Herman Morris' Big Head 

Herman Morris' Big Head

Herman MorrisThere is still much debate over whether or not MLGW director Herman Morris acted appropriately when, in the light of a massive power outage, he refused to accept the assistance of linemen and tree trimmers from Mississippi's investor-owned utility company Entergy. Whether or not Morris' actions were technically correct hardly matters to the 9,000 MLGW customers who still remain without power. But before the enraged citizenry light their torches and storm Morris' brand-new luxury home, we would like to suggest there are other, more peaceful ways to relieve tensions. The limited-edition Herman Morris bobblehead we've discovered (yes, it really is Herman Morris) could be just the ticket for releasing pent-up frustrations. When you whack it on the head, it "bobbles around," providing both stress relief and hours and hours of patently absurd pleasure.

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