March 27, 2010 11:47am CST
So at the moment I'm nearing my mid-twenties. Next month I'll be turning 24 years old. But I saw a video on YouTube yesterday that made me feel a bit older than that. The video was recorded back on April 30th, 1992 at Nickelodeon Studios back when it was in Orlando, Florida or wherever it was. You might remember this, but maybe not. That day, Nickelodeon had this big "festival" where they got a lot of things together, such as a Michael Jackson cd, some Nickelodeon Gak, and also put in a videocamera with the video of the actual event into a time capsule and buried it. The plan is for it to be buried until 2042 which was, at the time, 50 years away. Of course now it's been 18 years and that date is 32 years off. It made me somewhat old due to the fact that I had JUST turned a mere 6 years old at the time and now I'm in my twenties. Another thing that felt odd thinking was how some of the channel's live action stars of today were not even *born* yet when the capsule was buried while others were probably just babies or toddlers. If you haven't seen it, you definitely should go check this video out. It was hosted by Mike O'Malley who around that time hosted Nickelodeon Guts, I believe. Just type in "Burial of the Nickelodeon Time Capsule 4/30/92 c." and it's by a user named Spindalis79. Just thought maybe some of you "old timer" Nickelodeon fans like me might get a kick out of it.