The Band-Aid Painting on All Children’s Hospital

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Obviously there were several contenders around Tampa Bay for this coveted slot. It could’ve gone to Sham Auto Repair, or that place that rents rims. Scientology was in the running, as were Ronda Storms, the NHL and the disappearance of the fantastic falafel shop in downtown St. Pete. But nothing could top that giant Band-Aid thing on the side of the Children’s Hospital. Maybe it was a good idea originally, the Band-Aid signifying healing and all. But the rainbow? The swirls? A friggin’ blood spot? Couldn’t you have at least put up an unused one? What the fuck? Drive to the stoplight at Fourth Street S. and Sixth Avenue S. in St. Pete. Look up. And then look down. Quickly.

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