In this slightly unusual and relaxed post, I would like to express my admiration for our all-time top rep user Joel David Hamkins, in the spirit of the jon-skeet-facts post from the sibling stackoverflow site, and more generally to the set-theoretic community here on mathoverflow.

Please don't take it too seriously.

The reputation of Joel David Hamkins is $\omega+136{,}366$. A bug in the mathoverflow software prevents the display of the $\omega$.

Q: Can Joel David Hamkins ask a question that even Joel David Hamkins can't answer? A: Yes. And he can answer it, too.

One day Joel David Hamkins gave a cryptic answer.

The Cray Institute offers \$1000000 for the first one to decipher it.

There is a special gold badge for Joel David Hamkins. It is called set theory.

One day twenty Fields medalists decided to ask on mathoverflow
if the Riemann hypothesis is true.
Unfortunately, they forgot to use the `set-theory`

tag,
and the question remains unsolved to this day.

There is a technique in set theory called forcing. There is a technique on mathoverflow called Hamkins.

The dining philosophers wait while Joel David Hamkins eats.

Joel David Hamkins can recite $\pi$. Backwards.

Joel David Hamkins is in the top 0,00% overall.

Joel David Hamkins's computer did not succeed in taking a snapshot of Joel David Hamkins's profile at 100000 rep. It was not fast enough.

When Joel David Hamkins makes a choice, the Axiom of Choice agrees.

Joel David Hamkins knows if the infinite is even or odd.

somemodel of Peano Arithmetic. $\endgroup$ – Bjørn Kjos-Hanssen Dec 16 '17 at 7:40