"They “were the equivalent of scrubbed, West Point recruits,” he said in reference to a prestigious…"

Monday, May 23rd, 2011 at 7:05 am

“They “were the equivalent of scrubbed, West Point recruits,” he said in reference to a prestigious U.S. military academy. “No tattoos, no piercings, no 14-year-olds,” the former Sony manager said. “I remember saying, ‘We’re so screwed.’ No one in that group was going to say ‘Why the fuck do we need a (computer) mouse.’””

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