A Power Outage at the Super Bowl?

A Power Outage at the Super Bowl?

Who would've thought the power would go out at the Super Bowl? As I watched Twitter explode, I thought it might be fun to see what BlogHers thought was the most interesting thing about this Super Bowl.

Super Bowl coin

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Update: As of 9:30 am CT Monday morning, Sasha Fierce has it by a large margin. Rock on, B.

Rita Arens is the author of the young adult novel The Obvious Game & the senior editor of BlogHer. Find more at www.surrenderdorothyblog.com.

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