This animation brings up an interesting perspective about young people that love their childhood. Okay, so someone has some fond memories of their youth, but there are some important questions he must ask himself: has he formed a legacy which others could build on? Has he achieved something memorable to others? Or more simply, does he still maintain a strong friendship with his childhood friends if he had any?
Some examples to fulfill these questions are:
1. An 8 year old with cancer starts a fundraising bake sale in various public places, thousands of people buy from him, and he dies 9 months later. His fundraiser has since become an official charity which millions of people support worldwide.
2. A 12 year old becomes a finalist at NWC 1990, and wins a gold cartridge of the game he played there. He eventually becomes nationally recognized for his effort.
3. Two grown men have been friends since 1993, and still talk to each other very often.
If one doesn't fulfill these questions, he may have no reason to feel so proud of living in the 90s. Most people that love their past so much aren't willing to accept anything from the future, even if it would appeal to him. What he could do right now is help humanity move forward instead of obsessing over the 90s so much.
Disguised in sarcastic humor, this animation effectively points out the problems with all the people who can't escape from the past. Everything the viewer sees in this video may help to question himself about what exactly he is doing for the rest of us. You're doing a wonderful job with your work. Keep it up, mate!