The OP on the question is having problems with jQuery & opacity in IE 9.
The answer here is a chunk of code that merely tells IE visitors to switch browsers. I flagged it as "not an answer" and my flag has been denied.
If this answer had simply been, "do not support IE, use a real browser", it would have been removed as "not an answer". However, since it also contains some code which redirects all IE visitors to, "this site does not support IE, get a real browser", it stands.
This makes no sense. How can merely including a totally irrelevant chunk of code suddenly turn a non-answer into an answer?
Here is the text of my second flag. I'm posting this to show that I indeed did what was suggested in the comments below.
"I am flagging this again. His 'answer' is a script that tells the visitor to upgrade their browser. Therefore, this does not even come close to answering the OP. See comments on answer."
Thank-you everyone for your input. This was very educational.