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RSS Feeds - Java Script

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I'm using RSS Feeds on Thunderbird. They seem to work fine, but in two of them, respectively, I receive the following messages:

In one I receive: "Our menu is located here, but it looks like you don't have Java Script enabled."

In the other I receive "Your browser does not support script. Please see the site map."

Each message is in the relevant RSS Feed. Otherwise, the RSS Feeds appears fine to me.

Other than the obvious, what do the messages mean?

And what does one do about them?

And what are the consequences?

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