Originally Posted by alphadork
One of the individuals interviewed by the FBI said that he did not think that Jobs was ethical or trustworthy, but that Jobs was nonethteless definitely qualified for a government appointment, because such jobs do not require any ethics. Ha!
From context, it's pretty obvious that the interviewee was Woz. I love that guy.
That quote seems to have been from someone who:
"did not receive any stock, which would have made him quite wealthy now"
so probably not Woz but someone with a grudge. Good sense of humour though.
He belonged to no organisations other than the New York Athletic Club however he had never been in the New York Athletic Club
Bloody gym memberships, no one is safe.
Jobs was well off and had more money than he could spend in a lifetime and his chief concern was how that wealth would be used after he was gone
vegetarian and did a great deal of jogging, well off but not a big spender
This stuff is more interesting than the biography. Lived modestly as a multi-millionaire but was making plans for how his wealth would be used after he died, 20 years before it happened.