Unfortunately, the ad is not showing up when I navigate to the site today
However, I see no way to "Report an issue" with Google Chrome. Clicking the icon does not offer such an option like Firefox does.
Yesterday, when I typed nytimes.com into URL bar a page would load with an animated ad that would play for like literally a minute (long time). The browser's Tab would read "New York Times Ad" or something to that effect. When the ad finished, then the nytimes site would load and the browser's Tab would change to "The New York Times - ...." If I navigated to the same site in Firefox with EasyList enabled, a blank page would load (that is, no ad appeared) and the browser's Tab would read "New York Times Ad." I HAD to click Reload to reach the New York Times website. If I disabled EasyList in Firefox, then instead of a blank webpage the animated ad would play (just like in Chrome) before redirecting me to the actual nytimes website. Also in Firefox if the Warn On Redirect setting was enabled, then when going to the nytimes.com website Firefox would warn that it stopped a redirect when the Ad page appeared. If I clicked Allow (that is, Allow a redirect to happen), then the Ad would be skipped and the nytimes.com site would load right away (skipping the ad).
Guys, why was the detroitmagic.com site getting blocked? Was this just a bug or is it "embedded" with ads or something? Was it being blocked for legitimate reasons?