Mercy Hospital planted some lovely flowers right outside their main entrance a few weeks ago. There's nothing like some cheerful little
Unless those flowers are drenched in pesticides. As these are.
The little sign says "CAUTION. Pesticide Application. Keep off [buster symbol] until 5/19."
This is the kind of profit-maximizing synergy we like to see in the modern health care industry: Mercy Hospital has got their landscapers drumming up business for the oncologists.
[EDIT 5/24: Correction: these are pansies, according to Dr. Turbo. Violets do not get planted in front of hospitals because they have been shown to have a greater effect than placebo flowers in lowering the spirits of the sick and infirm.]