Alec Baldwin Kicked
Off An American Airlines Flight Playing Words With Friends
By Mike Mitchell
December 7, 2011 - Actor Alec Baldwin was kicked off an
American Airlines flight at Los Angeles International
Airport on Tuesday. Alec Baldwin tweets, “Flight
attendant on American reamed me out 4 playing Words With
Friends while we sat at the gate, not moving.”
Apparently when all of the passengers boarded the flight
and the door was closed, a flight attendant demanded
Baldwin turn it off his phone.
Baldwin then got into a spat with the flight attendant, then got out of his seat, went into the bathroom and slammed the door. The pilot was informed of the spat and the door slamming, ordered Baldwin off the plane according to passengers. Baldwin tweets, "Last flight w American. Where retired Catholic school gym teachers from the 1950's find jobs as flight attendants."
Words With Friends is a multi-player word game developed
by Zynga With Friends. Players can take turns building
words crossword puzzle style with one or more friends,
or by being matched with random opponents. Its rules and
point system is based on that of the board game
Scrabble. Up to 20 games can be played simultaneously
using push notifications to alert players when it is
July 2009 and published by Zynga, Words With Friends is
available for cross-platform play on devices running the
operating systems Android and iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch).
The game is also available on Facebook. In addition, there is a
chat feature built in the game that allows you to chat with your
opponent. The Words with Friends is one of the top ranking games
in the iOS application store, available as both a free ad
support and an ad-less paid version. The game has garnered
support among celebrities, including John Mayer, Rainn Wilson,
Terrell Owens, Eliza Dushku and Alec Baldwin.
Baldwin’s acting career first gained recognition through
television for his work in the soap opera Knots Landing in the
role of Joshua Rush. He was a cast member for two seasons (6 and
7) before his character was killed off. The series aired on CBS
from 1979 to 1993.
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