Lester arriving at his laboratory in his Ferrari 288 GTO.

Beneath a sky awash with lightning strokes, a Ferrari raced along rain swollen streets. Lester Knight Chaykin was behind the wheel, listening to heavy metal riffs on a Classic Rock station; he had changed the dial when the other station played a flash flood warning one too many times for his liking. Lester could feel the speed of the car as a taut pressure against his entire body. He enjoyed it - Lester had never done anything slow in his life. It had taken him only four years to get his Doctorate; it had taken him a mere six weeks to write his thesis, and he had brought the world's most complex scientific experiment from concept to prototype in just sixteen months.

–excerpt from the first two pages of the Out of this World MS DOS Manual