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OK, I think we can rule out the router. Assuming nothing else is running and you are still having these issues, how about the obvious things:

1/ Use the Safari, Reset Safari menu item to clear out all of Safari's caches
2/ Use the Safari, Empty Cache menu item just to be sure
3/ Get and run OnyX - run all of the maintenance scripts and then reboot

Alexis has a good question. Is it the same with Firefox? If you don't have Firefox, it might be worth getting it just to try this out.

Also, what version of Safari are you running? You should be up to 3.1.1 at this point.

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