Microsoft Pushes IE8 with Video about Vomiting



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Raiju Still hase the video, I want to know what the guy says when he got bleeped.


Raijū (雷獣,"thunder animal" or "thunder beast") is a legendary creature
from Japanese mythology. Its body is composed of either lightning or



Woah, The O.M.G.I.G.P. video has been removed from all the video sites it was on. Now I want to see it.



It makes me think of my name here!



Taking Dean Cain's credibility and slapping it on a fucking terribad browser. Probelms off the release "featured" inability to use many office based programs, and ones that did some form of opening another page, and then interacting information with the previous window were disallowed by a feature called XSS. Turning XSS off was a pain in the ass. It was slower than Firefox 3 was on beta. Also many web designers (Especially ones who used dynamic php based websites) were pissed off to see that unless your site was static and strait flash or html, it was considered an "old" design. Compatability mode solved this, however why should a website done on the Web 2.0 platform be labelled as "designed for older browsers" and the old style HTML based pages are considered new? I know one site that runs from ASP, and that one was also messed up withou comptability mode, which is ironic because ASP is a microsoft based website technology. PHP is actually the new style of doing things. Internet Explorer 6 processes dynamic php sites the same way 8 does without compatability mode on. Microsoft needs to stop building from the ground up, and instead build from what worked best. 7 wasn't great, but it was pretty alright.

I don't like Microsoft, I associate with it.



I'm a big fan of vommiting. It always makes me laugh.



Well it's gonna make people remember what it is



I thought these were pretty funny. The vomit one was a bit munch but all good nonetheless.




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