Rich Colburn invented the internal combustion engine at the age of seven only to discover that someone else had already done that.
After traveling the world and almost dying a number of times he confirmed that it’s impossible to get killed in a near-death accident.
He now works as a simulation engineer specializing in Euclidean Geometry for the purpose of women’s fashion (not joking). He gets giddy when talking about programming and blushes like a schoolgirl when the topic of time travel comes up.
His six-year-old daughter frequently scolds him for being too silly.
He dreams of one day finding a nicer word for “euphemism”.