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Curb Your Enthusiasm for The Times

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With all the talk of the downfall of the Los Angeles Times in recent weeks and even some previous discussion about what truly is the paper of record for most locals, we laughed out loud when one of the key plot points of this week's Curb Your Enthusiasm centered around the theft of Larry David's morning edition of the Times...the New York Times.

Poor LA Times...you can't even be the most important news source in Los Angeles in the fictional world.