Browsers fighting as if they’re children in elementary school Jun 27, 2011• By Abraham• (via Alt-Tab) Share on Facebook Ready for Another One?Give us a few more minutes and we'll make you laugh, cry, gasp, or ache... Guaranteed! A keyboard for pirates Top 10 Jackie Chan fight scenes Get the best of 22 Words in your inbox Like 22 Words on Facebook comments Wendy says: HA! Jason Anspach says: Is Chrome seriously choking Firefox with a piece of rope? What has become of you, elementary school? Jack says: It’s an extension Adam says: Lol Radam Deys says: Why is IE swallowing “glue” ? :/ Mark Jr. says: Nobody uses it anymore; it’s the weird kid that no one hangs out with… Logan says: Actually I still use Internet Explorer and i’ve used Firefox, which isn’t all that great. Newer doesn’t man better. Mark says: Oh God. What version of Internet Exploder? There are many reasons no one likes IE anymore, and some of those reasons go by the names of Standard Compliance, HTML5 support, and CSS3 support.As a Web Developer, IE is the bane of my existence; so many development hours have been sunk into trying to work around IE’s failures. Carl says: So where is my favorite, Opera? No safari either? I suppose he’d just be sharing the glue. Photographer Leia says: I too love Opera. Brenden says: Safari would be the smug rich kid who feels above it all, but inside deeply insecure.Opera would’ve been absent that day. Jason Anspach says: Only a matter of time before the teacher, Netscape Navigator, comes out and breaks it all up. Katherine says: LOL!! probably true :) missi says: No teacher will break that up today in fear of being sued or fired Kevindeed says: reminds me of James Cameron’s allegory:http://twitpic.com/5hu45l Chris Roberts says: Time for Mosaic to slip in and smush all the other kids together. Max says: Naw. Opera isn’t there. He’s home-schooled. Carl says: Bwaahaaha. I was going to go with adding some gender equality and suggest Opera could be a girl, but home-schooled is so much better. Max says: Yes, that’s much better. Opera’s not there. SHE’S home-schooled! ;) Love2Live says: Opera must be pretty darn amazing if she’s homeschooled. Bill says: If Safari were there, shouldn’t he have a little sidekick with him called iOS who is beating down a kid with a Flash logo on? Jim says: WOW….everyone knows flash is waaaaay better. Mark says: iOS would be tripping over Flash, because it doesn’t know it’s there. Ali says: I use IE and I don’t exactly have experience with anything else, except for Firefox which I find very confusing. This is not my fault. Mark says: Please switch to Chrome. For your sake, and for the World’s. Ali says: …and why is Chrome better? IE works fine for me… Kristi says: IE always caused me problems. Viruses, freezes, crashes. Much less of all that on Chrome dsimathguy says: Geez, everyone, stop fighting. It’s not in the browsers, it’s in the computers. I have a computer that can only run IE fast, Chrome doesn’t even work on it. My friend has a computer that uses Firefox with great speed but has Chrome with terrible speed and doesn’t even have IE. We should stop blaming the browsers and blame ourselves for getting computers that run some browsers better than others. Joel says: There is something wrong with all of the computers you mentioned.