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    Breakfast Club generation vs Big Chill generation

    I think the breakfast club generation (x) had much more to worry about. the big chillers just zoned out, if anybody was doing drugs in the 1980's it was the adults! They were the ones driving the money ocracy and the values and everything.

    Breakfast club just wanted to make it through school in one piece.

    am i right?
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    yes youre right about that thing...

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    I'm not so sure. I think "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" spoke to me more than "The Breakfast Club", but I also loved "16 candles", "Weird Science", "Caddyshack", and "Rock and Roll High School".
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    rock rock ROCK rock rock and roll HIGH school

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    Quote Originally Posted by headnurse View Post
    I think the breakfast club generation (x) had much more to worry about. the big chillers just zoned out, if anybody was doing drugs in the 1980's it was the adults! They were the ones driving the money ocracy and the values and everything.

    Breakfast club just wanted to make it through school in one piece.

    am i right?
    We had more to worry about alright. Never saw the Big Chill but sounds like a better alternative to the teen angst we had. It sure wasn't us doing anything fun. ("Do as I say not as I do!"....Pffft! the adults of those days were the biggest hypocrites ever.) I didn't appreciate that movie fully until I was old enough to understand more. I was more into the younger themed stuff and "mature" audience comedies like Police Academy and Porkys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neon Knight View Post
    We had more to worry about alright. Never saw the Big Chill but sounds like a better alternative to the teen angst we had. It sure wasn't us doing anything fun. ("Do as I say not as I do!"....Pffft! the adults of those days were the biggest hypocrites ever.) I didn't appreciate that movie fully until I was old enough to understand more. I was more into the younger themed stuff and "mature" audience comedies like Police Academy and Porkys.
    It seems strange to see the words 'mature audience' in the same sentence as 'Police Academy' and 'Porkys'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cosmos View Post
    I'm not so sure. I think "Fast Times At Ridgemont High" spoke to me more than "The Breakfast Club", but I also loved "16 candles", "Weird Science", "Caddyshack", and "Rock and Roll High School".
    Ha! 3' Oclock High spoke more about me. I was always getting into fights after 3pm LOL. And yeah, Breakfast Club also since I was more like the jock trying to live up to dad's expectations.


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    I think Star Trek really spoke to me! It was an amazing story. And I think of all the tech that Star Trek promised and look at where we are today. The tricorder, the handheld communicator (cell phone). It's still amazes me. Now we just need our flying car - "Jane! Stop This Crazy Thing!"

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    Which version of Star Trek did you like best?
    Which Star Trek Captain did you like best?
    Which Star Trek enemy alien species was your favorite?
    (I am a Total Trekkie, too...)

    Quote Originally Posted by tclark View Post
    I think Star Trek really spoke to me! It was an amazing story. And I think of all the tech that Star Trek promised and look at where we are today. The tricorder, the handheld communicator (cell phone). It's still amazes me. Now we just need our flying car - "Jane! Stop This Crazy Thing!"

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    The Original Star Trek 1965 Series is what I grew up on. I never really got hooked on the stuff. Interesting bit of history. Gene Rodenberry (sp) was writing for radio in the early days. Check out Old Time Radio westerns and look for "Have Gun Will Travel" He wrote a lot of the episodes.
    William Shatner was the absolute most over the top captain ever. His stage extro acting from theater was wonderful. It wasn't until much later in life that I saw the humor in his over acting. I think back to the Twilight Zone episode he was in too.
    Enemy was the Romulan's because they were the 'cousin' to Spock. The evil version of Spock and my all time favorite species was the Tribble. I remember taking wash cloths and trying to make Tribbles.
    Ah the memories.
    What was your favorites?
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