As a child, when my family moved to Georgia, I really loved yo-yo. I was very good at this, and my whole class, and then I just went to elementary school, envied me, because not only did I manage the yo-yo well, but the instrument itself was very beautiful. But at some point, yo-yos simply disappeared from the media field. And along with this, no one needed them on the street anymore. However, their culture lives on, and the yo-yo competitions that were previously shown on TV are still held. I recently ordered a "Dumpster Fire" yo-yo to celebrate the 2020 events.
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