Is C# Object Oriented? I'd thought it was Object Based like most of the other visual languages. (Yeah, the distinction is significant. Object-based retains some of the advantages of procedural without giving up the key advantages of OOness.)
Speaking, I had a chance to play with Python a few months ago. What a sweet language. They made some odd decisions in parts of the API, but it has some of the best string and comma-delineated-list handling I've ever seen.
It's also designed to be readable under most circumstances, something I've come to appreciate.
"Words that make questions may not be questions at all."
- Neil deGrasse Tyson, answering loaded question in ten words or less
at a 2010 talk MCed by Stephen Colbert.