The memo that shut down the government pic.twitter.com/yqG7ECNRouAt midnight October 1, 2013, the Federal government of the United States shutdown for the first time in 17 years.
— Anthony De Rosa (@AntDeRosa) October 1, 2013
Some online signs of the time:
Sorry, but we won't be tweeting/responding to replies during the government shutdown. Be back as soon as possible. http://t.co/qIx8cigrnb
— NASA (@NASA) October 1, 2013
Due to a lapse in government funding, this account will not be active until further notice.
— U.S. Capitol (@uscapitol) October 1, 2013
Because of the federal gov't shutdown this National Park Service Twitter feed is inactive. We'll start tweeting again when we get back
— NPS National Mall (@NationalMallNPS) October 1, 2013
Shutdown makes for a lonely Abe. <a
Due to the lapse in federal government funding, this channel will not be updated until the federal government reopens.
— Dept. of Agriculture (@USDA) October 1, 2013
We do not plan on updating social media other than to inform you of the operating status of the museums #shutdown
— NMNH (@NMNH) October 1, 2013
Due to the Federal Government shutdown, we will not be able to tweet. Visit http://t.co/11N2X9p8qm.
— US National Archives (@USNatArchives) October 1, 2013
CLOSED: This sign posted to the front of all Smithsonian museums today. #shutdownpic.twitter.com/zGRFNZW7uZ
— Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) October 1, 2013
“Ugh.” The top of WaPo’s Style section, ICYMI last night: pic.twitter.com/o6SFoATJEi
— J. Freedom du Lac (@jfdulac) October 1, 2013
None of our live animal cams will broadcast during the #shutdown. The cams require federal resources, primarily staff, to run and broadcast.BUT,
— National Zoo (@NationalZoo) October 1, 2013
The new healthcare.gov health insurance marketplace is open for business.
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