I’m stumped. Can anybody tell me why the following code won’t work in

var $ready = document.observe.curry('dom:loaded');

This code should – and does in other browsers – allow you to call:

$ready(function () {
    // do things on dom ready

…instead of…

document.observe('dom:loaded', function () {
    // do things on dom ready

I use dom:loaded a lot in my code, and so was looking for a quicker
way of typing it. Obviously, I could do the Lowpro-style:

var $ready = function (fn) {
    document.observe('dom:loaded', fn);

but I think .curry is a much more elegant method.
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