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Just putting this out there to see if anyone else has experienced this. Anyone?

UPDATE: I apologize for not putting more effort or detail in this. (In my defense, I was pretty ill and not thinking very clearly... yes, that is my poor excuse) I was using my Windows laptop which I seldom do, and did not bother to fire up the Linux laptop that I normally use on a daily basis.

Wrong!This turns out to be a browser issue on the Windows laptop. I am still not clear what the issue is and need to explore a bit more. Following is as far as my foggy head has let me get:

(To be clear: This is not a huge issue, just an observation, and I am still foggy from the meds, so I hope I got this edit formatted fairly decently) Thank you to those who bothered to respond!

YourMother is correct. A/some .css and .js file(s) are no longer available from buzzfeed.org.uk, it seems the site is down...

UPDATE2: Appears that buzzword.org.uk is back on line.... for anyone that cares...

...the majority is always wrong, and always the last to know about it...

A solution is nothing more than a clearly stated problem...


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