How to Solve the Rubik's Cube

If a tree falls in the woods, and nobody's around to hear it, did the tree actually fall?

Good question.  Maybe it did.  Maybe it didn't.

When I was in the 5th or 6th grade, I solved the Rubik's cube.  Some people knew, some didn't.

When I moved to Florida, nobody knew I could solve it.  It basically never happened.  In fact, they placed me in remedial math, with students who couldn't add or subtract.

That was a real treat.  In fact, I went the next 5 years without speaking basically or raising my hand to contribute in class, although I was on the honor roll every quarter.

Not one teacher made an effort to know a thing about me.  And I didn't offer any information to the contrary.

I would say, if a kid can solve the Rubik's cube and nobody's around to see it, did it ever happen.

Well, yes actually.  Here's a video I created on how to solve the cube:

So if any of my teachers from middle or high school are still around, have a watch.  This would probably be the first time you realize what my voice sounds like.

And so it goes~!

PS. as a follow up, I purchased a copy of Camtasia Studio on Cyber Monday 30% off.  Good stuff~

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