By Arek Sarkissian II
Arizona Daily Wildcat
Wednesday April 30, 2003
Sophomore studies to become an accountant, likes math, Tetris and Smash Brothers
WILDCAT: What kind of business are you studying?
GREGSTON: Well we have certain parts to it.
WILDCAT: So you want to go into the business huh, are you Italian?
GREGSTON: No. I'm going into accounting.
WILDCAT: Just out of curiosity, why? I don't know, I just like being more creative, you know? I like going to crime scenes.
GREGSTON: I like math, actually, believe it or not.
WILDCAT: Really? You're good at things like Tetris too, huh?
GREGSTON: Tetris is awesome.
WILDCAT: What's your favorite computer game?
GREGSTON: I don't know. I play a lot of Smash Brothers.
WILDCAT: What's that all about?
GREGSTON: Hitting things and yelling at your friends.
WILDCAT: (laughing) Hey now, that sounds like rehab!
WILDCAT: Is that what that's all about?
GREGSTON: Padded walls if necessary.
WILDCAT: Ah yes, what ever it takes to get off that heroin addiction. So what are you doing here tonight?
GREGSTON: Business math.
WILDCAT: OK now, what is that? Like, I know journalism math, like trying to correctly add up ages, but what is it?
GREGSTON: It's probability and you have variations.
WILDCAT: Probably boring! Ha ha ha ha ha!
GREGSTON: You better believe it.
WILDCAT: OK, let's go deeper here, what's probability? I mean I was lucky enough to get out of the whole math thing by taking a logic class.
GREGSTON: What we do is, we do lots of problems with flipping coins.
WILDCAT: And that's how I got married one time.