wes at triconet.org
Sun Aug 12 16:19:07 EDT 2018
Yep, just like "government shutdowns" where all non-essential people stay home.
(I always wondered why, it they are non-essential they are on the payroll in the
first place, but what do I know, I'm just a taxpayer.) But what gets shut down
first are things like National Parks, which have immediate effect on lots of people.
What are the effects on the budget of running WWV/WWVB? The electric bill I
would guess. When John Q. Public's "atomic clock" stops working, they'll find a
way to pay the bill.
On 8/12/2018 11:58 AM, djl wrote:
> Just a word: When budget cuts are announced, the agencies put the most
> valued "stuff" to be cut first, such as the Washington monument, etc. This is
> a recognized ploy. When the dust settles, all may be well. . .
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