The above is a challenge to write the least efficient Hello World program. My entry generates a program with over 1600 GOTO statements.
To get Kewbie's Part 1 to execute, I just commented out SpiralOut, but I wasn't patient enough to watch it all the way through.
A challenge involving the creation of screen savers using a minimal number of lines. Some of the entries are really good.
Also, this is interesting:
>blatant abuse of looping functions
a few interesting jokes could be based on that. We (people who have responded to those challenges, and others) are the "code molesters", we can't be trusted around QBASIC, etc. It reminds me of a Dilbert cartoon where Dilbert, after having been caught trying to relocate his computer, accepted a plea bargain of "lewd conduct with appliances". Wally then taunted him: "Would you like a minute alone with 'Mr. Coffee'?"