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Why is my jQuery loading so slowly when using Flexslider?

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Hi
I'm building a custom Wordpress Theme and I have a slider on the homepage. It's taking a heck of a lot of time to load. I've even added a lazy loading script and it still doesn't help.
Can anyone see where the problem is?

http://sandbox.intrepidrealist.com/eye-specialist-sb

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Wow Gary!
You are my hero!

I'm using livereload locally and didn't remember to remove the script on remote server!

Many thanks!

Question: How did you discern it was a missing file. What tool did you use?
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