Sneak is delighted to see that the Firefox browser has made its way out of beta and into the tinder-dry chicken-coop that is the Internet-Explorer-dominated web. One thing did occur to Sneak, however. What is it with the logo? Nice flaming fox, but exactly which world is it that Foxy is encircling? The British Isles seem to be there, kind of, and the Iberian peninsula as well. But what's with Africa? Why does the continent look like it's been squashed and stretched, like some huge tectonic clown's balloon, into the shape of a sausage-dog's head? Given this geographically questionable imagery, Sneak for one will not be using Firefox to arrange any travel plans.
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