In a world with Howard Stern as president, adults over the age of thirty are treated as second class citizens who must then retire. Quinn fills in for his recently murdered double in an attempt to promote the EduLearn computer technology designed to replace human educators. However, he has seconds thoughts when he learns of this culture's desperate race to succeed before the mandatory retirement age. Arturo and Rembrandt handle curfew violations in a court of what is surely not their peers. Written by
Mark D. Snyder
Did You Know?
In Youth World, 30 is the mandatory retirement age in the United States with the exception of Florida, where it is 40. See more
Prof. Maximilian Arturo
Ah, ah! At last a soft landing!