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If it's supposed to be a blackout ...

How come all the lights are on in the apartment building? And at the wedding reception?

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That's not too far-fetched. I remember living through the blackout of '03 and there was limited power at places such as factories, a few gas stations and those with generators. I'm certain that there were some buildings in NYC that did have power back in the '77 blackout.


The guy working the front desk switched on the generator.