by Yule Heibel on August 14, 2003

“We all pay the price when we’re interconnected. There’s no way of avoiding that because all the jurisdictions in the northeastern part of North America interchange power.” Officials said late Thursday they were particularly concerned about a potentially dangerous surge once power was restored that could cause further blackouts as far as Manitoba and the American Midwest.

Maybe the woman in this picture is phoning ET to ask whose bright idea it was to create such a huge interconnected system in the first place.

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