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    Were the Twin Towers still standing?: Yes
    Did iPhones exist yet?: No
    Did Wikipedia exist yet?: No
    Did DVD's become popular yet: No.
    Did shows like The Amazing Race or The Fairly OddParents exist yet?: No.
    Was there this electro-pop thing of today in existance yet?: No.
    Was Justin Bieber relevant yet?: No. JB was only 6 years old in 2000.
    Did Myspace exist yet?: No.
    Did YouTube exist yet?: No.
    Did Instagram exist yet?: What is Instagram? Is it your made-up word?
    Did Flickr exist yet?: No.
    Did Facebook and Twitter exist yet?: No.
    Did iPods exist yet?: No.
    Did they have the PlayStation1?: Yes.
    Was Britney Spears relevant?: Yes, she was relevant since 1998.
    Was WWE still WWF?: Yes.
    Were WWE Superstars like Cody Rhodes and Zack Ryder relevant yet?: They were just teenagers in 2000. They weren't really relevant until 8 years later in 2008.

    2000 is the last "more 90s" year.
    More like 1991.
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      Agreed.

      Fun fact: 2000 is part of the 00s decade, but is technically still part of the 20th century, which actually goes from 1901-2000, not 1900-1999!

      Some more:

      * Was Johnny Cash still alive? Yes, he was even still recording and releasing music before his death in 2003.
      * Did World Championship Wrestling (WCW) still exist? Yes
      * Did Beverly Hills, 90210 still air new episodes? Shockingly, yes.
      * Was it normal for young girls to dress in a way that gave old guys "the wrong idea"? No, unlike 2009.
      * Who's Kim Kardashian? She was a "nobody" in 2000.
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        The year 2000 was definitely the last 90s vibe year because it was before 2001 and you know what happened then. Even though internet was around in 2000, it wasn't fast and I barely got on it because I didn't have a computer and internet at home. I mostly used it to browse GameFaqs and that's it. In that year I also subscribed to the magazine PSM (Playstation Magazine) and I would look through this gaming magazine as if it was still the 90s. I still liked to play NES games and I would often go out to try to find them at flea markets and thrift stores before it became cool to do so. In the year 2000 I still felt like a kid because I was 13 for most of that year and I began to feel like things were changing within myself. It was as if it was the end or something but back then I couldn't put it into words. The 90s were such a care-free time and in 2000 I was in my last year of middle school and about to enter high school so I felt a pressure to change myself because all through the 90s and now the year 2000 I had built my own identity through my interests but then I decided that I had to change it going into high school. That was the biggest mistake of my life because that brain shift took me down a dark road that continued all throughout my life and 10 years later I had lost sense of my true self and became someone totally different. Life was no longer familiar and I always fantasize about the 90s and the year 2000 which was my last great year of my life.
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          RomanBlade86 wrote:
          The year 2000 was definitely the last 90s vibe year because it was before 2001 and you know what happened then. Even though internet was around in 2000, it wasn't fast and I barely got on it because I didn't have a computer and internet at home. I mostly used it to browse GameFaqs and that's it. In that year I also subscribed to the magazine PSM (Playstation Magazine) and I would look through this gaming magazine as if it was still the 90s. I still liked to play NES games and I would often go out to try to find them at flea markets and thrift stores before it became cool to do so. In the year 2000 I still felt like a kid because I was 13 for most of that year and I began to feel like things were changing within myself. It was as if it was the end or something but back then I couldn't put it into words. The 90s were such a care-free time and in 2000 I was in my last year of middle school and about to enter high school so I felt a pressure to change myself because all through the 90s and now the year 2000 I had built my own identity through my interests but then I decided that I had to change it going into high school. That was the biggest mistake of my life because that brain shift took me down a dark road that continued all throughout my life and 10 years later I had lost sense of my true self and became someone totally different. Life was no longer familiar and I always fantasize about the 90s and the year 2000 which was my last great year of my life.


          I liked early and mid 2001, but in late 2001, you know what happened then. You are right. 2000 is the last "more 90s" year.
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