe I haven’t posted anything in more than a month. I’m really sorry. I’m just letting you know I’m still alive, despite the best efforts of homework.
As I foretold, this part of the year was filled with semi-strange humans and dropped food – but, by some miracle, the humans lost the Elf Suit. I wonder if that had anything to do with the Scrap of green chew-toy that I heroically Discovered and was Kind enough to share with Marshall…