I've never experienced this specific problem, or at least not enough for me to have ever worried about it. However, last week I was having a serious issue that made me think I wouldn't get to watch videos on this site until I upgraded to a new computer. Videos were hitching up non-stop. Five seconds of playtime, five seconds of hitching. I tried streaming and progressive with the same result. Specifically, I was trying to watch the Duke Nukem quicklook, but then also tried watching other videos, old and new, all of which exhibited the same problem. This went on for a few days, maybe a full week. No one reported the problem in comments, so I thought it was just me.
I use a Mac, live in Brooklyn, NY and use TIme Warner high speed internet. I generally use Firefox, but I believe part of my troubleshooting involved using other browsers like Chrome and Safari. I also continued to experience the issue when using Firefox in Windows 7 via Parallels. The problem seems to have resolved itself now, though.
" @Axxol: even if they are trolls its still messed up to joke about it
I'm aware of that, bro. What do you propose we do, write a petition? Find where they live and kill them? A lot of people on the internet have made fun of Japan. I don't agree with any of it, but I'm not going to rage about it either. "
They're not making fun of Japan. They're making fun of Christians. The point is that if you believe in God, then you have to rationalize horrible disasters in a retarded way.