Vincent Grier's wiki entry

Somebody is playing around with it. Kinda funny…

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_Grier


Vincent Grier (born March 14, 1983) is a former college basketball player for the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers. He has scored 1,118 points[citation needed], but did not play during his junior season, due to an injury.

His literature breakthrough is when he wrote Romeo & Juliet. People all around the world called it one of the greatest literature moments in world history.

He is also a 2008 bid for the United States Presidency. Although he is 24, he is trying to change the United States Constitution, so he can possibly be the next President.

He played for the Gophers after transferring from the University of Charlotte in 2003. He lead the team in scoring for two consecutive seasons, including a trip to the NCAA Tournament that resulted in a first-round loss to Iowa State. He was signed by the 2006 NBA champions Miami Heat. [1].

Probably one of us.
What about the time he helped Al Gore invent the internet, healed the sick, cured Aids, stopped all wars, etc.

That is pretty funny, but also my complaint about Wikipedia… anyone can “help expand it”, but how do you know what is “fact or fiction” on the stuff that you read? I mean, I know that Vincent didn’t write Romeo and Juliet (it was Curtis Nash, duh!!)… so some stuff is blatantly obvious, but if it is something “marginal” that you are not well versed about, how do you know if it is true.

[QUOTE=stonecoldken;246416]Probably one of us.
What about the time he helped Al Gore invent the internet, healed the sick, cured Aids, stopped all wars, etc.[/QUOTE]
Wasn’t he Mother Teresa’a mentor?

[QUOTE=jdm49er;246419]That is pretty funny, but also my complaint about Wikipedia… anyone can “help expand it”, but how do you know what is “fact or fiction” on the stuff that you read? I mean, I know that Vincent didn’t write Romeo and Juliet (it was Curtis Nash, duh!!)… so some stuff is blatantly obvious, but if it is something “marginal” that you are not well versed about, how do you know if it is true.[/QUOTE]
I was hoping someone would say that. And to you I respond with [URL=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRlXZ5W8lTs][B]this[/B][/URL] (SFW). :biggrin:

[B][URL=http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=malik+el+tamer+highlight&search=Search]PROOF YOU CAN FIND ANYTHING ON YOUTUBE[/URL] (SFW)[/B]

We need to give him a wikipedia page, too.

They forgot to mention that he signed the Declaration of Independence and then defeated Cornwallis at Yorktown.

[B][URL=http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=malik+el+tamer+highlight&search=Search]PROOF YOU CAN FIND ANYTHING ON YOUTUBE[/URL] (SFW)[/B]

We need to give him a wikipedia page, too.

Start this as its own thread for cltniners. He needs to see this.

They forgot to mention that he signed the Declaration of Independence and then defeated Cornwallis at Yorktown.

Eddie Basden did that. You were close though.

I’m confused, who discovered electricity?

I'm confused, who discovered electricity?

Chris Dwiggins