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Desc:A punk refuses to turn down his music
Category:Classic Movies, Humor
Tags:Punk, Bus, star trek, Kirk, Spock
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Comment count is 16
Wow, even Spock!

Man the 80's in America really hated punks, did one vomit on Reagans car or something?
Something about combining the dangers of anarchy with the safety of safety pins just rubs people the wrong way, I think.

I have ALMOST not watched this. Whew!
Every non-fag knows this was the best Star Trek movie.
Rescuing whales is pretty faggy.

Check out this double dumbass!

Elvis Hitler
Double dumb ass on you!
the hell I will!

Are you sure this isn't time for a colorful metaphor?

Spock really regrets singing that song, doesn't he?
He probably doesn't regret the house it helped buy

I still get this song stuck in my head on a regular basis.
When I submitted this, I was at work and so I couldn't listen to it. I thought it was straight from the movie. So this morning, I read stog's comment and thought "nimoy sang that punk song?". I never laughed so hard when I finally listened to it at home just now!
Man if only the new Star Trek had been just like this, what with the whacky situations and the preachiness instead of all those good effects and watchable situations.
Man Who Fights Like Woman
This took me off guard, in a good way.
Caminante Nocturno
Wow, this really is the best Star Trek film.
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