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July 15, 2003

Evan Kirchhoff's Honda

Friedrich --

What was stolen is now found, and only two blocks away. Evan Kirchhoff's postings about the disappearance and reappearance of his Honda are droll little blogging gems. Here, the car is stolen, and here it shows up again.



posted by Michael at July 15, 2003


That is funny. If it makes Evan feel any better, I believe him. Now I must go get ready to meet the Queen of Mars, and plan our strategy for taking over the world...

Posted by: annette on July 15, 2003 10:45 AM

I believe Kevin--my 91 Camry disappeared from a South Philly street, and reappeared in the same spot two weeks later after all hope was gone. Even the seat hadn't been readjusted. There's a very short joyrider in this neighborhood.

Posted by: Nancy Lebovitz on July 15, 2003 12:02 PM

People believe me! Hooray!

My nightmare was that it would be stolen for real soon afterwards, and I'd have to spend a few weeks pointlessly looking for it just to convince the insurance company that it was REALLY gone this time.

Posted by: Evan Kirchhoff on July 20, 2003 5:08 PM

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