Like all of you, I was tuned to the Super Bowl in the third quarter despite the lopsided score when the Superdome's lights went out. For several minutes no one knew what was happening. While Twitter exploded with possible explanations ranging from something as simple as a power surge to something as scary as an act of terrorism, the CBS broadcast announcers were at a loss to explain what happened for the millions of viewers. And no official explanation was provided by Superdome management (local company SMG), the local electric company or Super Bowl officials.
What to Do When the Lights Go Out
The Legal Intelligencer
February 12, 2013
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