Thats the same combination on my luggage
Spaceballs – the combination is ‘12345’
President Skroob lied to a Spaceballs news organization, telling them that the Planet Spaceball air shortage was just a rumor. He reached into his desk after hanging up and took out a can of Planet Druidia fresh air, which he inhaled deeply. Commanderette Zircon then invited him to come down to the Teledar to track down Spaceball I’s discovery of Princess Vespa of Druidia. Skroob’s head was inadvertently turned backwards when Snotty beamed him down. Skroob was immediately beamed back into his office, his head turned back in the correct direction. He then proceeded to the Teledar, who was waiting for him in the next room.
Dark Helmet finally captured Vespa and obtained the 1-2-3-4-5 code for Druidia’s air shield. Skroob shouted that he had the very same combination on his luggage when he heard this.
On Spaceball I, Skroob joined Dark Helmet and Colonel Sandurz to witness the destruction of Druidia, which was quickly thwarted by Lone Starr. Skroob and the others scrambled to enter escape pods after Lone Starr redirected Helmet’s Schwartz back at his groin, prompting the latter to press the self-destruct button. Skroob, Shield, and Sandurz were finally discarded and sent to the World of the Apes.
Spaceballs luggage password
12345 shares, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, who
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My wife just saw Spaceballs for the first time last night, and I noticed my post count was approaching this great number, so in honor of 12345, talk about the movies your significant other hadn’t seen until you saw them, and how surprised/judgmental you were!
Mati, how many years had passed since she hadn’t seen Spaceballs? It sounds like your fault rather than hers. But, yes, I showed Ghostbusters to my girlfriend on the 30th anniversary. Naturally, she went ahead and ruined it for me: Why was Peter bringing so much thorazine on a date?! wrote CPX’s GF.
I dunno, Mati…how many years had passed and she hadn’t seen Spaceballs? CPX wrote:I dunno, Mati…how many years had passed and she hadn’t seen Spaceballs? It sounds like your fault rather than hers. But, yes, I showed Ghostbusters to my girlfriend on the 30th anniversary. Naturally, she went ahead and ruined it for me: Why was Peter bringing so much thorazine on a date?! wrote CPX’s GF. No self-respecting dishonest psychologist will ever be found without a supply of drugs in case of an emergency.
The Big Lebowski is a film based on a true story.
Except she got bored halfway through and wandered away.
I just watched Spaceballs for the first time in a decade a few weeks ago. It was fantastic. I’d say the time is right for Spaceballs 2: The Search for More Money, especially with Disney rapping Star Wars. It’s moindizing!
Spaceballs (1987) – lock combination (1-2-3-4-5)
President Skroob of Planet Spaceball dispatches Lord Dark Helmet to steal Planet Druidia’s plentiful supply of air in order to replenish their own, and only Lone Starr can stop them. Star Wars, Star Trek, and The Wizard of Oz, among other franchises, are mocked in the film.
Merchandising! Yogurt! Merchandising, please! This is where the movie’s real money is made. Spaceballs: the T-shirt, Spaceballs: the Coloring Book, Spaceballs: the T-shirt, Spaceballs: the Coloring Book, Spaceballs: the Coloring Book [a Transformers comic book is held up] Lunchbox: Spaceballs, Breakfast Cereal: Spaceballs! The Flame Thrower from Spaceballs! [fires a flame thrower blast]
Rico: Well, sir, it’s not all over yet. m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m- It won’t happen again because I’ll always call you first. Never, ever, ever! [The Dark Helmet dons the Schwartz ring.] Oh, my god! No-no-no-no-no-no-no-no-no-no- No-no-no-no-no-no-no-no-no-no- Please, oh please, oh please, oh please, o No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no [clenches his throat, fearing Dark Helmet will choke him with the Schwartz]
Colonel Sandurz: [his voice cracks] Get the ship ready— [takes a deep breath] Prepare your ship for incredible speed! All seat belts must be buckled, all entrances and exits must be sealed, and all mall stores must be closed! The circus must be canceled! All animals in the zoo must be kept healthy—-!
25 great dark helmet quotes
In the Mel Brooks classic Spaceballs, the main villain, Dark Helmet, remarking on the absurdity of using a password like “12345” on his luggage lock, says it’s the kind of password a fool might use.
Unfortunately, not enough people have heeded Dark Helmet’s warning and gone to the same lengths as President Skroob in constructing their passwords. A strong password, as we’ve previously said, is your first line of protection against cyberattacks. So, why wouldn’t you put in any effort?
We talk about passwords a lot because it’s such an interesting topic that it’s worth repeating. But what exactly do we mean when we say “use nice passwords”? To put it another way, it means avoiding all of the following concepts.
A password like “12345” or some combination of consecutive numbers, as Dark Helmet pointed out, isn’t going to cut it. Passwords like this are incredibly easy to guess, and are sadly the most popular mistake users make. Passwords like “12345” made up six of the top ten in 2018, according to internet security company SplashData’s annual most popular passwords list, with “123456” retaining the top spot since 2013.