A nostalgic reader:
John: I must be reader #3,478 to mention this, but on the off chance that I’m not: I would take solace at the Inca/Inka switch by noting that our youth, doing a Google search for “Inka,” will now be exposed to the work of the great Jimmy Durante.
(My own favorite Durante moment: on his radio show, he once had Lucille Ball as a guest. He greeted her with — paraphrase, I may have missed a word or two — “I’m overwhemin’ Lucille. The exuberance of this unctious occasion, and the mere quintessence of your celestial radiance, permeates my boutiful soul with palpatations of grandiosious joconunity.” She: “Jimmy, if you think that over, I’m sure you’ll take it back.” He: “Take it back, nuthin’! I had a hard enough time getting rid of it!”)
[Me] You were in fact reader #1 with that, Sir, so thanks for taking the trouble. Durante was one of America’s 1940s/50s entertainers who somehow we never heard about on the other side of the pond, and by the time I got here, he was gone. Judging from that clip, I missed something.