Scott Adams suggests a new one:

Once you reach the age of 80, a new set of legal rights should kick in. Specifically, you should be able to imbibe any drug you want, and you should have the right to doctor-assisted euthanasia.

Well, I'd be in favor of half-of-that. In related news, a man who helped raise the drinking age to 21 now regrets the decision.

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