Recently, this question was closed...since you can't read it now, it was basically a comment by a user that they found an ad irritating enough that they were turning on ad-blocking in their browser. This created some discussion in some comments, and the question was closed as "blatantly offensive."
People closing the question as offensive seems odd to me, but they have the rep to do it, and it's certainly their right to do so. What I don't understand is why it was deleted. It implies that it high level moderators of some kind must have agreed that it was offensive, but I'm not clear on how.
A user made a comment near the end of the comment stream that read like this:
This question is not providing 'feedback', nor is it open for discussion. The user is telling us he is violating the social contract with this site. There is no question and no discussion here.
Again, this seems a bit counterintuitive to me, but since the question was closed and deleted, obviously many people must either agree, or have related feelings.
Do people (users? owners?) feel that the users of this site have an implicit "social contract" to not hide the ads of the site? Are there other aspects to this social contract?