While browsing the web late last year, I came across the website of a Pascal otaku. He's really into the language! He has so much info that he's collected, on his website, and he even wrote his own compiler for standard Pascal, written in standard Pascal and adapted from a 1976 compiler.http://www.standardpascal.org/What's the most unusual or niche otaku you've seen? Whose enthusiasm fills you yourself with enthusiasm?
A fan-run website made for Cammy of the SF serieshttp://cammyfan.com/It's real old-school and the dude still keeps updating after all those years; after marriage and all that usual life shit his fanpage has remained a constant. He goes hard in the paint, nigga.
>>2Oh, I've seem this once! Thanks for reminding me about it.
>>1Wow, that complaint near the bottom of his page about the grid pattern is on point. I can't stand to read anything on his site more than a couple minutes tops.
>>4Just disable CSS in your browser. In Firefox it's alt v y n
1980s-90s furries. Not even kidding.
>>7Yeah, people tend to go the extra mile to realize their sexual fantasies. I wish i had a fetish for math or engineering; that would be so useful...
>>9What matters is not how useful something is, but how fun it is. Good thing math is fun.