I think the photo snafu thing from yesterday has resolved. I suppose Tuesdays post will be the proving ground for an actual fix.
I'm in a non-creative mood, but my friend Sal (Philadelphia Sal, not Cleveland Sal....who isn't really my friend anymore) provided me a funny (?) video. It's all of 30 seconds long, and semi-timely.
With only 24 letters in the Greek alphabet, we are already on 13. Honestly, I heard of a Lambda variant, but nothing between Delta and Lambda. And I certainly didn't hear of a Mu or Nu.
....and yes, I know the Greek alphabet.
So with hurricanes they can't just start naming things over with A if necessary. That's harder to do with just an alphabet. It seems epidemiologists and infectious disease experts have boxed themselves in here. And I don't think we're running out of variants anytime soon.