Stevo: To be an anarchist in Salt Lake City was certainly no easy task, especially in 1985. And having no money, no job, no plans for the future, the true anarchist position was in itself a strenuous
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To be an anarchist in Salt Lake City was certainly no easy...

SLC Punk! 1998
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Stevo:
To be an anarchist in Salt Lake City was certainly no easy task, especially in 1985. And having no money, no job, no plans for the future, the true anarchist position was in itself a strenuous job.

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{\fscx90\fscy90}STEVO{\fscx100\fscy100}: {\fad(100,100)}To be an anarchist in
Salt Lake City was certainly no easy task,
{\fad(100,100)}...especially in 1985.
{\fad(100,100)}And having no money, no job,
{\fad(100,100)}...no plans for the future,
{\fad(100,100)}...the true anarchist position was,
in itself, a strenuous job.
{\fad(100,100)}And our tribe was small.
I mean, at the center was me, Stevo,
{\fad(100,100)}...and Bob, my roommate, Heroin Bob.
{\fad(100,100)}Oh, Bob didn't really do heroin.
In fact, he hated needles.
{\fad(100,100)}Bob's irrational fear of needles...
{\fad(100,100)}...was in contrast to everything
you'd think about the guy.
{\fad(100,100)}I mean, to look at him,
you'd think he was a madman, which he was.
{\fad(100,100)}But he was also one of the most
uptight guys I'd ever met.

Clip duration: 44 seconds
Views: 40
Uploaded: 12 December, 2020
Genres: comedy, drama, music, romance
Summary: In the early 1980s Stevo and Heroin Bob are the only two dedicated punks in conservative Salt Lake City.


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