(It's not about anything, but it's not E/N.)
Huh, that's odd. it doesn't even display them all as individual fonts on the main page. When I was writing it, there were a few copies, but now they all look very similar. Oh well, you get the picture.
Comic sans is awful, but I knew a teacher that used it for her elementary students, not because it's the "fun font," but because it's the only one that has a lower case "a" that looks the way children write it (an "o" with a vertical line o|). So, in that regard, I guess it has *some* utility...
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