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From: dufresne at (Ron DuFresne)
Subject: HOW TO BREAK XP SP2 POPUP BLOCKER: kick it in
	the nut !

In a similiar thread on another list, Marcus Ranum had this quotable:

As Sun Tzu said, "when you are dealing with motherf*ckers
who make endless excuses - cut the first one's head off,
and the excuses will suddenly stop."


Ron DuFresne

On Mon, 13 Dec 2004, Scott Renna wrote:

> I'd speculate for several reasons.  I've actually heard it said in my
> organization that people don't want to use Firefox, because certain
> sites don't display properly or at all with it.  Even after being told
> there is an extension to view a page in IE, they still use that argument...
> wrote:
> > On Fri, 10 Dec 2004 23:42:07 EST, Scott Renna said:
> >
> >> many more fun ones like these until people start to
> >>migrate away from IE.....
> >
> >
> > If the stuff in the past hasn't already urged them to migrate, why should
> > a small thing like being able to beat the popup blocker make them move?
> >
> > I'd put a smiley on that, but it's a serious question - you need to understand
> > why they haven't *already* moved before you can even think about getting them
> > to migrate.
> >
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