The government immediately placed a media blackout
on all written and visual news.
Monday's move was met with immediate approval by one of the sponsors of legislation to eliminate the blackout
Meanwhile, pensioners noticed that the rolling blackouts
cause many difficulties as many of them live alone.
The Lovinses could have been writing after the 2003 blackout
After all, baseball has been mired in the blackout
policy for so long, I had simply become Pavlov's dog: you said the words "FOX" and "national broadcast deal" and my response was to write "arcane blackout
policy" for the ten-billionth time.
Therefore, the government still considers it necessary to make preparations for possible rolling blackouts
while planning to ease its power-saving requests to some areas.
To get a sense of the mortality from a blackout
, they collected data on New York City's weather conditions, air pollution levels and causes of deaths reported during the blackout
in August 2003.
The survey revealed that 24 percent admitted to having had a total blackout
while 37 percent said they had only experienced a partial one.
are perilous--for the victims, for their families, for society.
This makes the keg party on college campuses a virtual recipe for blackouts
Station facilities were not affected by the blackouts
, the bureau said.
Former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore will launch a blackouts
checklist as part of an awareness campaign this week.