Ok all, I'm freaked. Have any of you seen this, and can anyone explain how it happens?
I normally delete unread anything that has FWD in the subject line, I've seen it or someting like it too many times in 11 years online. I know you probably do the same thing, so it's possible a lot of you haven't seen it.
It's a silly little graphic of a card dealer and an array of 6 or 7 cards. You're supposed to pick one, scroll down, and find that card was removed from the second display.
(This thing comes up in the goog under Le Woogie Card Trick.) Anyway, the web version is a flash cartoon-type thing with music and clicks...but the html e-mail version I got didn't have clickable spots; you just select your card in your mind and scroll down to find it gone. Scoll back up, and mind-pick another, scroll back down, and now THAT one is gone.
What I don't get is -- I can see on the version with clickable spots that the graphics are changed, even though I have no clue how the right card is always selected for removal.
BUT using the e-mail one, there is no clicking, no re-draw, nothing to change the visible graphics on the mail page...HUH?
HOW does that work? I pulled on the scroll bar, so it's not even a mouse-over effect, might be related to visable property in the viewport or something like that. Or is it...SATAN? lol