Michael S. Malone

George Morrow was best known for the stunts he loved to pull with suppliers, particularly if they were Japanese. He'd sit in negotiation with one of these businessmen and ask what he would charge for a particular order. When the price was given, Morrow would gasp, clutch his chest, flail about the room as though experiencing a massive cerebral hemorrhage, then collapse to the floor, his eyeballs only showing whites. It would take several minutes for employees and the stunned suppliers to "revive" him.