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by The Annoyed Man
Fri May 31, 2019 9:47 am
Forum: The Crime Blotter
Topic: TX:The mean streets of Houston
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Re: TX:The mean streets of Houston

philip964 wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 11:15 pm
joe817 wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 1:18 pm
Is all of this happening throughout the city, or is it concentrated in a few bad areas?
Houston is like anywhere else there are good and bad areas. Your radar usually tells you where you are.

That said the woman who was punched ( watch the video ) happened at an HEB that services some of the more expensive areas of town. That happening there was quite a surprise. But if you notice it was a homeless person. They tend to hang out where there is traffic to get handouts.

That said although crime is suppose to be getting better. I’m not seeing it here in Houston. To me it is worse.

I was in Paris, France 15 years ago, in side the loop freeway that was the historic part of town, it was beautiful everywhere I looked. I later told people I stayed near Guarde du Nor, the North train station. Everyone was shocked I was still alive, as that was a bad part of town.

The beauty of Paris had switched off my radar.
I was there 15 years ago too! But we stayed in the apartment of a former French Supreme Court justice, in a very nice neighborhood. As a child, I lived in the 16th arrondissement for a little over a year...which was also a nice area. Paris IS a beautiful city, but it’s biggest problem is that it’s full of unreasonable French people. :mrgreen:

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