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Microsoft Humor

I stumbled across an interesting site today. At first I thought to myself, $#@* Microsoft is buying Firefox! but it appears to be a very well done parody of how Microsoft once again ripped off what was already there and found a way to screw it up and call it IE7. What's even cooler, is they chose to use Element for their design. Funny stuff.

Check it out: http://www.msfirefox.com/

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