Who reads the LA Times these days?
We let their comments section to this story answer the nettlesome question: who the hell reads the LA Times these days?
People who like to speculate: "Maybe, it was a skit gone wrong for Jack ASS 4...."
Conspiracy theorists: "I just hope it wasn't another suicide attempt as a result of the struggling economy. "
People with great hearts: "I'm sorry for the loss but this person is an idiot."
Would-be fact-checkers: "Sure, the car fell from the fourth story of the garage, but if the first floor is at ground level, then it only fell three stories."
Utter pessimists: "That could be any of our parents in their old age."
The litigious among us: "The city should be sued for every penny it enjoys because it failed to make allowance for 76 year old drivers whom it "allows" to drive and who are more prone to have accidents, to be in an "unsafe" environment."
And especially these days, the LA Times is read by: people who don't even blink when the former fishwrap of record calls the deceased driver of a car an "occupant."