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Tampico Seafood Restaurant, 2115 Airline Dr., Norhill, Houston

Photo of Tampico Seafood, 2115 Airline Dr.: Russell Hancock via Swamplot Flickr Pool


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  • Re: City To Tackle Abandoned Shopping Cart Problem

    “What is a homeless person supposed to do when you got your personal stuff to get it from one place to another?”

    Apparently their answer is to STEAL a shopping chart.

  • @WR, to be fair, that guy doesn’t sound very representative of most homeless. Sounds like a newbie who hasn’t gotten robbed yet.
    “…. and his girlfriend are homeless and were camping under a Gulf Freeway overpass.
    They had nine – yes, nine – shopping carts to transport their tent, a stove, and food for them and for their three dogs.”

  • “Ft. Bend power outages” On my side SW side of town noticing lights flickering where they haven’t done so before. Thankfully, don’t live in Ft. Bend–in fact you couldn’t pay me to live there.

  • I love Swamplot, but I wish there was a better way to understand the correlation between the picture on these threads and the article to which it’s associated. To me, it’s not always clear.

  • John: Quite often, there is no correlation. There, solved that one for you!

    But someone needs to do a story about that “Cheese” shop photobombing the pic. I have driven by there 100 times, and would like to know “what’s up with that?”

  • I’m pretty sure it’s just a random picture from the Flickr pool.

  • @Al: That is Houston Dairymaids.

  • That’s Houston Dairymaids! A fantastic and friendly place with craft and artisanal (and local?) cheeses, meats and other products!

    I highly recommend stopping in for some samples; you’re bound to walk out with something.