Macy Halford responds to the "master cheater," who confessed to authoring thousands of academic papers and student applications:

Like the Gordon Gekkos of the world, he will thrive on gaming an imperfect system (which he will continue to believe is the real problem) in which, thanks to gamers like him, it is nearly impossible to succeed honestly; and because it will be so difficult to succeed honestly, people will accept him as a necessary evil. They will call him a "tutor," in much the same way that high-class prostitutes are called "escorts." Carey Mulligan will see him on TV and curse, but Shia LeBeouf will swoon. In other words, he will be legitimate.

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