Remember the Super Bowl blackout?

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Turns out it wasn’t Beyonce who caused it. Instead, according to Entergy New Orleans officials, the lights were shut off by a fitting ironic twist.

An electrical device whose sole purpose was to prevent a power outage caused the Super Bowl blackout, the stadium’s power company said Friday.

Photo: Lloyd Fox / Baltimore Sun

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    "Company officials said the device performed with no problems during January’s Sugar Bowl and other earlier events, but...
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    you had one job; ONE JOB!
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    Turns out it wasn’t Beyonce who caused it. Instead, according to Entergy New Orleans officials, the lights were shut off...
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  19. robertfrenay said: you had ONE JOB, device!