Two men involved in an LED-based guerilla marketing campaign for Cartoon Network’s Aqua Teen Hunger Force were arrested and charged with inciting a bomb scare in Boston yesterday and pleaded not guilty. Turns out the ads were nothing more than battery-powered electronic circuit boards with flashing LED lights similar to those you might find on the children’s toy Lite Brite. They were arranged in the shape of some of the cartoon’s characters, none of which are bombs, but are instead bad-boy ...

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