Washington Post columnist and Slate contributor Richard Cohen makes a stab at some Grazergate humor. Didn't work for me, but your mileage might vary. Excerpt of "One Man's Desperate Attempt to Quit the Los Angeles Times" follows:
Every time I announce I'm leaving, a more senior editor ups and quits and grabs all the attention, and, in the second place, I do not know anymore who my editor is, who the editor is, who the publisher is, and who owns the company....
I walk the halls with my resignation in my hands. It is a brief document, rather nicely written, I think, but either I cannot find anyone to read it or those who do simply shrug, say something like, "Get in line," or, because they are in the Internet or TV section of the company, cannot read at all. I mean, they're functionally literate, if words like "functionality" can be considered literate, but they never get the meaning of things. All they ever say is, "Reboot, reboot."
Meanwhile, Daniel Radosh draws the link between the op-ed about sewer pipes that ran Wednesday in the Times and the basically identical spam email that has been hitting in-boxes (from varying "senders") for the past couple of weeks.