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And while staying under the radar might feel like wishful thinking, other equally prominent companies have managed to do this successfully in the past.
---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Travis Kalanick Date: Friday, October 25, 2013 Subject: 九 Info: URGENT, URGENT - READ THIS NOW OR ELSE!!!!!
To: Uber Team Hey guys, I wanted to get some important information out there.
Internally called the “Miami letter,” it is a saucy rulebook for the then 400 employees at the company, who were headed to Florida’s Shore Club for what was a party-focused celebration of the car-hailing company’s success.#CEOLife #FML.” FML, in internet slang, means “Fuck my life.” Welcome to Silicon Valley startup culture.According to sources, while many companies send out warning emails before events, Kalanick was advised not to send this email because of its tone, which some execs thought too cavalier.#CEOLife #FML 5) Drugs and narcotics will not be tolerated unless you have the appropriate medicinal licensing. Digital DJs are encouraged to share their beats poolside.
6) There will be a 0 puke charge for any public displays on the Shore Club premises. 3) Go out of your way to meet as many of your fellow uberettos as you can.The don’ts advice was much more specific, giving information about everything from vomiting (a 0 “puke charge”) to drug use to throwing beer kegs off buildings to, well, proper fornication between employees (and sometimes, apparently, more than one).