Back when I was working, our corporation had a “login script” that ran each time someone logged into Windows. It took a while. The first thing the script did was to display the message: “Patience is a virtue.” Among my faults, lack of patience probably ranks up there near the top, and so it is totally out of character for me to do what I am about to do: be patient.
I have spent the past 4 hours researching, writing and rewriting a long article for publication on this web site. It involved some new ideas (for me) about the coding of data on 1961 Hawaiian Birth Certificates. It could be published as it stands, but it could be better with information I might be able to get tomorrow. So I’m going to wait, as much as it galls me. All I will say is that I am not satisfied with ANY of the current explanations of the penciled notations on Hawaiian certificates.
This article allows me to let off some of the tension.