Its a DNS issue.
I don't know why (probably for browser caching benefits), but currently the CSS looks like
<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://perlmonks.org/css/common.css" type
<link rel="stylesheet" href="?node_id=6181" type="text/css" />
If you're not using perlmonks.org,
and you have some kind of DNS timeout,
hitting refresh in your browser will probably resolve your current domain,
but won't resolve perlmonks.org, so css/common.css
I started getting lots of DNS issues like this on a WinXP machine after putting it to sleep
(used to work fine, but some update broke something %-p).
The workaround is to restart the "DNS Client" service (services.msc) after hibernating.
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