The National Weather Service in Anchorage, Alaska has a message for congress, but if their performance this week is any indication of their competence level, it’s likely they don’t notice it.
In an analysis of the weather patterns, some sneaky meteorologists have subtly hinted to congress an important message: “Please pay us.”
If you’ll notice, the first letter of each line spells out the overt message, that these nonessential federal employees would really like their paycheck.
Unfortunately for these guys up in Alaska, the government shutdown does not seem likely to close in the near future. Some even suspect it could last another two weeks, when Congress will address the debt ceiling issue.
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