I almost have been thinking of starting my own little personal gaming site where I can create my own fanfic gaming stories and post my own strats, taking up inspiration from one of the greatest game modders with a sense of humor coming from Brazil. My self-learning on my Internet surfing over the last several months in Spanish (many Spanish mod sites), French, German, Italian, Portuguese (Mixmods), Russian (VK), Chinese (KanColle Ripoffs/Girls Frontline), Korean (Korean-based games), Indonesian (GTAInd and Gombolori), and Japanese (MMD, .JP modding blogs, KanColle, Niconico, Bowlroll, etc.) is good enough I now auto-translate them. That way, when I visit these places again, I won't be prompted to make auto-translations into these languages, though some parts of certain foreign sites cannot be fully translated, and thus no option of auto-translate would occur, forcing me to use Google Translate and try to make sense of it. At least I do know to an extent in the past how to set my PC's language.
Of course, I may have to wait until I get my PC formatted to Windows 10 and ramp up my PC's specs to meet today's standards, because while mine can handle some graphic mods and plenty of HD models going about their day with very little performance impact in FPS (Geez, what a beast), I might have to boost my RAM capacity if I have to go for high-RAM cost-to-benefit mods. The only thing that would get in my way when trying to get so many HD mods is whether the PC can handle it and even watched someone's "But can it run on GTA San Andreas?" and had a few good laughs here and there.
This is what happens when you effed up your modded game after you only modded just a little, totally unprepared, I know I once did when I first trying it out:
As you can see, this example image was on a GTA:SA 1.0 in its heyday with only few mods installed, notice how the game world underneath CJ begins to suffer a Blue Hell type glitch but without falling off and teleporting. That is because the amount of streaming the game can take in a vanilla state has hit the limit, and that limit is quite low, about no more than 13.5 MB, very understandable to fix. It only occurs when not in an interior, a common problem for unprepared beginners. Thanks to Silent in his early days of modding, this is usually amended up to a certain higher threshold until the coming of his Patch Mod with periodic updates, which completely removes that limit altogether among other bugs. I called this bug "The First Obstacle: Streaming Blue Hell Glitch". It will eventually crash your game if you continue playing the game in that state without quick intervention.