The Wall Street Journal blesses us with an investigative report on the Google founders' private plane. Aviation designer Leslie Jennings reports on the project to remodel an old 767 for Sergey Brin and Larry Page's personal use.
At one point he witnessed a dispute between [Page and Brin] over whether Mr. Brin should have a "California king" size bed, he says.
Now, it's perfectly normal for Sergey Brin to want a roomy place to, um, sleep. So what's with Larry? King size beds were just a bit too gaudy for him? Double beds would make his flying palace seem like an everyday business expense? Unclench, Larry, unclench.
Lawsuits Fly Over Google Founders' Big Private Plane [WSJ]
Picture: Interior drawing from linked article