That actually used to happen to me often, but now I just get page freezes and have to wait until I get through 3 to 8 script warnings before I can proceed. It happens once or twice a day. When I have a limited time to read the stories and to comment when I have something to add, the pages crashes use up my time and I just never read some stories that I wanted to because new ones are here when I return and the problem reoccurs and I leave.
I like this site. I visit at least twice a day with an i7 PC recently reloaded and different PCs and laptops and different browsers. This site must deter a lot of readers from returning. It has long been clear that the operators have no intention of resolving these problems. It's been a mess for years.
Breitbart was also having similar issues, but I haven't visited them since they became Trumpbart. I also haven't visited Drudge since it became The Trump report and haven't watched FNC in months for the same reason.
There is no denying that this website is a mess though.
 June 18, 2016 at 5:05pm
Hi True, I just wanted to throw some truth back at ya, Glenn isn’t the one writing this article, and he isn’t the one putting the stuff on this website. It is a total different entity from the BLAZETV, don’t know if you knew that. Just because it is on this website, Glenn isn’t the one overlooking it, fyi.
It's just another case of Beck-hate. They sound like a bunch of middle-school girls going off on someone they don't like.
yeah right lol
 June 1, 2016 at 8:51am
excellent post, hit nail on head.
 May 27, 2016 at 9:09am
I would never want to read this, it takes a too much time to figure out what it says, but I like the idea. Maybe get someone who would never pick up the bible to actually read it, who knows. I think it was great to think out of the box. Maybe not what I would like, but it might just be what someone else needs, God used a donkey before….
 May 27, 2016 at 8:45am
I thought I was the only one that was having problems, good to know that I am not alone. Great posts.
 May 20, 2016 at 9:01am
Excellent post TRUTH!
 May 8, 2016 at 11:15pm
If it wasn’t so sad and pathetic your statement would be hilarious, we are doomed.
 May 6, 2016 at 2:38pm
Thank You for your comment, how true you are!
 April 15, 2016 at 1:42am
2 can you explain? I have no idea, not a clue what it is like to have autism. What is it like? I am sorry that you have this issue, but am curious how have you overcome, or turned your lemon into lemonade.
I'm not going to answer for him, but as he stated "...it’s impossible to get anyone who has never experienced it, to understand it..."
Any kind of neurological disorder is really difficult, if not impossible to explain to someone who does not have it, because there is no frame of reference
I have Epilepsy. Fortunately controlled after a long time, but trying to explain it is very difficult. The 15 years or so starting around age 13 were really hell. There were no lemons to lemonade - I just finally found a neurologist that was an old-timer and really listened to me. Knew what he was doing, and didn't mess around with kickbacks from medication companies. Found a medication combo that worked and now I can enjoy life again.
To the point though - trying to put into words what it is like to have your brain not work right, it's just tough. Words like feeling fuzzy, hazy, or maybe that pit of your stomach feeling just before a storm. Then waking up after a seizure is definitely indescribable - it is the most base terror of everything. I can only theorize that coming out of it there is no awareness of 'what' anything 'is' - literally. I don't know anyone or recognize anything and I want to get away. Then after a few minutes I kind of realize what happened and I lapse into a deep sleep for hours. I think the mind and body is just recovering. Man I don't miss those days. Again - nothing I write would do it justice though.
She explains "it" as well as anyone. The problem is, much like many neurological disorders, no two afflicted people are exactly alike.
@kickthecan, Agreed. She does do a good job, and I definitely applaud the idea of encouraging practical skills applications whenever possible. I’ve watched several specials that include her and others that are high functioning autistic people or otherwise.
On topic of oz24′s question however, Ms. Gradin’s extremely extensive information, books, presentations, and so forth are still mostly informative and explain her personal experience. Once again it is further proof that it is nearly impossible to conver ‘what it is like’ to have autism or really any other neurological disorder to someone who doesn’t have one.
I don’t say that to be disparaging or invoke some kind of pity or whatever – any of that is detrimental to both parties. Just a statement of difficulty. It just is what it is. People like her are still the best resource we have in that department though.
In my individual case, I have great difficulty deciphering or interpreting verbal instructions from too many people. Then, in far too many of those cases, I find myself accused of being deliberately defiant or rebellious for failing to following someone's instructions, after I genuinely misunderstood the instructions. It really drives a person to suicidal tendencies.
 April 15, 2016 at 1:35am
You are amazing, so is your son. God made no mistake when He put you two together. What a loving God. He gives you the love, and your son who basically shows the love of God, what an amazing combo!
