What type of Mac are you using?
How much free hard drive space do you have?
Do any other applications such as movies music etc hang up?
Let us know
If you double click on your Macintosh HD and right click, and select Get info, it should comes up with something like the following:Capacity: 100 GBAvailable: 50.00 GBUsed: 50.00 GB
Let me know what it says for available and if the machine seems slow doing anything else.
I wanted to make sur eyou had plenty of free rescources as that is usually the first thing that can cause this.
So having checked that can you first empty your Java cache by opening your Macintosh Hard Dive and going to Applications, Utilities, java, java (version Number) plug-in settings, Then select the cache tab and select clear then reset.
Then try surfing and tell me what happens.
Also let me know what your homeapge is set to.
Could you click this link and tell me what happens http://www.macloo.com/examples/flash/animation/martini.htm
The link I gave you is for a Flash Animation, Your home page has flash imbedded in it so I wanted to see if that may be the issue.
Could you try to download the latest version for Mac from here http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash&P2_Platform=MacOSX
Install it then rebot and try your page again.
Let me know what happens.
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In that case could you shut down your Mac and then boot it back up, As soon as you have let go of the power button press and hold the Shift key down until you see the load icon.
It may take up to 30 minutes for your machine to open in Safe Boot,Once it has reboot like normal and let me know what happens.
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Tell me what it is doing, Is it still hanging on random pages or do you know if it is the pages with flash?
So it only does this on your account is that correct?
If so could you try clearing the cache and see if the issue stops, From the Firefox menu, select Preferences then from the sheet that drops down, select Privacy. and click Clear Now.and then OK.