Hot! The how, the why [violent crime]

TheGlobeandMail.com – commentary/letters/july-24
Published  Jennifer Wells

After reading Margaret Wente’s article on the Danzig Street neighbourhood in Toronto where two people died in last week’s mass shooting (Portrait Of A Killing Zone – July 23), I paused for a moment and tried to imagine life there.

A page or so later, I saw a description of a $4-million home that boasts a mahogany library and an 1,100-bottle wine cellar. You know the big predictor of violent crime in a city? Income inequality.

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4 Comments

  1. I’d rather and you are parallel lines, forever won’t intersect, but could have been facing keeps good. Because if – denier, that points intersect the farther the away.

  2. Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.

  3. Je préfère traiter avec des lignes parallèles ne se croisent jamais, cependant, a été la mer à garder belle. Parce que si – une fois se croisent, après ce point sera plus éloignés.

  4. La vie a été très simple, mais nous avons aussi ne pouvait pas l’aider à devenir très compliqué.

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