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Thoughts on Gil Greenburg.

There's a fellow, a fellow student in fact, who's name is Gil Greenburg. Now, Gil is a person who will try to (operate word being try) spout off anything. Any thing at all. Whether it be relevant to the conversation or not. Whether it's completely plausible or not even fathomable. He'll go to great lengths, on the spot, to prove everything he says is a fact. Whether it's instantaneously and with great bias searching the web for his proof, or even making his own site or wiki entry to make you believe. So I'd say that Gil's got numerous "talents". Among these talents is a certain scamming talent. Ethical or not, he has a real knack for it. He has a real passion for it too. He spends much of his time or passions to this talent. Another "talent" I'd have to say is his odd ability to just make anything funny. Things that would never be funny if you or I had said them, but when Gil says them they're extremely out of place and with a hilarious inflection. Above all Gil is a level headed, hilarious friend. Also, ask him to say Samsung. You'll laugh.

Some questions I'd like to ask Gil:
1) How old were you when you first tried to scam someone?
2) How'd you do it?
3) How often do your scams work out?
4) What's your obsession with lemonade?
5) What's the biggest scam you've pulled off to date?
6) Why do you do it?
7) Do you have any other hobbies?
8) Where'd you grow up?
9) You like any sports?
10) Where do you see yourself after you graduate?

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