The United States.
Partnering with the Russian oil oligarch Roman Abramovich.
Tripling its investment in alternative fuel sources.
Buying its own refinery.
Auguste Rodin’s “The Thinker.”
Nina West’s “The Kramer.”
Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night.”
Edvard Munch’s “The Scream.”
He was thought to be too young and inexperienced for the job.
He is openly gay and supports same-sex marriage.
He backs a policy of non-intervention in Latin America.
He participated in an Occupy Washington protest.
Battling for a rebound during Game Two of the first-round series against the Miami Heat.
Punching the Miami Heat’s LeBron James during Game Two.
Punching the glass case of a fire extinguisher after Game Two.
Getting elbowed by the Heat’s Shane Battier during Game Two.
LeGrand has not walked in over a year.
LeGrand is forty years old.
Greg Schiano, the new coach of the Buccaneers, was the coach of one of Rutgers’ biggest rivals, the Naval Academy.
LeGrand is eighteen years old.
Sign an affidavit.
Appear with Rielle Hunter publicly.
Cross his heart and hope to die.
Take a D.N.A. test.
“The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.”
“The Five-Year Engagement.”
His high-school classmates.
His former girlfriends.
His middle-school teachers.
His neighbors in Indonesia.
He did not thank the Supreme Court for its Citizens United decision.
He did not endorse Mitt Romney.
He did not mention his plan to inhabit the moon.
He did not criticize President Obama.
He unlocked the first-generation iPhone.
He hacked into Steve Jobs’s e-mail account.
He scrambled chips in the Sony PlayStation3.
He crashed Palo Alto’s electric grid.