A Citizens’ Guide to the Government Shutdown

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Confused about the government shutdown? Here’s a handy do’s and don’ts guide to help you through this trying (i.e. bullshit) time.

DO: Watch TV. Preferably sitcoms, dramadies, Lifetime movies, and cartoons.

DON’T:  Watch the news, especially political news (other than the Daily Show). Don’t give them attention. It only encourages them.

DO: Question why congress can behave this way when private citizens are fired for walking off jobs.

DON’T: Walk off your own job to drive that point home. Unless your job really sucks, then go ahead.

DO: Suggest that members of congress are responsible for the money they are costing taxpayers.

DON’T: Spend too much time thinking about that money. It will just piss you off and they will NEVER, EVER pay you back.

DO: Consider becoming an anarchist.

DON’T: Wear white shoes after Labor Day. I know this has nothing to do with the government, but it’s still very important, even for anarchists.

DO: Eat your veggies.

DON’T: Blame the entire state of Texas.

DO: Lose interest in this ridiculous shutdown which is not unlike a group of children holding their breath and stomping up and down until they get their way. Or like some little shit getting mad and being all, “It’s my ball and I’m going home” because he lost the game.

DON’T: Stop going to restaurants. Because cooking every single night for your ungrateful family is for suckers.

2 thoughts on “A Citizens’ Guide to the Government Shutdown

  1. Clay Medford October 7, 2013 / 2:26 am

    Im gonna have to start reading this more often

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