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Favorite survey answer so far

Take the surveyLess than twelve hours into Pledge Week and the number of replies to the LA Observed Visitor Survey is fast approaching 200. Thank you for helping. I'd like to crack four figures before closing the survey, so please click the box or this link if you haven't taken a minute or two to have your say. Out of the wealth of insight, surprises and smart write-in comments flowing in, this terse three-worder made me laugh out loud:

lay off dupars

Kind of like a ransom note! So far, Eli Broad is a slight favorite over David Geffen as a prospective Times buyer among LA Observed readers. There's also a lot of sentiment for Times columnist Joel Stein embedding with a military unit in Iraq and the Beckhams announcing shortly that they are Scientologists. Hey, what's a survey without a little fun. Cast your vote for the top media L.A. stories of 2007.

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