Two giant red spots made the news yesterday:
NASA’s spacecraft Juno captured the most prominent images yet of Jupiter’s famous red spot. Why the eruption causing Jupiter’s swirl has lasted for centuries is unknown.
Meanwhile, I captured the most prominent image yet of the not-so-famous red spot on my arm. The cause of this raging eruption–which by the grace of God, prescription drugs, and calamine lotion will soon end–is now known: Poison ivy!
My wife offered these words of awe when she saw the latest images of Jupiter: “How beautiful! I wish I could go there!”
My wife offered these words of awe when she saw the latest image of my arm: “How disgusting! Get away from me!”