That tells us a lot. Can you do the same thing with
please? It looks like you've got a DNS problem (the bit of the process that turns names like www.bloopdiary.com into the addresses the internet actually runs on), which is weird. Shouldn't be impossible to overcome it though.
One thing you can try which you don't need to tell us anything for is changing your DNS servers:
Go to Start > Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center. Then click 'Status' next to your wireless connection and on the box that comes up, click 'Properties'.
In the properties box you should see a list of items with ticks, one of which will be 'IPv4 Configuration' or something similar. You're looking for IP and version 4 anyway. Select that then click 'Properties' and you should get a box with 5 greyed out boxes in it. Something like this:
Set it up as I have but if you already had numbers in the top three boxes leave them as they are. Only change the bottom two boxes. If you get confused, and aren't sure if it's right, click 'Cancel' and start again. If something goes wrong you might have problems getting online so we won't be able to help you very easily. Once that's done, click OK a couple of times and try the pings again. Let us know how you go :)