Malcolm Gladwell wrote in The Tipping Point about the "broken window theory" which basically says that areas of high crime often begin with disorder which can manifest as simple blemishes like broken windows, graffiti, ignored trash, etc. These blemishes send a message: No one cares. I remembered this theory as I passed a white stucco shopping strip this morning while lyrics from a Sesame Street song rose up as well: Which of these things is not like the others/Which of these things just doesn't belong... Located in the strip were the following businesses: Dog Groomer, Goodwill Donation Center, Storage Units, Postal Net, Pawn Shop, Dialysis Center. The decision to put a dialysis center beside a dog grooming facility seems very disordered to me. Isn't that a crime of sorts, like putting a Dunkin' Donuts beside a crematorium?