Thursday, December 01, 2005

And I'll bet they don't have access to the tunnels, either

The number of people living in downtown Houston increased by 200% during the 1990s, but only if you include jail inmates. Via Houston Strategies comes the news that 81% of those living in downtown Houston are incarcerated in the overflowing county jail. Notes blogger Tory Gattis, "at least you can say we have high-density residential downtown - although I don't think the guards encourage a very pedestrian-friendly environment."

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