I've had several conversations with people about how to handle passing in a selector that matches multple elements. Hopefully this little class will steer my friends in the right direction. Just like any other jQuery plugin, run `jQuery.each` inside of your class.
If you're using IE don't visit this (though moo4q works in IE), it was a silly example for a talk that enough people requested for me to make public. But pop open webkit or mozilla and have some fun. Give it a minute to load, 10 megs in all without any real loading indication. This really shows how to have objects communicate with other objects.