can stop, will stop
The operative was "clear". The forecast didn't say "sunny with a chance of giant death gaze".
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Only one way to find out: Let's compare.They're gonna be real disappointed to hear about my workday in the 21st century.
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I take it back! Too bad they used the monkey's paw when writing that paragraph, though.
"People will probably work two, three or four careers during their lifetime, and they will be returning to school several times for training in a totally new field--at ages as late as 60 or 70." With medical advances allowing people to live longer and healthier lives, the very concept of retirement will probably have to be rethought. "Perhaps retirement will not be a discontinuous event, but a phasing out of working life into retired life, working past-time as retirement age nears"
This was clearly drawn in the era before you could just type "what does a crab's mouth look like" into Google Image Search.