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why is my default page, foxnews, now so slow to come up?


I used to be able to bring my default web page, fox news, up very quickly. Now, all of a sudden it has slowed down tremendously. What has happened?

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jeffknight 0 solutions 1 answers

I am having this issue too. Mostly with Fox News, but some others too. Most sites load fine, but the slow ones sometimes take 40-60 seconds to load each page.

JohnL 0 solutions 5 answers

Try switching to a legitimate news source (vs. the GOP propaganda site), I'm sure that will help immensely.

RetiredOldPoop 0 solutions 3 answers

obviously you believe your liberal dribble you get from todays mainstream media is not being believed anymore and want to get all the news outlets spewing out the same leftwing garbage !

JackieB 0 solutions 1 answers

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Go peddle your reich-wing retardican politics somewhere else.

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Fox News, the best news that money can buy!

Not directly related to Fox News, but Rupert is part of the 0.01% that controls the USA and has turned its' citizens into "wage slaves".

silkphoenix 92 solutions 1250 answers

I am not a Fox News fan whatsoever, but since you are complaining about it, so I went there and it loaded perfectly for me, and every link loaded right away. So instead of saying there's a "conspiracy", you should look at the settings of your Firefox.

JohnL 0 solutions 5 answers

@RetiredOldPoop: Typical ignorant Faux Noise viewer, doesn't even know the difference between "dribble" and "drivel", LOL!