I saw that one on the big screen and almost immediately had an idea for a fun little web project. I spent a very long weekend tweaking some fairly complicated CSS to get just the look I wanted; and I made sure at every step that it worked in Firefox and Safari.
I figured I could just conform it to Internet Explorer at the end, with a little help from Quirksmode. What was I thinking? When I looked at it in IE, I wanted to cry. Partly because I realized it would take another whole weekend to make it work, and partly because I was reminded that wed designers still have to worry about that scourge, that rat-faced imbecile of a browser.
Anyway, long story short: I didn't make any noise about the project because I thought I'd eventually get around to making it work in IE. But now I don't care: it's a funny little project and Internet Explorer is the devil anyway. It still seems to work in Safari and Firefox, and is probably broken in Explorer.
Lines on a Plane - what should Samuel L. Jackson say in the sequel to Snakes on a Plane?
Check it out. Be funny.