I guess because you're not used to the other side of the tracks. But also, if they're not particularly nice toward you then you automatically start analysing their faults subconsciously. It's like a defense mechanism.
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Ranked 6th on IE and 2nd on Google Chrome - at the same time! Any idea why that happens?
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