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the insistence on bundling visible changes and ui overhauls and removed features with "necessary" security updates and labeling people who don't want updates as a result as whiny change-averse boomers is an abusive tactic to get us to all accept that everything in our lives is a licensed service from a megacorp and subject to its whims, not an object we own and control ourselves, and the number of y'all who buy into it is v frustrating

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"but it's haaard to support old things" then you didn't design it right, you should be able to maintain things without throwing them out every two years and you should be obligated to as a duty of releasing your cursed code into the public space

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yes i should damn well be able to view your website on internet exploder 6, for the simple reason that i can still use a washing machine made at the same time it was

stop making things intentionally designed to become garbage

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i'm not entirely serious about ie6 but i'm not entirely un-serious either, y'know?

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@alexisvl
I'd agree on netscape navigator and lynx. But ie6 has always been so horribly broken. Your website wouldn't or shouldn't even run on it when ie6 was around.

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