If you restyle everything to fit it becomes an unusable hot mess. It's basically a trade off between what's necessary to see and what can fit. I think Kier & Mike found the right balance.<insert crazy rant about how responsive design doesn't mean dropping content and means restyling it so it fits regardless... or not >
I don't care about the last poster so much either.
I missed the "... or not" in what I quoted. Mobile screen reading doesn't lend well right after waking up. lol. I work in mobile, I've made some pages with way too much information because clients feel its that important...Oh, I have no disagreement. See, I've had to wrangle with the whole responsive thing recently, and it's a more general rant about the way people perceive it.
There are people who seem to believe that 'responsive' means 'shoe-horn everything down into a mobile size without losing anything'... which of course it doesn't. When you're on a screen that small, you don't want 'all the information you'd normally have'. You want to focus on what's important and hide the rest, but too many people I know seem to believe that 'responsive' means you shouldn't have to compromise on that... which of course it doesn't.