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Question the conection timed out!

hi guys im trying to get to l33thackers.com/ and they seem to have some kind of attack going on or somthing and the connection is verry slow witch makes me verry curious about what happening and i would like so setup synchronous web surfing, its a thing my brother and i used to do to make sites load more quickly is we would sync our computer with the web server so it was all on the computer when we want to go there it would load instantly! but this was back in the day of windows 98
and i was wondering how i might go about doing this in fedora? i just wana get to the home page and stuff not download the whole website just the html docs its serving
does any one know how to synchronise with a web page in fedora?
thanks all in advance
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