 April 9, 2016 at 4:27pm
All I have to say is I am really hating these politicians(Trump and Obama) telling me to raise my hand and pledge my vote to you or forcing me to vote in regards to what Obama is saying. Screw you. Voting is the ultimate act in a free society, and I really take issue with someone telling me who I have to vote for or forcing me to vote, SCREW YOU! These people are really out of control.
oz: Just letting you know, after I get weary of setting everyone straight on this thread, I'm tuning into the last round of the latest PGA tournament.
cruz will NEVER be president of America. NEVER
 April 3, 2016 at 1:13pm
I thought it was cool that the girl did so good at first, but when he explained the rules, she was a very quick learner and abided by the rules. It seems that an 11 yr old, who didn’t scream and cry about the rules, made an adjustment and kept going. I am thinking DT could learn something from this young girl.
Excellent job officer Pricer!
 March 25, 2016 at 8:38am
That is why for me, Rush is so much more disappointing. It truly pisses me off that Rush can say the most destructive thing for this country is the democratic party, and Hillary and Bernie would be the end, but he totally ignores that Trump IS a democrat. So by Rush’s definition, Trump is a danger to this country. Why can’t he see that? Rush is doing a disservice to this nation by not warning people. Love him or hate him, Glenn Beck does his due service for this country. He at least tries to lay out facts and not sugarcoat stuff. Just like Ted Cruz. I think both Ted Cruz and Glenn Beck have the balls to be honest to this country. They won’t tell you what you want to hear, but what you need to hear and then solutions for those problems.
 March 21, 2016 at 10:23am
To Libertarian/Socialist: That is correct, glad someone will finally recognize that Trump isn’t the one getting screwed by the press, it really is Cruz. I flipped all over the news this weekend, and saw maybe 15 minutes tops about Cruz altogether. Trump gets 99% and now Kasich is taking what little away that Cruz might have gotten since it went down to 3 people. In my book, it just has to be that God will fight his battles, we must trust Him. As John Q. Adams once said: Duty is ours, results are God’s. Fight the battle honorably, and God will handle the results.
One thing I am liking about this conversation: Everyone seems to be in agreement, JK, get the heck out of the race! I like when the Cruz/Trump people can agree on something. I hate when everyone seems to be at each others throats all the time. I understand it is the nature of the beast, but boy, it sucks for it to be so contentious all the time. One thing I would like to ask Trump supporters. Do you guys agree on that we need to be following the Constitution/Bill of Rights/Rule of Law? If you are, and you know that is where Cruz stands, can you not stand with him if he would somehow get the nomination over Trump? Can you not get past all the crap that has been said? Even though Trump calls TC a liar all the time, imho they in fact are lies about TC. Has Trump done irreparable damage to where you guys could in no way support Cruz at the end of the day? That is my biggest concern. Has it indeed become such scorched earth that if Trump does not win, is he making it impossible for the last guy standing to win, namely Ted Cruz? Just an honest question, I would love to see what you guys think.
I do not think Trump is doing Ted Cruz much (if any) harm because those who understand both candidates don't take what Donald Trump says as truthful as regarding Ted Cruz. Well.. actually regarding anything. Trump's remarks always make me think to myself 'consider the source' and so they are easily disregarded because of Trump's own character...or lack thereof.
VOTE American. TRUMP2016 because politicians SUCK
March 3, 2016 at 11:13am
Persuading people to come to your side after seeing a tv report that someone is leaving the stump to go home to FL, not going to the next stops, and the reporters constantly saying that this is highly unusual, and not the actions of someone serious about becoming president, what is the problem? Besides, it was a caucus, if it was wrong, than anyone from Carson’s campaign could have refuted it, it was a caucus! Ted apologized twice, once to Carson directly, and once in front of millions of people at the debate. Did you hear of one person that got dissuaded from voting for Carson? He performed better than expected, he didn’t lose anything. He was in no way going to win, and he was basically going to get out until everything got so blown out of proportion. In my book, if a mistake is made, you make things right. Ted showed that he is very presidential in that he was not too prideful or arrogant to apologize. That takes more balls than blaming it on someone else. The thing with his spokesperson (I never liked him from the beginning) was also another example of him doing the right thing. He fired the guy right away. His examples of leadership, even though people will dog him for these incidents, show me that he is a great leader. Things can be totally out of your hands, but Cruz at least takes correct action in lieu of these issues. He doesn’t throw people under the bus and he takes decisive action when needed. I would hope you can at least agree on that.