The site owner is responsible for the content. If ef.com is hacked, it's up to them and their provider to fix it. It's not an end-users fault for thinking they could visit a website. Jesus, get over yourself. So what if Randaddy clicked through it? Heck Mut, if you'd like, I've got plenty of sites you could visit, they'll wipe out your computer, email, banking and facebook. You want that list? Because my list won't get caught by Chrome or Firefox's safe browsing mechanism...
The site went from working, to not, to now a huge security risk. It's the site owners responsibility, including Mountainbuzz.com to not expose their users to risks. If they can't do that, I'm sure people will leave. Then the buzz can just be full of asshats like you, ragin' about the youngins and their lack of patience.
And yeah, I'm plenty fine with checking flows on: Colorado Division of Water Resources
Some people still want to go to ef.com for the beta it contained about runs they haven't done before. We're not all pro paddling champs like you.