There's No Crying in Silicon Valley!

While we all know that "there's no crying in baseball," apparently the same isn't true about founding the most successful computer company in history, as Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs biography is chock full of incidents where the charismatic, sensitive, and quite possibly delusional Jobs breaks down in tears, often in front of co-workers, rivals, or friends (and usually when his "reality distortion field" ceases to operate).


Clarence said...

Dave, you are admittedly emotionless. It's not fair for you to equate tears to delusion.

Dave said...

just wait, there's a sentence coming soon in which i tear up (and it's not because of spicy food).

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