Yes, what would Spock do?
He sure as heck wouldn't laugh at us ... not unless he was under the narcotic effect of spores from that weird lily on that weird planet.
I suppose he would just raise an eyebrow quizzically at our fascination with near Earth space "exploration" and space stations that serve no real purpose except to suck money from planetary exploration.
Spock wasn't there in the parking lot of our school on the day of the most recent shuttle launch, so we can only imagine his view of things.
I sent out an email that morning reminding teachers that the launch was that afternoon and the weather conditions were about as good as it gets for viewing. When the time came, I almost missed it myself due to the pile of paperwork I was shuffling.
I made it to the parking lot with about two minutes to spare, and then, there it was!
I think all of us who happened to be in the parking lot that afternoon were thrilled by the sight of the shuttle tearing across the sky.
I know I was.
I've watched everything from Apollo Saturn V's to the current space truck and I never get bored with them.
Below is a short video taken from our location, about 150 miles from the launch site. The narrative is provided by random folks in the crowd.