No, not in the Snopes sense, but in the sense that Safari will not load some scripts due to invalid certificates. This is especially ironic for a site whose editors and audience are concerned about privacy and spoofing.
From the console:
[Error] XMLHttpRequest cannot load https://bbs.boingboing.net/message-bus/d0a4851dbf744cdc8ce36aca8413d99b/poll due to access control checks. send (ember_jquery-a8dcbd325e04410f036f2a791d66d8316c48c5387acdd914de99a5dd6afb3cd3.js:3:16194) ajax (ember_jquery-a8dcbd325e04410f036f2a791d66d8316c48c5387acdd914de99a5dd6afb3cd3.js:3:12619) n (vendor-057c8aaf728aa3bc264d5ff93a70e003efe4f4ecdc16ba0a02d452e6e3ef4402.js:1:18763) (anonymous function) (vendor-057c8aaf728aa3bc264d5ff93a70e003efe4f4ecdc16ba0a02d452e6e3ef4402.js:1:17895) [Error] Failed to load resource: The certificate for this server is invalid. You might be connecting to a server that is pretending to be “edge.quantserve.com” which could put your confidential information at risk. (quant.js, line 0) [Error] Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 503 (HTTP/2.0 503) (browser-update-f57286e74ddbc53aa899689b01ef467078911e4138050c561939955849af35dd.js.map, line 0)
Come on, guys, you are supposed to be better than this!