I didn't say "Let's pass legislation that wouldn't allow anyone to get married before 25!" As I stated previously, in a rather in what I thought was a cheek way, my statement was probably impacted by my own poor judgement while in an inexperienced and naive state, BEFORE my prefrontal cortex was likely to be fully developed. I didn't come up with 25 as some arbitrary number. See the following from MIT researchers: http://hrweb.mit.edu/worklife/youngadult/brain.html "Prefrontal cortex: The most widely studied changes in young adulthood are in the prefrontal cortex, the area behind the forehead associated with planning, problem-solving, and related tasks." "According to recent findings, the human brain does not reach full maturity until at least the mid-20s. (See J. Giedd inReferences.) The specific changes that follow young adulthood are not yet well studied, but it is known that they involve increased myelination and continued adding and pruning of neurons. As a number of researchers have put it, "the rental car companies have it right." The brain isn't fully mature at 16, when we are allowed to drive, or at 18, when we are allowed to vote, or at 21, when we are allowed to drink, but closer to 25, when we are allowed to rent a car." So chill, Vort. I was half joking anyway.