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He hated it. It was too far from home. And too cold. And too deep in the woods. And too…

 

“You had to walk a mile just to get to your Judi Online24jam car up there,” Williams says. “Who wants to walk a mile to get to their car? It was too much. Too far. And there were lots of rich kids up there. Too many of them. I’m not rich. I worked in the cafeteria. It kind of made me feel like I was beneath people, and I hated feeling like that.”

 

He lasted until January of his freshman year and then left even though he had a fantastic GPA. He came back to Texas, worked a few jobs, took some time off, played poker, played Magic. After two years away from school, he enrolled at Judi Online24jam SMU. They took almost all of his credits and started him as a junior. He has a 4.0 GPA at SMU–3.9 overall if you factor in what he did at Princeton, which bugs him.

 

“That .9 really gets me,” …