In a last ditch effort to jump start the government, the US Senate’s IT staff have decided to try turning the government off and on again.
“It’s so crazy it just might work!” said Kyle Aguila, a Tech Support Engineer at the US Capitol Building. who has been working unpaid during the shutdown . “We’ve literally tried everything else, changing browsers, clearing the cache, running anti-virus software, and appointing a special counsel, so we’re hoping that we’re able to pull this off with a hard reboot.”
At press time, the Senate was heard playing the melodic startup chime.wav as 800,000 hardworking Americans waited with baited breath to see if this would get the government up and running again.
More updates as they becomes available.