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Posted on 05/25/2011 5:17:59 PM PDT by PiperShade
Been noticing something of late, (the last six months). I'm noticing links to anti-administration articles posted on popular web news sites seem to take an inordinate amount of time to load. Sometimes they don't . May be my hardware/software....but could be something else, too...Could be purely subjective I suppose, but a "no connect" "unresponsive program" message isn't imaginary. >PS
Could be a lot of folks want to read “anti-administration” articles, choking bandwidth.
Nice knowing ya, BTW, sounds like your computer.
clean out & defrag yer computer box.
call us in the morning...;)
Are you logged in?
Yes. Definately make sure you’re logged in or it could become hugh and series!
Which popular web news sites?
The New “Be Nice to Little Stevie Dunham Czar”....
Lessee,.....Fox, Drudge, NewsMax and WND seem to be the worst “offenders”, but I’ve seen other sites linking to articles from them and to sites around the country doing the same..... The only “constant” I’m aware of is the articles generally have an “anti-administration” focus.
Could it be possible this alleged “hitch in the giddyup” is the result of directing the query to some federal site for registration ? >PS
Run several “housekeeping programs” religiously. All have excellent reputations. Same for defrag and registry cleaners. But not a “geek”. Could be my computer. But then why not see the same issues on other equally “anti-administration” sites ? >PS
I always assume that anything I do, anywhere I go on the web can be monitored. If your really worried about it you should vary your surfing patterns.
I read many, many anti-administration articles, etc. and haven’t had a problem. I don’t really care if they know I detest everything they stand for. If they do monitor what I do - I hope they get the message loud and clear.
Yeah, it took three whole minutes for The Ten Commandments to load on Netflix last night. I’ll bet that I could have gotten An Inconvenient Truth to load in half that time.