I blame Microsoft.
I like teachers, don't get me wrong...
I'm just saying...
Ya, that's pretty dumb.
Thanks for all the yards, TDs, and memories, Priest!
Also, I would assume the teacher was using some monitoring software to monitor the students program executions, these programs are not very smart really and renaming an executable is an easy way to not draw attention to yourself.
In this case, I think the teacher could have handled things better,
Are you man enough? Eric Berry? Apparently Not!
This is an obvious example of Microsoft's ability to manipulate children for their financial gain in the future.
If you think I'm sounding like a paranoid conspiracy theorist then consider the tax breaks that MS gets for providing low cost licenses to a MASSIVE amount of public schools.