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why wont my website load?

I have a website, buttonbeats.com  Currently it does not seem to load for me or many other local people I have contacted.   The evidence points to something local in my area (Boston) The logo will come up but the page never fully loads and almost none of the flash applications load.  I called my hosting service and they informed me everything is working properly on their end.  I have had 5 different people with 2 different isp services try and the same results occur.  The piano on the front page might begin to load 1% and then perhaps make it up as high as 67 % and the rest of the applications begin to load but do not finish.     Can you try the page and tell me the results?   I sat on the phone with godaddy 2 times for 45 minutes a piece and they told me everything is fine.  But I cant see my website.   We have tried multiple computers, multiple isp's, multiple OS's and the same results occur.  
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ForLoop5Author Commented:
Also my web site stats say I have had 22,000+ page views today.  So i do believe this is working for most people.
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m_walkerCommented:
Can you try with out the flash ?

My download was looking good until "beatsl.swf" then the page gave up.
In wireshark it showed
Download size (inc http header) 1,400,699 bytes
Http Header report size (for content) : 1,846,306
So missing alot of data.  
It may have just stopped the download due to something else, like a scripting error.

To me, while I have not look to hard into the webpage, It looks like a web page content issue not and web hosting issue.
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ForLoop5Author Commented:
As of 2 minutes ago it is now loading.  It was not working for me for like 4 hours.  But now is ok.  idk what it is.  Never happened before.  
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ForLoop5Author Commented:
So im guessing the content is ok.  Because it is working fine now.  Any ideas what happened?
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m_walkerCommented:
Yep, working here now....
mmmmm
It may be the content from a remote server.

I noticed you have

<script type="text/javascript"
 src="http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/show_ads.js">
 </script>

if that script had some weird stuff and they have now changed it, it could explain it.

not sure how you confirm though.
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