Talking about the age restriction set on the applications. +15 or you have to get permission. Recently I've just been a little 'what is the point' kind of phase since that incident happened with someone who lied about their age got in, became a full admin and admitted. By that time it was fine as they had proven themselves, but at the same time I ask myself if people can lie through it what's the point in the first place. (Just saying here, it was mentioned a while back. The admin in question is brilliant at what he does, this isn't a bash the admin day) This is slightly a drama starting thread maybe, but I really want to know a sane sound reason to keeping the age restriction. So I wanted to start a discussion about it, with both good and bad factors about it so I can get a little closure. I've also added a poll for fun!