Oh by the way, folks,
Today we celebrate the birthday of Oscar Hammerstein I, born in 1847. He was the grandfather of Richard Rodgers's famous compadrione.
And I was just wondering something. If "I" is singular and "us" is plural, how come Latin words ending in "-us" are singular and ending in "-i" are plural? Did those ancient Romans do things backwards?
Well anyhow, here I am still sick in bed.
And I think my switch from Opera to Safari is largely a success. I suspect Opera may be on the skids anyhow. From what I understand, the last two versions of Opera have been nothing but previous versions of Chrome with a few cosmetic mods. So if you're using Opera you're really using last year's Chrome, so you might as well just dump Opera and go straight to Chrome.
So sad. When Opera was first introduced it was grandly proclaimed to be the best intermuck bruiser on the web, and now it's a senile old has-been.
So maybe I'll try Chrome just for jollies. But for now, Safari is working great for me. Even though it was designed for Muckintrash it seems to work fine on Windblows.
So Sayonara, Dearest Opera! You was a great bruiser in your day! May you rust in piece!
Signs of life