I love pens. I've had indepth conversations about the merits of the Pilot Precise v5. I've talked with friends about the relative uselessness of the Sakura Gelly Roll. I've even bought a Rapidograph or two in my time, just to say taht I've used the really spiffy engineering pens at least once.
After college, I got a job in the printing industry because I was fascinated and enamored with the concept of quantity. Essentially, I adored the idea of pointing to a pallet and saying, 'that's mine, and it's right.' There was also the nearly unlimited access to pens and paper.
Being fascinated with quantity, and having a love of pens means that I've collected a whole lot of pens over the years. And, like anyone who has a fascination with numbers and quantity, that bin only gets larger. Join me on an entertaining journey of pens, paper, and geekishness.