Among the quirks in the very quirky John Irving novel “The World According to Garp” is a scene in which the protagonist is shopping for a new home when a small aircraft crashes into the upper story. Rather than be dissuaded by the event, Garp wants to buy the home in the belief that it would be immune from mishaps, having survived one already. This notion that lightning never strikes the same place twice (actually it does) was tested this week in Midwest City when a home at a T intersection was hit by a car for the second time in six months. Homeowners Michael and Lindsay Bower were just getting the house back to normal when the second crash occurred. The driver of the car in the latest crash was arrested on a complaint of drunken driving. Perhaps some white lightning was involved in this example of the Garp theory’s limited link to reality.