I have an issue with Google webfonts that prevents me getting good page speed score. Since Google font is an external resource, local apache settings do not have a hand to solve the issue. However, had I been able to remove/disable Google fonts, I would have moved ahead one or two notches on page speed, close to 100. I don't use Google fonts; instead I use Verdana. I am reproducing the suggestions below by Firebug/Page Speed for your reference. I welcome your suggestions to overcome this hiccup either by disabling/removing Google fonts or serving fonts from our server if possible, preferably the first one.
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Minifying http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/webfont/1/webfont.js could save 397B (3% reduction) after compression. See optimized version or Save as.