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IE in-page memory leak when using removeChild #2225
Also see this screencast with more links and info: http://allyoucanleet.com/2011/02/16/exploring-the-removechild-single-page-memory-leak/
that's because removeChild doesn't eliminate the node but just remove the child from the element and return it, if you want to really get rid of it just call .destroy() on the result of removeChild.
tested using the same setup used on #2351 and