City and County Governments are drooling with envy over Louisville's age old solution for housing and feeding the many prisoners that go through their portals of power.
They borrowed a page from Soylent Green and offered it up as food for those whose hospitality the prisoners are forced to enjoy.
It comes in myriads of colors, textures, and is chock full of nutrients. It even can make some of the prisoners have super powers, such as glowing in the dark, projectile vomiting over 10 feet, and phenomenal energy storage in the form of weight gain.
Dorm 2 of the women's lockup had an eerie glowing in the dark from some of the inmates that partook of the unique fare. The brown, gelatinous substance which looked like the gravy was actually chocolate pudding, but the engineers are working on that problem even as I type.
Street names for this fare are as follows: bologna sandwiches, scalloped potatoes, chocolate pudding, orange drink, and bread. It costs roughly a quarter per serving.