Beware the old ones in a profession where one dies young -- RecklessPrudence
Fast reflexes, an almost preternatural awareness of one's surroundings, instincts like a knife blade. These are the things that make a good asteroid runner. Being able to get in, snag the asteroid, and get out without causing orbital upsets in one's wake is a skill that one only has to get wrong once for a life and a career to be over.
It's a job for the young and the fast. For those with twitch reflexes and the kind of peripheral vision that the phrase "eyes in the back of their head" was invented for.
And then there's Old Barnaby.
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