There's a reason why Howard's the best: he gets the legal news first. I wasn't aware until this morning that the O'Connor bobblehead failed to sell on eBay, but Howard reported it yesterday--
Given that there have been tremendous advances in bobblehead technology over the past year, that the Justice O'Connor doll includes hot double bobblehead action, and that the doll depicts Justice O'Connor as she looked many years ago, before she was bonked on the head by a toppled wooden beam at the grand opening of Philadelphia's National Constitution Center in July 2003, I am astonished that the doll failed to sell for more than the Chief's doll, let alone for $200.
My favorite thing about Howard's post is that you can follow the link to the O'Connor doll, click on its head, and watch it make movements like I do after I've just had a haircut. Try it here.