Can you spot the real LAT front page ad?

spot-brown.jpgSatirical website Not the LA Times challenges readers to spot which ads really did appear on (or wrap around) the front page of the Los Angeles Times, and which are merely inspired by the paper's stumbles in the crazy world of innovative ad-editorial separation. For instance, is this one real or the next best thing?

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