Government Shutdown and Laws of Unintended Consequences

I don’t see how I could write a Week-Ender on any subject except how the first government shutdown in 17 years is affecting parks and rec professionals; after all, it is the most prevalent issue we Americans currently face. I hope that by the time this missive gets published online, the shutdown will be history shortly thereafter, elected leaders will have come to their senses and we can get back to some level of business as usual; but I don’t hear …

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One comment on “Government Shutdown and Laws of Unintended Consequences

  1. billy moore on said:

    I stay out of politics. As a 34 year Parks and Recreation employee I learned a long time ago that that was the best course of action for me. So I will not comment on how stupid and ridiculous our government is being. As you point out so many people are being affected by their pompous stand. No, I will keep quiet and just keep from talking about the ignorance and selfish attitudes of our esteemed politicians. I won’t even mention that our lack of trust for the folks in Washington has just escalated 10 fold. Glad Parks and Recreation departments don’t operate that way.

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