Nevermind, I figured it out.
I’m getting them. If you can send me how to get rid of these that would be great. Thanks RR.
Sure thing, my friend, though it's a bit of an inexact science.
You need AdblockPlus (though other ad blockers might work, too), and you need to have a pop-up video on your screen.
Once you have Adblock Plus and the open video, click the little red ABP icon (mine's in the top right of my web browser toolbar), and in the dialog box that opens there's a light-blue box that reads "Block element"; when you click on that, you can then click on any element on your screen that you want the program to block, so you'll want to click on the video, which then opens another dialog box asking you to confirm that you want to block that element.
And here's where the "inexact science" part comes into play (at least, it did for me). The pop-up video box is composed of multiple elements, and each has to be blocked. You can't really see any of these elements except the video box. So what I did was I kept clicking on "Block element," and I'd get a dialog box asking me to confirm one or more elements, which I would do, then I kept repeating this process until I'd blocked all of the elements and the box stopped showing up. I think I had to block 4 or 5 elements in total, so I just kept clicking "Block element," then confirming the block, and eventually the entire pop-up video box was gone. Let me know if this works for you.