Journal: News & Comment

Monday, August 23, 2004
# 8:34:00 AM:


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When you have a young family, a new vehicle doesn't stay that way for long. Already, our Toyota doesn't smell like a new car anymore—the results of a chocolate milk spill in the back seat. That required me to take the seat right out and wash it, so that the interior now smells like Febreze (although, thankfully, the rotten-milk smell is fading rapidly now).

The floor mats have also accumulated their share of dirt and crumbs, the paint job and hubcaps have a few minor road dings, and the dashboard is dusty. On the plus side, the car now feels fully like ours. We call it the "Black Cat."


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