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Not really sure, if you are being facetious or if you are just not very computer oriented.

That static at the beginning of static.infowars.com is called a subdomain.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subdomain

It's good for storing static images, javascript, css, and other things so you don't put all your information on a single web server or machine. Which, in turn, makes things faster. Most high level domains use this method of storing info.

Proof: http://static.infowars.com/2013/02/i/general/jesguns.jpg
That image is on the front page of infowars. Right click, view image, if you are using firefox.

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