Re: Eliezer at 18

Lee Daniel Crocker (
Fri, 12 Sep 1997 11:27:46 -0700 (PDT)

> The truth is, there have been enough milestones in my life - winding up in
> your book, for example - that I see no reason to make a big deal out of an
> arbitrary number of solar rotations. Even the legal consequences are minimal;
> there were no significant pending actions I can now take. Later it may have
> been necessary to be 18, but it isn't necessary right now, more's the pity.

I know how you feel; when reached the appropriate milestones, they
didn't even card me at the liquor store. Something about having a
beard and bald spot when you're 17...

There is one very important legal consequence you might be overlooking
now, though: your will, including any cryonics provision, is now no
longer subject to being ignored by your parents.

Lee Daniel Crocker <> <>
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