Woe to California inmates whose lunches don’t agree with them: As part of a conservation program in the state-prison system, at least one prison has introduced a water-saving measure that makes toilets temporarily unflushable if they’re flushed three times in five minutes. As for what else the prisons are doo-ing: A partnership with the state’s public utilities will see energy retrofits at 16 facilities, and is expected to save $3.2 million annually. “We’re trying in the prisons to be smart on crime,” said Matthew Cate of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. “This is an example to be smart fiscally and [on] the environment as well.” Gov. Arnold “That’s Kindergarten Cop to You” Schwarzenegger hailed the agency, which runs the largest state-prison system in the U.S.: “This environmental initiative sets an example for the rest of the country. I applaud CDCR for their … groundbreaking action on climate change and energy efficiency.”