No Competition

cube.jpgWhen I see a Rubik’s Cube I think of my ex-husband. He was a precision sheet metal worker and was responsible for the fabrication of some of the first metal parts found in the early Pong video game tables. He had the ability to look at any piece of flat material and bend it to any difficult specification.

In the early 70s our 4 year old son received a Rubik’s Cube as a gift. My husband picked it up, studied it for only a brief time, and then with a few quick twists he was the ruler of that colorful little cube. He could scramble and then unscramble it with ease. My solution was to peal off the color spots and then re-stick them. I was no competion for him.

See cubists do the blindfold solve and the one-handed solve in record setting time at the  Rubik’s Cube Competition

3601 Lyon St
San Francisco, CA 94123

1 Comment so far

  1. dln (unregistered) on January 13th, 2007 @ 12:22 am

    This is awesome. Saturday will be awesome. First Rubik’s Cube nerdiness and then Uke Apocalypse mad nerdiness at isotope.

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