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For the last few months, this site has been unusably slow, when I'm logged in. Often I wait a minute or more for a page to display, though at other times, pages may come up at normal speed.

I'm on an virtually unutilized T1 with consistent 50-60ms pings to perlmonks.com, so network connectivity is certainly not the issue. I'm almost positive the problem is related to my account, since I experience the problem both at work and at home, and only when logged in.

Is anyone else experiencing such serious intermittent slowdowns? Could an editor possibly log into my account and see if (s)he can recreate the problem?

   MeowChow                                   
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