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Well to update on an earlier story I have to say the karma of me returning the wallet came full circile. Today my girlfriend called down to the local police department and it turns out that somebody had found my iPod on the street and turned it in.

Kind renews your confidence in the good character of people. Whoever was the kind sole that picked up 250 bucks that was lying on the street and turn it in. I am forever thankful. How fantastic. Wish I knew who they where so I could buy them a couple rounds.

Damn. Finding the iPod was great but the boost of knowing there are great people out there might been even more encouraging.

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Peen said... @ 4/20/2006 09:42:00 PM

Dude not to bring you down or anything but Derek Lee broke his wrist. That sucks.

JT said... @ 4/20/2006 10:01:00 PM

the iPod story is awesome. That shit definitely gives me fresh faith in humanity, without doubt.

The DLee shit makes me want to curl up in a ball and cry.

matt said... @ 4/20/2006 11:42:00 PM

so great when karma doesn't smack you upside the head, but puts an iPod back in your bag! great news (and, unfortunately, almost hard to believe, espec. w/ all news about stick up kids targeting anyone w/ white ear buds (but maybe not so much in the Green Mt State)).

anyway glad you got the tunes back --cheers

K. said... @ 4/21/2006 09:33:00 AM

yeah the d. lee thing is tough. guess they are going to have walker at first and get hairston at 2b.

rough the cubs now have debatably three all-stars on the DL. tough to replace the irreplaceable.

Haldan said... @ 4/21/2006 12:19:00 PM

my friend lost his wallet and then got it in the mail with his 50 bucks still in it.

Nate. said... @ 4/22/2006 03:14:00 AM

great to hear you got the iPod back. really shows that there are some great people still out there. however, something tells me that if that happened here in Los Angeles, result wouldn't be the same. question though, with such an eclectic taste in music, a nano is enough for your tunes?

K. said... @ 4/22/2006 08:53:00 AM

thanks nate. actually i have an iPod as well (20gb). its one of the originals i use that quite a bit the nano is just great for the size and i can use it when i "work out" and go running.

nico said... @ 4/22/2006 05:17:00 PM


I love these kinds of stories.

Spelunk said... @ 4/23/2006 05:28:00 PM

Word. That's why I gotta move back to my home state soon, the people are just so unconditionally nice.

Steph said... @ 4/24/2006 04:30:00 PM

dude, melissa told me about that & my very response was "only in vermont" - if anyones deserves a break like that it's you!

Anonymous said... @ 4/27/2006 12:00:00 AM


Makes me feel good about being a human. There are lots of wonderful people in the world. Just having the oipportunity to occasionally interact with them is so enriching.


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