The journey of the rigid airship Hindenburg.
The journey of the R.M.S. Lusitania.
The journey of the H.M.S. Titanic.
The release of the Spice Girls movie, “Spice World.”
“The Hunger Games,” because of the famine in Somalia.
“Neighborhood Watch,” because of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
“The Three Stooges,” because of the Republican primaries.
“The Dictator,” because of the violence in Syria.
He was unable to gather the required number of signatures.
He failed to meet the primary’s “reasonable expectation of success” requirement.
The state’s ethics board deemed him unfit to run.
The five-hundred-dollar check his campaign wrote for the entry fee bounced.
The Presidential campaigns of Eugene V. Debs.
Hitting a manatee with his boat.
Stealing home, literally, by leaving the field with home plate after arguing over an umpire’s call.
Brutalizing Miami’s mascot, Billy the Marlin, after a loss to St. Louis.
Declaring his admiration for Fidel Castro.
Members’ e-mail and profile information, for use by marketers.
The intellectual-property rights to the “You’ve got mail” audio message and the yellow running-man logo.
A schedule of personal appearances by Arianna Huffington at media events, bar mitzvahs, and birthday parties.
Hundreds of patents.
The Times of London.
The Daily Mail.
The Daily Telegraph.
He is an American citizen.
He worked closely with ousted President Hosni Mubarak.
His mother was suspected of being an American citizen.
He is a resident of Libya.
Simon & Schuster.
His inauguration as Governor of Massachusetts.
The announcement of his first Presidential campaign.
His signing health-care reform into law in Massachusetts.
The day his personal wealth reached a hundred million dollars.
That he will be leaving the “Today” show.
That he prefers to watch “Good Morning America.”
That he has donated to the Romney campaign.
That he considered leaving “Today” when Katie Couric did.