Now that the government shutdown is over, people in the D.C. area can get back to what really matters: First World problems.
— Sherri Ly (@SherriLyDC) October 17, 2013
— Joyce Kazadi (@JKazadi) October 17, 2013
One bad thing about the gov't shutdown over- long lines at Starbucks again #reallifeprobs
— Katelyn Elizabeth (@kateselizabeth) October 17, 2013
All the damn Federal workers come back and create havoc at Starbucks!
— Dan Stipanovich (@CTownStip) October 17, 2013
Sign the #shutdown has ended: long line in my starbucks this morning. Welcome back workers! Now hurry up and order.
— Lyndsay Duncombe (@lyndsayd) October 17, 2013
I can tell the government is open, Starbucks Is beyond packed.
— UVBeauty (@MyssBart) October 17, 2013
— Isaac D. Pacheco (@warriorwriter) October 17, 2013
The Starbucks is crowded again. The government must be back open"–#thingsdadssay
— Bianca Spinosa (@BSpinosa) October 17, 2013
Federal workers are finally back at work (Yea!) and the line at Starbucks has tripled since yesterday (Boo!)
— Premia Hammarbi (@hammarbi) October 17, 2013
Hello, crowded public transportation!
I'm already missing the shut-down volume – or rather, lack there of – on Metro. Back to over-crowded trains and delays :-b
— Rachel Kerestes (@rkerestes) October 17, 2013
— julia steinberg (@Julia_Gulia1) October 17, 2013
— Caylin N (@caylinnnieto) October 17, 2013
Some are taking it harder than others.
Signs shutdown is over: bus line is again crowded hellscape of human misery, symbol that we're all just specks in this commute called life.
— monica hesse (@MonicaHesse) October 17, 2013