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Eric gets asked all the time, “What was your first invention?” It all started when he was 8 years old in the attic bedroom he shared with his brother. Eric had trouble falling asleep most nights and loved to stay up reading the Encyclopedia Britannica and Webster’s Dictionary. Every night his dad would open the door at the bottom of the stairs to make sure everyone was sleeping. To avoid getting in trouble, Eric hid under a tent of bolster pillows and blankets, and wired a string of flashlight bulbs to the top of the tent that he secured by twist ties. Eric successfully solved his first problem, and with only one small fire.

Boy in Tent

Eric gets asked all the time, “What was your first invention?” It all started when he was 8 years old in the attic bedroom he shared with his brother. Eric had trouble falling asleep most nights and loved to stay up reading the Encyclopedia Britannica and Webster’s Dictionary. Every night his dad would open the door at the bottom of the stairs to make sure everyone was sleeping. To avoid getting in trouble, Eric hid under a tent of bolster pillows and blankets, and wired a string of flashlight bulbs to the top of the tent that he secured by twist ties. Eric successfully solved his first problem, and with only one small fire.

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