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"Browsers speak this wacky programming language because someone did a rush job on it and you can point at the guy and ask him and he'll apologize for it. But today the reality of JS in the browser is effectively like the reality of the tensile strength of steel [...] most of the time you just have to build a thing with the tools you have."

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