While the government shutdown has affected travelers to national monuments and parks across America, other less popular places have been affected as well.
One of the local impacts hit the midwest earlier this week when Congress decided to pull funding from Cleveland, Ohio, in a move to save budget on excessive spending. While the Factory of Sadness has been a dependable facility in churning out humiliation, the football stadium has been shut down.
The Factory was ready for a busy season of manufacturing misery after trading away starting running back Trent Richardson and relegating quarterback duties to third-stringer Brian Hoyer. But the shutting of doors has led to positivity and happiness while the Browns are in the midst of a two-game winning streak and tied for first in their division.
When the shutdown ends, Cleveland officials ensure that the facility will reopen as quickly as possible and work overtime to meet derp demand for the winter.