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May 31, 2009

Did you know that even though the spelling bee seems like a sporting event because it’s on ESPN, it’s not really because you can’t get tickets to it???

Filed under: Uncategorized — irenejk @ 7:40 pm

Yeah.  So I’m in Washington DC, and guess what else was… The National Spelling Bee.  And I tried to get tickets, and there wasn’t even a link to it.  Maybe i checked too late, but maybe it’s just because it’s not possible.  Which I think is a huge mistake.  I would have paid a lot of money to see these kids compete, especially because of the surprising amount of 13-year-olds with mustaches.

siddharth

(photo courtesy of spellingbee.com :: Sidharth Chand who made it to the 8th round)

Also, I would go in case a glorious moment like Sameer Mishrah’s from 2008 could possibly be matched. Please watch if you haven’t.

Oh, and if you haven’t watched Spellbound, you’re dumb!  Rent it, netflix it, tvokay.com it.  It’s good.

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3 Comments »

  1. I ADORE the spelling bee. I blogged about it a couple of summers ago. Such a great, great, great thing.

    http://bisforbrandon.blogspot.com/2007/06/b-is-for-spelling-bee.html

    PS – You should be really excited about this comment. I’m employed and all.

    Comment by b — June 1, 2009 @ 3:53 pm

  2. B, you and I may be media twins. Or at least siblings.

    Comment by irenejk — June 2, 2009 @ 11:34 am

  3. Super Sid would spell you under the table.

    Comment by Erik — June 3, 2009 @ 3:31 pm


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