Time capsule talk

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What would you put into a time capsule?

ELIZABETH EDWARDS

STATS: 17, Greenbrier High School junior

AT AGE 5: a VHS of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella: "I absolutely loved the made-for-TV movie version of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella. You know, the one with Brandy."

AT AGE 9: NSYNC CD: "What girl wasn't obsessed with boy bands then? I was (an) NSYNC girl myself. Dirty Pop would've been blaring on my boom box right about then."

AT AGE 13: High School Musical DVD: "I loved High School Musical. I was the classic teenybopper, I guess you can say."

RACHEL VAN DYKE

STATS: 18, a freshman at Augusta State University

AT AGE 5: "I would put a plate of spaghetti. Is that allowed? It's just all I ate when I was little."

AT AGE 9: The NeverEnding Story VHS: "I really liked The NeverEnding Story."

AT AGE 13: "Johnny Cash died when I was 13. His CDs were some of the first ones I ever had and liked. Can I put Johnny Cash in a time capsule?"

CARA MCDARGH

STATS: 15, freshman at Greenbrier High School

AT AGE 5: A stuffed animal giraffe

AT AGE 9: A stuffed dog

AT AGE 13: Eyeliner

DELANEY REMSEN

STATS: 14, freshman at Greenbrier High School

AT AGE 5: A Beanie Baby: "I was obsessed with Beanie Babies."

AT AGE 9: A hair clip: "That's when I was allowed to wear hair clips in my hair."

AT AGE 13: A guitar pick, for the age she started learning guitar.

-- Compiled by Teen Board members Michael Ryan, John Klement and Lauren Noto


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