Seems more "mainstream" sites are getting pushy about ad blockers. Forbes requires you to either disable or whitelist their site in order to read their content. Wired has recently adopted the same policy. Considering malvertising is on the rise and utilizes zero-day exploits for java and flash, it's surprising that these companies are requiring their users to disable what I consider a necessary security item in order to view their site. Yes, I get it. You make big bucks off advertising. But forcing users to disable or whitelist adblockers is not the answer. Essentially all you've done is ensure I never go to your site again.