Okay I have located the issue.
I went ahead and download Opera 9 because Kit already tested FireFox, and after a long load time the page did finally finish loading. I timed how long it took me to load my mod thread in comparison to others. 7 deadly sins thread loaded in 3 seconds, while mine took a full 3 1/2 minutes to load.
When it finally loaded, I opened my view edits button, and there was an ungoddly amount of information in there. I reloaded the page, and as soon as I could could I view the edits to see how long they would take to load it. All of the time it took to load the tread was because of the amount of information contained within it!!! To get an idea of how much information was contained within it I copied all the text and made a text document via Notepad and checked the size of the file. 2.27mb!!! HOLY GOD!!!!! It is just a text document, and does not even contain any of the pictures that are also included in the view edit!!! Basically every time I load the thread, I have to reload all that information as well as all the pictures on top of that!!! WOW, now that is shitty!!
In the hope that no one else had to load it, I went ahead and logged off, and tried to enter my thread as a guest. Still a long load time. If it was just me I probally would have just sucked it up and dealt with it, but I do not believe it is not right to put that on the shoulders of anyone else that tried to view that thread, expectally when they cannot even view the information they are forced to download. Also, here is an uploaded copy of the text document I made. Text Document Download.
So I come to a suggestion. There needs to be a way to either delete the information contained within the view edit. I cannot ask that everyone who enters my mod page to basically put up with it. I am, to my knowledge, one of the fastest if not the fastest at putting out new content for my mod (new releases, patches, etc) as I am sure several of the people who follow my work will tell you that if you ask, and I consently edit the thread header in order to keep the public informed on current changes and such. I do not believe that my hard work should come back to bite everyone in the ass. I have no intention of changing my methods, because like stardock I put high value toward customer service, and I try to assist everyone who asks to the best of my ability. I was just unaware that it came with a price.
In the end, the best method may very well be to create an identical thread and let that one die out or be deleted by the devs. Kind of a shitty solution, but it may be required at this time. I am sorry if any of my rant came off strong, but this whole things got me fustrated. Its things like this that drive people to drink.