When Columbia native David Greisman took the "Jeopardy!" online test in 2010, the first step in a lengthy process to become a contestant on the popular game show, he recalls it did not go so well.
"I was humbled by the experience," said the 32-year-old Columbia Association employee, who now resides in Washington.
The daunting 50-question test, which allows you only 15 seconds to answer each question, discouraged Greisman for a few years. Earlier this year, Greisman, who also moonlights as a freelance journalist and boxing writer, got off the mat and tried again.
And he's sure glad he didn't throw in the towel.
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