The Super Bowl.
Easily the biggest sporting event on the planet, generating max viewership and is so lucrative that everything has to be planned almost a year in advance. A 30-second spot is millions upon millions of dollars and ticket prices start at the thousands. You would think the NFL has it all under control, right?
During the 3rd quarter of the big game, half the dome lights went out – stopping play and momentum for 34 minutes. Sure, the NFL apologized with its standard statement, but what really happened? It could have been as simple as a blown transformer or a faulty wire, and I’m sure we will know more by the morning. But was it that simple?
A hacker group known as Anonymous, who are all about those religious and political conspiracies, seems to be taking “credit” for the blackout. I use quotes when I say credit, because no one can be sure and the NFL will never admit it. Much like Al-Queda taking credit for all terrorist attacks. Who really knows?
Hey, for all we know it could’ve been Bane and his reckoning.