GASTON — At Georgetown’s oceans preservation summit this past Friday, the Hilltop welcomed guest panelist and oceanic expert Vince – the heartthrob star of Aquaman as depicted in HBO’s documentary series “Entourage” – as well as the older gentleman who lives on O Street near Wisconsin Ave. to talk about the need for preserving the health of our oceans. “This is a global society now, and only thinking about the resources we have right here on the mainland U.S. is no longer sufficient,” explained Vince with his trademark X-factor blend of serious-but-sensitive that he masterfully employed as Pablo Escobar in Medellín while the detached, elderly man to his left stared at nothing. As for our O Street neighbor, it is unclear whether or not he was invited to speak next to Vince, or if the moderator didn’t have the heart to tell him what was going on. “It’s uh, good to be here and, uh, talk about the water,” said the tall man to only a polite applause. At press time, the editorial board of The Heckler was writing an email to the lecture fund in order to get Jessica Jones to speak about criminal justice reform.