Everyone probably knows what Scrabble is, but I’ll explain it anyway. It’s a board game. The board consists of a 15 by 15 grid of squares and there are 100 playing pieces marked with a letter of the alphabet and a point value. Players use their pieces to spell out words on the grid, always intersecting with previously played words. Many squares have value modifiers that alter the scoring of a word, but, generally, each word is scored by the modified sum of its letters’ points.
Well, thanks to mdxi’s mirror, I’ve just read the letter left behind by the man who shot his professors in Arizona.