"We are all interested in the future, because that is where you and I will spend the rest of our lives." This wonderful quote, sage and stupid at the same time, originates from an eccentric 1960s psychic who called himself Criswell. Criswell had a thing for appearing on TV in a coffin and prefacing every utterance with a dramatic "I predict!" His own predictions did have their ups ("I predict! President Kennedy will not run for reelection in 1964 because of something that will happen to him in November 1963") and downs ("I predict! An outburst of cannibalism will…
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