This is what was being stolen in the first ‘The Fast and The Furious’ movie, released in 2001. 
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This hard drive weighs over 26 pounds and stores a massive 20 MB of data, or around 10 HD photos. It’s a fairly young 32 years old.
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And this is what Facebook looked like when it began in 2004. 
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Everything from this 1991 Radio Shack Ad can now be done with a single mobile phone. 
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Will Smith is now older than Uncle Phil was at the beginning of “The Fresh Prince.”
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And the kids from ‘Recess’ would all be 26 now.
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This is what Google’s first page design looked like when it debuted in 1998.
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The baby on the cover of ‘Nevermind’ is now old enough to legally drink.
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The Walkman is 35 years old and most kids have no idea what it is. 
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And, if the Simpsons actually aged, Maggie would be 26 and Bart would be 35. 
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The first “original nine” Beanie Babies debuted 21 years ago in 1993, so they’re old enough to drink too. 
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‘Beauty and the Beast’ (1991) was released closer to the moon landing in 1969 than the modern day.
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If you bought the computing power found inside an iPhone 5 in 1991, it would have cost you $3.56 million. It makes $1,000 seem far more reasonable. 
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In the ’90s, Nick @ Nite showed vintage programs like I Love Lucy. Now it shows vintage programs like Friends
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‘Matilda’, released in 1996, then and now. 
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The Motorola Razr flip phone, released in 2004, is now in a museum. 
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The Nokia 3310 was the best selling phone of 2000, 13 years later in 2013, the iPhone 5s was the best selling phone. 
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Maude Flanders has been dead for 13 years. 
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The first season of ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’ aired 16 years ago. 
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This dated advert is only 24 years old
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Today’s date in 1993 is the current legal drinking age in the United States.
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SpongeBob SquarePants has been running for 15 years. 
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All the students who entered high school in fall 2014 were born in the year 2000 or later.
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In the original ‘Back to the Future’, Marty travels back 30 years from 1985 to 1955. If it were remade next year, he’d travel to 1985.
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If ‘Friends’ were still running, Monica and Chandler’s twins would be 10 years old, Emma would be 12, the triplets would be 16 and Ben would be 19.
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The first book in the Harry Potter series was published 17 years ago.
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If the Rugrats aged, Tommy would be 26, Chuckie would be 28, Phil and Lil would be 26 and Angelica would be 29.
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This is what 30 years of cell phones looks like
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If you were alive before 1969, landing on the moon was the stuff of science fiction. Now, it’s ancient history. 
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Elijah Wood was 18 when he was cast for Lord of the Rings. He’s 33 now. 
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Most of the students in school today are too young to know what the save icon is. 
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In 1980, A US Postage Stamp cost 15 cents. In 2014, one stamp reached an all-time high of 49 cents. 
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VHS tapes were surpassed by DVDs as the preferred method of movie consumption 14 years ago. Now, services like Netflix are making the DVD obsolete.
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