Currently, it's surprising to me to have the semantics of fork differ
from  thread.

Currently with thread we allow (optionally) for

Thread.new(n) {|n|

}

however fork is always

fork {


}

Which makes it hard-ish-er to swap between the two, and it just
surprises me when I see this fork call that disallows params.
So my RCR is to allow for
fork(n)

Thoughts/feelings?
-r
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