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No it doesn't because all the essential government services are not shut down.
Derp state clerks are still working for you, they're just not getting paid.
At least you realize that the "shutdown" is non-essential services. In fact, its only 25% of the discretionary budget. The only way they're "working for us" is showing that they don't need to be doing so and we wouldn't miss them if they went away
While I suppose it's non-essential to hike Mt. Wilson from Chantry Flats, it is BS that it is closed as result of government shutdown. Just gonna crowd the Sierra Madre trail that much more with unleashed dogs, Bluetooth speakers, and other kooky behavior.
And one of your quintessential Sovereign Citizen libertarians is also responsible for the Holy Fire, closing down Holy Jim Canyon, Saddleback, and a whole shitload of other nearby places. Sucky for the relatively normal people living there along with the others who enjoy the area.
Nothing is obscene provided it is done in bad taste.