Create a new, fast, strictly typed programming language with organized project structure, normal package manager, dynamic syntax extensions (that means you can change the syntax of the language if you like!) and (most importantly) if statements which are written like this:
(bananas == 0) -> print 'No bananas!';

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    Close enough
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    Changing language syntax is a bad idea because that creates read-only code. Pretty much one of the reasons why LISP has failed.

    If anything, READING the code should be made easy, not primarily writing.
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