Exclusive: Congress Takes Cue from Citizenry-Busy with Apps and Gaming Instead of Working.

The following is an -as of post time-unedited and unpublished article submission to The Washington Fancy. Exclusive: Congress Takes Cue from Citizenry-Busy with Apps and Gaming Instead of Working.

by Shaun Kunz

WASHINGTON, DC– A new Washington Fancy/ Belt Parkway Community College joint study has found that the most apps and games downloads in America occurs in the District of Columbia, not even a real state. According to data. the residents and more importantly, the registered employees of the nation’s capital spend the most time downloading and requesting apps, during the workday hours.

Further investigation by The Fancy’s Toby Stevens, showed that the 50 most requested App publishers reported downloads to secure and anonymous servers. “Only the Government and it’s top level affiliates and contractors are classified as such.This is a solid explanation of the fiscal cliff debacle, and the new Angry Birds Star Wars theme in the Congressional Cafeteria.”

So what are the most downloaded apps in the most downloading sector of the most downloading part of the country? The antagonized aviary phenomenon previously mentioned of course, a specialized version of Words with Friends called Evasions and Misdirections with Distinguished Colleagues, and InternFaceTime top the list. A conspicuously popular one is a mobile wallet app which allows users to charge anything to the Congressional Bank.

Toby Stevens explains this heavy usage as “…part of the same dynamic that we all face on a daily basis at our jobs: boredom, complacency, poor prioritizing and lack of accountability in the work-place.”

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