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Those most likely to be offended include
politicians, celebrities, and those who expect satiric
writing to adhere to the rules of political correctness.
Satiric Press has given in to the devil's temptation, and uses Internet Explorer 6 (gasp!) for Windows XP (gasp again!) when
producing each issue... we are aware that things may not look as pretty on earlier versions of IE, and that they may look
downright horrible on Netscape. (Possibly all versions of Netscape, we don't know.) The same goes for Mozilla, Opera, AOL, and whatever
other browsers are out there for Windows/Mac/Linux/whatever. You see, in addition to falling to temptation, we routinely commit
the sin of Laziness (horrors!), and do not try out the site using any of those.
That being the case, we encourage any readers having difficulty to turn to the Dark Side and install IE (or perhaps simply
a more up-to-date version of whatever browser you swear by... it's up to you...)
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