So, the Baltimore Ravens are your NFL Superbowl XLVII champions. Congratulations to them as well as the San Francisco 49ers for a game that overall was well-played. Sure, there were some bobbles and quite a few "what the heck was THAT" moments, but overall both teams played like the champions we knew them to be. I would be remiss if I didn't also give a shout out to my brothers and sisters who worked together to present a flawless halftime show (personal opinions on Beyonce aside), as well as mentioning that my heart bleeds for those who had to deal with the power surge and recovery. However, contrary to what was constantly being said by CBS, I would like to point out that it didn't take that long for the power to come back on. That was a matter of minutes, if not seconds. What really took that long are the lights. They take about five minutes to warm up, and once they go dark it takes them 10-15 minutes to cool down before they can be struck and warmed up again. That's been bugging me.
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