There's a famous saying that, "Those who fail to learn from the mistakes of the past are doomed to repeat them."
I can't recall the originator - but with recent events in America - and the resulting pathetic rhetoric about political behavior, ignoring the smoking gun/elephant in the room - can America ever shed its historical feudal right to bear arms? Does anyone else think its about time it did?
There really is no need for a civilian to bear arms in the modern USA and despite all the laws - and the impenetrably powerful gun loonie lobby - isn't it about time American politicians grew spines and decided that this really is enough.
A little girl, born on 9/11/2001 lost her most basic and precious right, life itself because another man had the right to carry a gun. Americans you have Megan's law - how about a law to remember this little girl and abandon your primitive right to hold a tool which serves no purpose than to take life.
I note the the people most pro guns are also the most right-wing, pro-Life and pro-God - and if that doesn't prove what an anachronism this law is, I don't know what does.
I use Firefox, with NoScript, among other addons. Works fine, for me. Mine runs rock solid, except for the occasional Java or Adobe plug-in crash. You have to enable atheistnexus.org (duh), along with a couple of domains related to ning.com.
I have the following list of domains enabled, on this page:
A few of those are unnecessary for actual site functionality.
The edit feature, even after your suggestions, doesn't function using FireFox, but works great in Chrome.
Have you got any plug-ins running, besides obvious ones like Flash and Java?