Jobs鈥檚 dietary habits became even more obsessive when he read Mucusless Diet Healing System by Arnold Ehret, an early twentieth-century German-born nutrition fanatic. He believed in eating nothing but fruits and starchless vegetables, which he said prevented the body from forming harmful mucus, and he advocated cleansing the body regularly through prolonged fasts. That meant the end of even Roman Meal cereal鈥攐r any bread, grains, or milk. Jobs began warning friends of the mucus dangers lurking in their bagels. 鈥淚 got into it in my typical nutso way,鈥?he said. At one point he and Kottke went for an entire week eating only apples, and then Jobs began to try even purer fasts. He started with two-day fasts, and eventually tried to stretch them to a week or more, breaking them carefully with large amounts of water and leafy vegetables. 鈥淎fter a week you start to feel fantastic,鈥?he said. 鈥淵ou get a ton of vitality from not having to digest all this food. I was in great shape. I felt I could get up and walk to San Francisco anytime I wanted.鈥? His mind leaped through a multitude of theories and of suspicions. Sandy, his face moody, said nothing. 92 My acceptance speech was easy to give because of the record: the lowest combined rate of unemployment and inflation in twenty-eight years; 10 million new jobs; 10 million people getting the minimum wage increase; 25 million Americans benefiting from the Kennedy-Kassebaum bill; 15 million working Americans with a tax cut; 12 million taking advantage of the family leave law; 10 million students saving money through the Direct Student Loan Program; 40 million workers with more pension security. 东京热一本道色综合网 淲hat have you done about it??asked Larry. Jobs had asked Hertzfeld and the gang to prepare a special screen display for Sculley鈥檚 amusement. 鈥淗e鈥檚 really smart,鈥?Jobs said. 鈥淵ou wouldn鈥檛 believe how smart he is.鈥?The explanation that Sculley might buy a lot of Macintoshes for Pepsi 鈥渟ounded a little bit fishy to me,鈥?Hertzfeld recalled, but he and Susan Kare created a screen of Pepsi caps and cans that danced around with the Apple logo. Hertzfeld was so excited he began waving his arms around during the demo, but Sculley seemed underwhelmed. 鈥淗e asked a few questions, but he didn鈥檛 seem all that interested,鈥?Hertzfeld recalled. He never ended up warming to Sculley. 鈥淗e was incredibly phony, a complete poseur,鈥?he later said. 鈥淗e pretended to be interested in technology, but he wasn鈥檛. He was a marketing guy, and that is what marketing guys are: paid poseurs.鈥?