St. Petersburg, Florida

St. Petersburg
There is no explanation for the atrocity of this flag. Arguably, St. Petersburg, Florida, is one of the nicer places to live in the United States. Sure, you have to dodge the occasional hurricane. And global warming turn the city into a modern day Atlantis. I couldn’t find an explanation of this flag anywhere. Five Skittles colored bands with a superimposed reversed out pelican. That’s what I’m talkin’ about. I love a large sea bird that swallows up fish live and then vomits the fish sluice into the distended gullets of its young. Nothing represents the senior citizens that call the Gulf Coast home than a pelican. The modified gay pride flag colors of the bands represents the ambiguous sexuality of the majority of the city’s residents.

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