While I was at Stanford, I had no idea that my school sat in the middle of a tech boom. The proliferation of startups up and down the Bay would eventually contribute to my classmates’ own wealth, spurred by equity and IPO’s, but a career in tech wasn’t something that registered for me. While some of my classmates earned starting salaries of $80,000+, I was content to make $22,000 my first year out of college, and my parents were proud that I went to work in a suit every day.
…in the register of what she wished the judges had said, leave no doubt about her views on Eichmann: “We are concerned here only with what you did, and not with the possible noncriminal nature of your inner life.” Still speaking as a judge, she concludes without mercy, “We find that no one, that is, no member of the human race, can be expected to want to share the earth with you. This is the reason, and the only reason, you must hang.”