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Top 11 List: Blackout Bingo

What happens when someone accidentally knocks out power across a large portion of the eastern seaboard? Well, of course you scramble to check the UPSes or gas up the generator and gracefully down unnecessary systems. But then what? Bingo? Well,...

What happens when someone accidentally knocks out power across a large portion of the eastern seaboard? Well, of course you scramble to check the UPSes or gas up the generator and gracefully down unnecessary systems. But then what? Bingo? Well, leave it to our clever readers to discover the top 11 Benefits of a Multistate Blackout. In anticipation of our upcoming Last Mile on the subject, were you can read the Top 11 entries, we invite you to sit back, boot up a candle and check out our extended list of reader submissions. On second thought, you may need two candles.

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