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Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2008 16:02:04 -0500
To: orphanpictures@gmail.com
Subject: the memory card found in Chicago is my boyfriends

The memory card found in Chicago's union station is my boyfriend's. However, the grand prix is mine. The license plate number is either [confirmed!]. . . I'm not really sure how this website works but please email me back how we can get the memory card returned.

Thank you so much.

Trish


You are welcome Trish. Your pictures are on their way home to you. Please consider making a YouTube video about this when you get them so we can share it with everyone.


20 comments:

kim said...

aww yea go success!

CMD said...

YAY!!!!!

Tina-cious.com said...

That's so awesome!

I keep checking your site to see if my $800 digital camera that I lost in an Albany park about 3 years ago turns up.

I had just gotten it for my birthday. I'm still broken up about it. I hope some honest person returns it to me.

This site is a great idea!

Ana Pires said...

This is such a beautiful idea! And I see it works too.

You've gotten yourself another reader :)

Lez said...

this site is so wonderful! i will keep on the look-out for any orphaned cameras and memory cards! I live in NYC, but I will try to help owners reunite with their memories!

thank you!
i discovered this website through Neil Gaiman's blog! And I will gladly pass this along!

Katie said...

What an AWESOME idea!! I'm hoping to find a lost camera!!! :)

VertigoVirgo said...

YAY! Trish! :)

Ellisa said...

I'm so glad that these pictures are on their way back to their owner! They are just great pictures.
Great Blog!

TG said...

Great idea!

TexasDex said...

I'm amazed, and rather pleased, that the first match happened so soon. Let's keep up the good work!

Jenna said...

I left my brand new G9 on the Trax in SLC on Monday. I cry every time I think about it. But I am starting to feel better knowing that other people are having theirs returned to them!

Anonymous said...

And the world gets better everyday. Thanks for being such a great example to others.

Heather said...

I let out an audible "WOO HOO" when I saw this. I've really enjoyed following this blog.

random person said...

this blog is awesome! I know how much pictures mean to me, so it's great that lost picture will have a chance to return to their owners. my developed pictures got given to the wrong person at costco, so hopefully those people will find this place so I can get mine back too:)

Anonymous said...

This is too cool. Keep up the good work ppl!

Anonymous said...

i wanted to make a website like this after losing a camera at niagara falls.. i am so glad someone actually did, and amazed that someone has already had their pictures returned!! keep up the awesome work!

Jessie said...

Jenna, I live in SLC and if I found your camera, I'd definitely communicate via this site. I'm sure there's someone in this city who will return it to you.

Anonymous said...

I work at a store in the Minneapolis/St.Paul International Airport- I feel like promoting this site there, but don't know of a good way to do so. Any thoughts? Jy e-mail address is: andreakj681@yahoo.com

Andrea

Jodie Jane said...

I think this is a great idea but I likve in the UK. Any ideas if there is the same thing over here?

Brandy said...

This site is awesome. I found some pictures in old books from a second hand store, i'm going to scan them and see if they are claimed!
I LOVE THIS SITE! we need more pics on here!

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