Is it possible to prevent loading flash from certain web sites?

I'm using Firefox 3.0.19 ((FF) on a Win XP Pro, SP3 box.

Many websites load flash that I don't want.  I have solved part of the problem by using the the FF addon FlashBlock.  Is there a way I can configure FF to prevent flash HTML from loading so I don't get the flash at all.  See picture below.  I would like to eliminate loading what is in the image as if it were not there at all.

One solution is to setup two browsers, one with flash and one without flash.  But can this be done in a single browser?

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Install the NoScript Add-on.
Then enable scripts globally (if thats what you want). Then you can mark individual sites as untrusted. That will block flash and all scripts on that site.

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IT79637Author Commented:
Looks good to me.
Thanks much!
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