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Tuesday, October 15, 2013

How is going the shutdown going to affect you?

Assuming there is a shutdown tomorrow, I'd like to get some current lab employees' contact info so I can talk to them about how they're being affected. I figured this site was just as good a place as any to start. They can be anonymous if they choose, but it's best if they will allow us to freely use their names. Can you help me out with this? Jeremy Thomas Staff Reporter Bay Area News Group (925) 847-2184 Jethomas@bayareanewsgroup.com

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think this hits the nail on the head. print this in your newspaper and don't forget to site the URL so the world can get a good laugh out of all this since it may be their last.

There are some very creative people in the world. I suspect the lyrics of 1week, two, weeks, three weeks, month, 5,6,7, take the summer off may in fact come true with a $17T national debt and $126T unfunded liabilities over our heads. I’m actually surprised we haven’t had another 1929 already and I believe the only thing that preventing it is the treasury is pumping billion of fake money into the economy monthly is has all caught up with us. I don’t know how this US is going to make it thru this without cutting a lot of funds in many places. http://llnlthetruestory.blogspot.com/2013/10/doe-furlough-song.html

Anonymous said...

Does Jeffery have an e-mail address?

Anonymous said...

As a reporter, you should really check the grammar of the title of your post.

Anonymous said...

IMHO, here's my take on todays economy

I often wished I was a graphic animated artist so I could give you a visual of today’s economic situations in a manner anyone could comprehend. Since I’m not I'll try my best to give you my vision verbally. Imagine yourself standing in front of a toilet you’ve just flushed. Take notice of the water and its speed at the top of the forming vortex relative to the bottom closet to the u-trap just before it goes over the hump. Now imagine yourself on small ship proudly flying the economic flag of prosperity in these waters. In 2006 we were at the top of the bowl picking up speed with just enough centrifugal force to turn the ship sideways as we made economic decisions we hoped would put the brakes and return to the upright position. As you can see it's now 2013 and we've picked up speed and are now at the bottom of the vortex with the ship now almost perpendicular to the floor and moving at warp fact six, where in a very short period of time we’ll be over the hump and into the one world order cesspool where there will be no recovery; and yet Barrack Hussein Obama, his socialist cartel associates and followers say, full speed ahead, raise the debt ceiling, we're fine; all while faced with a reality an economic disaster even a moron can understand.

Anonymous said...

Is LLNL going to shut down and if so when and for hot long. Can the people hold on without a budget if this goes to Jan 2104?

Anonymous said...

Nope, don't plan on even being alive in 2104.

Anonymous said...

Sad day for US economy. http://www.modbee.com/2013/10/16/2978168/senate-deal-clears-way-to-reopen.html

Just one more nail in the US economy assuring a secure path to the next great depression or taxation without representation to save face. Brovo Zulu to the Socialist Democratic Party

Anonymous said...

October 16, 2013 at 12:59 PM

October 17, 2013 at 7:23 PM

Would you two wing-nuts please take it somewhere else. There are adults trying to converse here.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, with all that has happened lately I think I blew a fuse...

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Sad day for US economy. http://www.modbee.com/2013/10/16/2978168/senate-deal-clears-way-to-reopen.html

Just one more nail in the US economy assuring a secure path to the next great depression or taxation without representation to save face. Brovo Zulu to the Socialist Democratic Party

Well said..

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