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So what's the deal with the red sculpture on the cell phone tower building?

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Looks interesting.

Hard to photograph going 50mph on the S-curve though.

It may be the only way you can really see it.

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Looks interesting.

Hard to photograph going 50mph on the S-curve though.

It may be the only way you can really see it.

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Anyone able to get pictures? I'm completely in the dark here..

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It's not shaped like a 20' tall red kettle, is it?

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I thought it looked like a red dress. I didn't have a camera but I found a pretty good spot to see it over the s-curve from the second floor of this glass-encased stairway in the engineering building at GVSU Pew campus (above the plaza) before class last night. Any other GVSU students want to get a photo from those digs?

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It is actually a red dress. Just imagine it without a person in it, kind of flowing in the wind.

It's outline is illuminated at night.

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it probably has something to do with womens hearts disease awarness month or whatever it is called. at the gym I go to there are these posters and and all the women are wearing red dresses.

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it probably has something to do with womens hearts disease awarness month or whatever it is called. at the gym I go to there are these posters and and all the women are wearing red dresses.

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Upon reflection, whatever is being billboarded at one of the most prominent 55 mph locations in town would stand out a lot better without the, ah, rooftop accessory looming large over it.

(my paychecks now have a pertinent logo on them, but I still care about aesthetics)

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it probably has something to do with womens hearts disease awarness month or whatever it is called. at the gym I go to there are these posters and and all the women are wearing red dresses.

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