A Few Tidbits, Unconfirmed but, RUMORED to be True.
Or maybe I am just worried about lawsuits?
A dead camel at the bottom of a swimming pool after a Sales event in Palm Springs (Please, no cries about PETA...that spitting dromedary should not have been drinking in the hot-tub with Joe Roebuck if it knew it couldn't swim).
A $3000 cleaning bill from a hotel in Monterey after the "Silly String" episode.
McNealy dancing on top of a piano (pick the event, based upon the rumors, he apparently did this everywhere he went, although I never witnessed it).
A manager who checked himself into a 30 day rehab program rather than face his VP over a $42k dinner and bar bill for 10.
Bill Joy was the inspiration for the character of Ian Malcolm in Jurassic Park.
More sexual harassment claims brought against women than men at Sun in the first 13 years.
The guy who fell into the hole outside Mt View 4 after a Friday beer-bust; remaining there until Sam Williams found him on Monday morning.
Marriott Hotels banning Sun employees from ever booking a room in their hotels after a Sales event.
A group of Christian Brothers throwing a bunch Sun employees off of their premises in the middle of the night and then banning any Sun employee from ever attending a tasting (after a Sales event).
Ron Lloyd trying to cure his recent Salmon catch in the manufacturing test ovens in Milpitas.
Crawford Beveridge standing on the roof of Milpitas 1, proving to a group of software engineers that they could still see the Hoover Tower at Stanford from that vantage point, before signing the lease.
A Sun exec driving down 101 at a pretty rapid clip when a call came to him from a former female subordinate. He hears a baby crying in the background. "Did you have a baby? he inquires. "Yes!" she says, "and so did you." Repairs to the car were numerous and expensive.
Kathleen Holmgren testing the new automated manufacturing line by climbing into a bin and launching herself through the process.
Wayne Rosing refusing to arrive for a departing flight any earlier than it's actual departure time.
The comedian Pat Paulson looking around at a meeting of 400 employees, spotting Scott and asking, "Who's running this place? Beaver Cleaver?" (Oh, yeah. I know for a fact that one is true.)