Odd, works for me?
OK, so I visit the various sites have apparently done things to stop ad blockers and... works fine for me. With no ads. I'm running a full suite of blockers under Firefox: Ghostery, NoScript, PrivacyBadger, Adblock Edge, and a couple of others, and I'm seeing the content without any major issues. YouTube showing videos without ads as well.
Either they stopped trying to do that, or I'm blocking the anti-blocking blockers. Time will tell if they come up with a way to block the blocking anti-blocking block blockers.
My deal is this: you want to show ads, I have no problem with that. What I have a problem with are jittery ads, ads that trigger nausea, ads that take over my screen, ads that try to download software to my computer, ads that try to mess with my settings, ads that break the rest of the content, or ads for products that don't fucking exist in my market, even though you know which market I'm in and they're perfectly capable of delivering ads for that market. Either the advertiser fuckwits get their shit together and stop being anti-social asshats, or I will continue to block the damn things. Yes, I do turn them off for new sites that ask nicely. So far not a single site has managed to come up with an advertising model that doesn't completely sicken me within minutes. I don't mind still ads along the sides of what I'm reading. Sometimes they're even useful in discovering new products. But no, they can't seem to stay with that. The pop-under/pop-over/slap-the-monkey culture is still alive and well and trying hard to continue their ways. I'll fight them to the end.