Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Circulation Increases by 142,000 Copies at the Los Angeles Times

In anticipation of brisk single copy sales the circulation of the Los Angeles Times was increased by 100,000 copies this morning, yet the demand far exceeded available copies as everyone ran out of the much desired Los Angeles Times this morning. At 10:00 am today we produced an additional 42,000 copies of the newspaper, and held a press on standby if anyone needed to resupply their stands.

My colleague Bill Conover stated, “We should have an election every week”. Not a bad idea as everyone is reading the Los Angeles Times today!


Nubia said...

Hats off to the pressmen and presswomen of the LA Times for your efforts and dedication to those of us who appreciate PRINT!

May you forever prosper.

Nubia said...

Additionally...You ROCK!

inkstainedretch1 said...

Congragulations on printing an extra 100,000 papers but does anyone get how screwed we are? We are over ten trillion dollars in debt and now we have a president that wants to tax and spend us into oblivion. We shall see what happens in January. I hope everyone does well but from what I saw from the stockmarket today I do not think it will go well. Good luck/

Eddo said...

Hold on now just a darned minute inkstainedretch1. As Ann Coulter said - "In the spirit of reaching across the aisle, we owe it to the demo(n)crats (I added that n, I couldn't help myself) to show their president the exact same respect and loyalty that they have shown our recent Republican president. Starting tomorrow, if not sooner." Yell and scream as loud as you can.

Send emails and letters to the congress and senate everytime they try to pull something. Get ten of your friends and relatives to do the same thing and tell them to get ten relatives and friends to do the same thing.