When you discover that the first several results from a search on a search engine "break", good luck letting sites "keep the pieces" while keeping some sense that search engines are still useful. Imagine performing some random web search, but you discover that the first five results on the page that look relevant are broken due to your ad blocking policy. But you don't know they're actually broken until you've already spent time viewing them. Your back button is going to get a lot of workout, and you'll spend a lot of time looking at broken pages.
For 5 pages this takes 5 or 10 seconds. Not a lot of time compared to the damage done by a compromised computer. It's like everything else in live. You can cry about all the time it takes to put on a condom or you can not get AIDS. Your choice.