Good morning, Theory11 community. I spent ten minutes trying to think of an appropriate title. Perhaps "wannabe" isn't a very good term to use. So there's this one kid at my high school, an impressionable fellow. Let's call him "Mitchell" (which totally isn't his actual name). Last year, I took up pen spinning as a hobby, and while Mitchell sat next to me in class, I was unconsciously spinning a pen. He apparently decides that it's cool, and he comes to school the next week attempting to do what I did (failing miserably due to a lack of practice). Well, this year, my classmates and I were playing a simple game of poker, and in the middle of the game, I performed the shapeshifter change, which drew the attention of a lot of people in the room, including Mitchell. I performed some other effects, and Mitchell once again decides that this be cool, and over the next week, he goes on the internet to learn some magic. (He went to Ellusionist, not that it really matters) However, I am concerned that he may be a threat to the magic community. He isn't actually interested in magic, and he's revealing things left and right. One of his first purchases was a gaff deck, but instead of using it for effects, he walked around and actually showed the entire gaff deck to most of his friends (and people who happened to be passing by), to have a good laugh about the (as he puts it) "really weird cards." I suppose they are weird cards, but isn't that the whole point of a gaff deck? And the next week, he purchases a gimmicked effect from Ellusionist. He did a few good performances, but later in the week, he decided it would be a good idea to show all his friends (most of whom can't keep secrets) how the gimmick works. Exposure! In a slightly unrelated matter, one of his friends stole part of the gimmick, so rather than trying to get it back, Mitchell contacted Ellusionist support and told them that they failed to supply that part of the gimmick. So Ellusionist sent Mitchell a new gimmick, and a free deck of Shadow Masters. That's the kind of person he is. Also, he has attempted a few card tricks, but most of them are done so poorly that they might as well be considered exposure. Not that there's a problem with poorly performing (well, there is), but it's the fact that he doesn't put in effort that disturbs me. So my question is: should I be doing something to stop this?