When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in the late 1990's after his long and public abscence, things at Apple started to get back to the way they had been.
Steve had fallen into an old bad habit from his first stint at Apple -- he began to park his Mercades-Benz Sports Coup in the Handicapped Parking spots near the front doors even though he was obviously not disabled.
This bothered his underlings who talked to him about it and true to character he couldn't care less about what they thought. Much later, an still un-named and un-known employee placed a placard on windshield of his car inscribed with two words:
Steve stopped parking in the handicapped stalls after that.
(Background: This is funny because it's a play on Apple's then marketing slogan "Think Different")