# Message #1034

From: deustfrr <deustfrr@yahoo.ca>

Subject: Re: 3^4 solved by a 12 year, 7 month, 16 day and 22 hours old! :3

Date: Sat, 17 Jul 2010 21:13:28 -0000

Here’s my experience:

Long time ago a mess

Now a common sight

Just solved it yesterday

After two nights

First there was the cross

So easy to do

Took just 12 moves

How was it for you?

Then there were the faces

Which made there be restrictions

Forget just one step over

Then you’d be in frustration

In the faces included the last three

They were worse than the others

But they were so easy to solve

They weren’t even a bother

Now I got stuck here last time

Didn’t know what to do

But this time I’ll pay attention

And hopefully it’ll go through

I’m talking `bout the edges

The ones with 3 colours

They took the longest

But then I went much farther

The corners were last

I still need to work hard

It’s the last stretch

I’ve gone pretty far

Now there’re two corners left

I solve both of them

Then the screen pops up

And I was congratulated

and check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xGwrjN7_9k

It’s the only 4D 8-cell solve not by a computer or undo!

— In 4D_Cubing@yahoogroups.com, "deustfrr" <deustfrr@…> wrote:

>

> I want my name to appear as Raymond Zhao ;P

> although I would like to be called deustfrr on the forums.

> I’ll never become fast on MC4D, so I just solve the cubes.

> deustfrr means nothing, I just thought it sounded nice (doostfur) lolz

> I finished solving all the centers! But I don’t even know how to solve the faces!

>

> — In 4D_Cubing@yahoogroups.com, Melinda Green <melinda@> wrote:

> >

> > deustfrr,

> >

> > We can certainly call you that on the mailing list. What does it mean?

> > More importantly, how do you want your name to appear in the HOF?

> >

> > I figured that your signature came from a bar code and guessed

> > (incorrectly) that you had chosen one from a favorite product. If it was

> > a random choice then you got lucky because I can think of LOTS of

> > products that I would not want to associate that closely with! :-)

> >

> > It sounds like you a quite a good 3D speedsolver. If you get fast with

> > your MC4D solutions then we might have enough people to hold a speed

> > contest from time to time.

> >

> > -Melinda

> >

> > deustfrr wrote:

> > > Call me deustfrr, my parents don’t like the fact that I expose my info on the net. I copied down the code from a random picture that I found from searching up "bar code" on google images! Anyways, I’m not facing a parity issue because I can solve the 3-D analogue of my problem in literally 1.5 seconds!

> >

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