Perhaps you've seen this ridiculous Internet Explorer advertisement that Microsoft posted a few days ago. It's trying to appeal to our nostalgia for the 90s with a montage of assorted consumer goods that have absolutely nothing to do with web browsing, parading a bunch of stock child actors who were not even f*ckin' alive during the 90s, and somehow that's supposed to make me want to go back to IE why!? The only thing I take away is that IE is stuck in the 90s, which is why I don't use it anymore.
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