But you can always tell NoScript to allow scripts from those websites. But I’ve found that a lot work reasonably well without it – often the scripts are just serving up ads, or powering the ‘click here to donate’, ‘like us on Facebook’, etc. buttons – and I can do fine without those.
If a site doesn’t function properly (and as firstname.lastname@example.org posted many work perfectly well without scripts) then if you trust the site you can whitelist it or temporarily allow it or allternatively just allow the scripts you need and block the rest. It’s child’s play to manage and I wouldn’t browse without it now.