Well that's strange - I haven't god any difficulties with spam on that website with nor without adblock. Maybe you have different adblocker or somehow these spams can't pop up on my bowser because I have non-American computer, I dunno. What a shame.
"Tell him to watch some more episode, BB1", I said. "He wouldn't get putted off it even more", I said. Oh boy.
I feel like you've missed the point on what is supposed to be a joke and what a commentary on society. That pedophile jokes adults made at the church weren't supposed to be funny - they were supposed to show how ridiculous poeple's apathy towards this topic had become. Same with school shootings in earlier episode - it's not what the characters said personally that was funny, it was the satirical situation that turned the joke around. It seems that apathy is the theme for current season though. I understand that you might not like that kind of satire. But keep in mind that they joked about both sides of every topic whenever they could and even at their own structure and giving aesops. The rule is not "eh let's make a rude joke at my neighboor" but "No one and nothing is immune to critic and comedy and here's why". God, they even made fun of Polish government with tons of f-bombs thrown at a certain "Polish midget" and it didn't offended me. They didn't say "haha Polacks suck", which would be rude, they said "Polish goverment seems to kiss Trump's butt a lot" which is true opinion described in satire.
Honestly, I couldn't really relate to "Dead Kids" because of the topic but I relate a little bit on Sharon being forced to follow the crowd in not caring about it. I really like "Boy and Priest" and you heard that from a Catholic who had heard way worse critic on this religion then on this show, seriously.
I think the only why that I can show how it's not "just popular thing that's not really that good" can be my favorite episode "Raisins" because the only offensive thing I can remember from that episode is one c-word pun joke and the whole Raisins girls thing for some people. However, it's message on the end is one of the best things I've ever seen in any work, not only in the animated series! But I don't want to force you to watch it if you don't want to. I'm just sad that South Park different style of satire makes poeple thing as only "offensive show that wants to be rude at serious thinks while having poop jokes in its early days". I understand that some poeple just don't get it and don't like this kind of storytelling. Like, poeple see things in many ways and I can't force people to see what they are unable to see, but I'm getting very worried about some SP haters calling its fans "insane rasist" even though the show made jabs at racism in numerous episodes.