Government shutdown notes: Dayton one of hardest hit cities/AF Museum closed
Forbes has tabbed Dayton as one of the top 10 cities most at risk to a government shutdown.
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#1 Oct 1, 2013
Although "we" are supposedly the hardest hit, I still really don't give a shit, whether government dependents are temporarily furloughed, much less quit. Although things are supposedly going to hell all across the federal nation, I still didn't notice it at the corner gas station. Nor did the postman fail to deliver our junk snail mail. I didn't notice anything scary, when I went to the bank's ATM or even at the local public library! I have a hunch, since I read my newspapers, drank my caffeine and munched my mini-mart lunch, that outside of D.C. and the base, government shutting down does not affect us in most towns that much. Not that we flyover-country people are really in touch.
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