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Nothing stops them but love for their fellow man, I'm afraid. Of course, the same thing applies to leaning under your car and cutting the flexible brake lines on both sides, or letting the air out of your tires, or loosening your sump plug so it falls out during your next trip. Cars are fragile and quite ephemeral things.
There's great wisdom in kindness towards those around you.
As a matter of interest, are you sure your '92 Accord was actually keyed to your ignition key and not just exactly the right size/shape to accept a Honda ignition key of that vintage? I've never heard of one that was actually keyed uniquely to the ignition key, seems like a rather needless expense.
As regards the Pilot, even without prying the little plug out of the slot, you can simply pop the surrounding trim piece off (The big one to the left of the radio/AC stack) and poke a finger at the plastic bit the tip of the key engages with. No tools (or even fingernails) required.
2011 Touring 4x4 RES, Dark Cherry Pearl & Beige. "The HDMI Wagon"
2014 Subaru Impreza WRX STI 5-door, Suspiciously Glittery White. "The Guinea Pig" (or less charitably "The Midlife Crisis")
2008 Acura RDX w/ Tech package, Boring Dark Grey. "The Red Headed Stepchild"
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