Jobs had formed a club at Homestead High to put on music-and-light shows and also play pranks. (They once glued a gold-painted toilet seat onto a flower planter.)
It was called the Buck Fry Club, a play on the name of the principal.
他们的俱乐部叫做“巴克鱼苗”（Buck Fry Club)，借以取笑校长的名字。
Even though they had already graduated, Wozniak and his friend Allen Baum joined forces with Jobs, at the end of his junior year, to produce a farewell gesture for the departing seniors.
Showing off the Homestead campus four decades later, Jobs paused at the scene of the escapade and pointed.
"See that balcony? That's where we did the banner prank that sealed our friendship."
On a big bedsheet Baum had tie-dyed with the school's green and white colors, they painted a huge hand flipping the middle-finger salute.
Baum's nice Jewish mother helped them draw it and showed them how to do the shading and shadows to make it look more real.
"I know what that is," she snickered.
They devised a system of ropes and pulleys so that it could be dramatically lowered as the graduating class marched past the balcony,
and they signed it "SWAB JOB," the initials of Wozniak and Baum combined with part of Jobs's name.
The prank became part of school lore—and got Jobs suspended one more time.
Another prank involved a pocket device Wozniak built that could emit TV signals.
He would take it to a room where a group of people were watching TV, such as in a dorm, and secretly press the button so that the screen would get fuzzy with static.
When someone got up and whacked the set, Wozniak would let go of the button and the picture would clear up.
Once he had the unsuspecting viewers hopping up and down at his will, he would make things harder.
He would keep the picture fuzzy until someone touched the antenna.
Eventually he would make people think they had to hold the antenna while standing on one foot or touching the top of the set.
Years later, at a keynote presentation where he was having his own trouble getting a video to work, Jobs broke from his script and recounted the fun they had with the device.
"Woz would have it in his pocket and we'd go into a dorm . . . where a bunch of folks would be, like, watching Star Trek,
and he'd screw up the TV, and someone would go up to fix it, and just as they had the foot off the ground he would turn it back on, and as they put their foot back on the ground he'd screw it up again."
Contorting himself into a pretzel onstage, Jobs concluded to great laughter, "And within five minutes he would have someone like this."