The squirrel is entering an office with wood paneling and a gray desk. On the desk is a very old looking computer, and sitting at it is a balding, red-headed man with a bow tie and a mustache.
Any IT department in corporate America.
Hey, I need to get a browser installed on the computer at my new cubicle. Is there an install of Firefox?
Firefox, that piece of untested junk?! I don't think so. I'll copy Internet Explorer onto your desktop.
IE8? Ah, man. Everything will have square corners.
Hold on there, little partner! IE8?! What do you think you are, some hot-shot VP with his own laptop?! IE8 is WAY too risky. We'll use IE6. It's been out for over a decade, so it's safe.
Well that sounds incorrect, but if that's the case, can I download the Google Chrome Frame plug-in so it'll load pages properly?
A plug-in?! What are you, a plant from a rival corp?!
That Google plug-in is one giant security risk, full of viruses and trojans! I won't allow it!
From off-scene, Alex Russel comes running in. He's wearing a t-shirt with a monster on it, and waving his arms about angrily. The squirrel and IT guy turn to look at him as he enters.
What in blazes is wrong with you?! Do you know how much out-of-date browsers are costing corporations in America in excess website development costs for compatibility?! Do you know how long I spent on that plugin? Why are you IT people being so freaking stubborn?!
I get paid to fix problems. I call IE6 "job security."
Alex, do you cry yourself to sleep at night?