Perhaps unable to memorize semi-words such as "Ne" and "Ef" like the rest of the field, a young Scrabble playerwas booted from the game's national championship tournament in Florida after he was caught cheating in one of the final rounds, reports the Associated Press. Tournament officials did not name the male player because he's a minor. He was busted when a competitor at a nearby table spotted him with a pair of blank tiles — which players can use to represent any letter — that he had kept from the previous game. "It's unfortunate," said John D. Williams Jr., executive director of the National Scrabble Association. "The Scrabble world is abuzz. The Internet is abuzz." Just like a Scrabble nut, Williams must have been trying to discard all his Zs.
Scrabble Finalist Cheats.
Young Scrabble Player Ejected From National Championship for Cheating
Wow, not sure I have ever seen an interactive ad as badass as this before. Who wouldn't want a Sprite shower at the beach? I'm sure plenty of little kids tried and tasted the water hoping for the real thing. Ha, love it!
This summer in Rio De Janeiro, the beaches were literally hot, and people need a way to refresh themselves with a cool-down. This is where that whole “free soda refill” idea came in handy. Sprite saw a unique opportunity. Instead of giving out free Sprite, (which is nice yet not exactly revolutionary), they instead thought big, Really big. The soda maker literally created the worlds biggest soda fountain, with which people could go and refresh themselves not by having a free refill of soda, but a free shower.
A campaign entitled “The Avengers Assemble at Target”, created by Creative Directors Guy Seese and Chris Mitton.The campaign features some of the superheroes’ accessories recreated using everyday objects and toys available at the store.