At some magical age, human beings cross the threshold from "children" to "adults."
One day before their 16th birthday, teens can be cited if found driving. On the eve of their 18th birthday, they still have many limits. But the next morning they can suddenly buy cigarettes and lottery tickets, and they can be drafted into the military — though they can't drink alcohol for another three years.
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