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Who is responsible for blackout?

CaptnKirk

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Cleveland.
The Mistake by the Lake.
Until Bush steps up and admits guilt, Cleveland will have to take the fall for this.
 

Corn

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Until Bush steps up and admits guilt, Cleveland will have to take the fall for this.


Word has it Bush was lighting off bottle rockets and brought down the grid, yeah, that's it. He should just admit it. Bush is the devil!!!!! DIE DIE DIE!!!!!!
 

McGyver

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Originally posted by: Corn
Until Bush steps up and admits guilt, Cleveland will have to take the fall for this.
Word has it Bush was lighting off bottle rockets and brought down the grid, yeah, that's it. He should just admit it. Bush is the devil!!!!! DIE DIE DIE!!!!!!
LOL
 

Martin

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Originally posted by: Squisher
It was more fun when we could blame Canada.
Well, there's always your perennial scapegoat - the French. Didn't you see how Quebec didn't suffer from any power outages? Damn saboteurs!
 

UnoSigmaPi

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Originally posted by: Squisher
It was more fun when we could blame Canada.
It's the canadians, like always! I had to suffer throught the blackout at work. 16 strait hours. It was fun though. We played poker all night.
 

Warin

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Originally posted by: MartyTheManiak
Originally posted by: Squisher
It was more fun when we could blame Canada.
Well, there's always your perennial scapegoat - the French. Didn't you see how Quebec didn't suffer from any power outages? Damn saboteurs!
Thats right! How can you trust the largest french population in the world never to surrender to the germans! First it was that noxious poutine stuff, now it's sabotaging Cleveland! Fie on them!

:D

Seriously though, if a relatively minor event can spark off that much chaos, there needs to be some immediate and serious work done to prevent it happening again.
 

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