A quick back story.
Now, this person looked about him and saw that every other piece of software (of note) was laden with semicolons and said to @fat, "Yo dude. What's up with that?" To which @fat replied, "The parser is gracious and lenient. It permits me to leave the semicolons out and so I do."
@fat, hurt by this rebuke, cried out, "I am merely what you made me! You permitted me to create without semicolons and now you bind my hands and call me a monster!" Looking at his hands with wild eyes he announced, "Then a monster I shall be! And with these hands, I will unmake you."
This semicolon issue is much more fun written this way.
Let me reiterate, just in case it wasn't clear: In the service of 'aesthetics', @fat writes code that uses tricks that bear resemblance to entries in a competition whose goal is to demonstrate the importance of coding style through irony.
And because I hate to explain anything without the use of analogy, it's as if Stephanie Meyers wrote the Twilight series using Washington Post's Worst Analogy Contest as her style guide, and Shakespeare rose from his grave to tell her to cut it out.
My money's on zombie Shakespeare.