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Jesus. I live in this town. I write about this town. I need the LA Times. But the minute those malicious ignorant idiots redesign it into a big ransom note, as they did in Florida, I will cancel. I already take the NY Times. I'll have to live without local news.

John Shannon


Regarding the possible sale of the Los Angeles Times building:

I hope Zell is selling naming rights. I'm looking forward to the new Sit-N-Sleep Times Building.

You're killing me, Sammy!

Mark L. Hammond

July 3, 2008 12:25 AM • Native Intelligence • Email the editor
 

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