Yeah flash back in the days in school was some damn good times!
It made history much more interesting when your at the back of the room with your monitor turned at an angle the teacher can't see while your playing "Strip that girl"
I also remember getting detention once through getting caught.
And oh man and the weak security on those computers.. in college I could crash IE6 which would let me log in as admin without a password and fully control the computer.. that was until I had an audience of students around me saying "Hey his in the admin account!" of which the tutor noticed and the next day I get pulled aside by the IT guys to show them how I did it.. which they soon fixed.. :-(
School was fun though..
Now back on topic.. yes.. modern day flash.. kill it just kill it already. I actually have it uninstalled myself at the moment. When I upgraded my computer to Fedora 22 I simply never got around to actually installing it. To be honest that was 3 months ago. I've now noticed I simply don't need it so have decided to not install it at all.
Although I bet modern day teens love flash now too.. as with all it's exploits it probably makes it much easier to bypass the computer security to bypass web filers..
 You pervert blah blah blah, I was 12/13 going through those new teenage hormones so I had no control over my actions...... that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.