NEW YORK (CNN) - Feed up with the government shutdown?
You're not alone, and apparently a lot of Americans want to give Congress a piece of their mind.
So they're flocking to a new website that lets visitors order a little payback for lawmakers in Washington.
It's a free service, courtesy of drunkdialcongress.org.
You enter your number at the website. In a couple of seconds, the recorded drunk dialer calls you back. Your call is then forwarded to a randomly chosen representative, so you can give them a piece of your mind.
A digital tech company founded by a former Obama campaign staffer set it up for fun.
They actually won't make any money off of this. In fact, they'll lose some money along the way.
On Thursday afternoon, the website apparently needed a drink because for a while it stopped working.
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