Lessee, just ran into a browser default I was unaware of...

I had this code:
ul {
list-style: none;
}

later...

Code:
#account ul.bullets {
  text-align: center;
  padding-left: 22px;
}
	#account ul.bullets li {
	  display: list-item;
	  list-style-type: disc;
	  margin: .5em 0;
	}
So the ul's a block of course, and the li's are blocks and list-item, and the anonymous inline boxes inside the li's (the text) are centered.

In most browsers (Geckos, Opera, IE7 and below) the bullets were right next to the li's text. In Safari, Chrome, and, according to browsershots, IE8, they were way to the left.

Playing around with it, I now have this code:
Code:
#account ul.bullets {
  text-align: center;
  padding: 0 2px;
}
	#account ul.bullets li {
	  display: list-item;
	  list-style: inside disc;
	  margin: .5em 0;
	}
The defaults for Opera, Gecko and IE under 8 was list-style-position: inside, while Saffy-Chrome and IE8 were defaulting to "outside". Specifying the position (which I don't think I've ever done before) made everyone act the same (also if I set it to "outside" everyone then correctly set the bullets out to the far left side).

The IE bug where bullets are hidden doesn't show up here because the ul has no side margins.