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About John McAfee’s strange Silicon Valley heydey

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Most people nationally are only now hearing about this weird ex-Silicon Valley mogul turned expatriate who’s in hiding in Belize claiming the cops, who want to question him about a neighbor’s murder, are out to kill him. But the weirdness started long ago, when times were flush for John McAfee and his namesake antivirus software company (that Intel now owns). From the Mercury News:

As the head of McAfee Associates, he staffed his business in Santa Clara with an entourage that included a group of Wiccans -- practitioners of pagan religion -- while he nurtured a company culture that saw its employees participating in a risque office game that awarded points based on where and what time of day they had sex in the building.

And that’s not to mention all the years of bad kharma over at the stadium in Oakland formerly known as . . .

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