When I'm using a computer other than this one - which is powered by elastic bands, cotton reels and matchsticks, and is therefore unsuitable for seeing the Daily Mail website, something which is a boon to my happiness but a detriment to this blogging - I find something curious happens on the Mail's site.
Every time I try to push it to the back of the screen, the bastard comes popping up again. Every time I try and open another window in front of it, the little joker boots it out of the way and bounces right to the front instead. The fury of it all! Every time you think you've kicked Littlejohn into touch, he bounds back into view again, like a boomerang turd.
What I want to know is: how the jiminy does it do it? I know little of computer technology, so would be interested to know. Secondly: how can I stop the pesky little bleeder from being such a bully? Is there some way of making sure it goes back in its kennel when I want it to?
I use internet explorer when I do see the Mail, by the way, if that helps the technologically minded among you to diagnose the problem.