Afterward they took the limo across the Golden Gate Bridge to a bar in Sausalito, where all three ordered shots of tequila but only sipped them.
"It was not great as bachelor parties go,
but it was the best we could come up with for someone like Steve, and nobody else volunteered to do it," recalled Tevanian.
Jobs was appreciative. He decided that he wanted Tevanian to marry his sister Mona Simpson.
Though nothing came of it, the thought was a sign of affection.
Powell had fair warning of what she was getting into.
As she was planning the wedding, the person who was going to do the calligraphy for the invitations came by the house to show them some options.
There was no furniture for her to sit on, so she sat on the floor and laid out the samples.
Jobs looked for a few minutes, then got up and left the room.
They waited for him to come back, but he didn't. After a while Powell went to find him in his room.
"Get rid of her," he said. "I can't look at her stuff. It's shit."