The following content doesn't apply to newer versions of Firefox, the mozilla community finally added support for the css style word-wrap:break-word.
You can read about it over here.
But I am preserving this post for posterity reasons, boys and girls, yes there was a dark age when Firefox didn't support this obvious to have feature, but now it does.
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