Nancy Grace’s “wardrobe malfunction” on “Dancing With the Stars.”
Vulgar language by Cher and Nicole Richie and bare buttocks shown on “N.Y.P.D. Blue.”
Vulgar language by Lindsay Lohan and nudity, also by Lindsay Lohan.
Excessive televised coverage of the Republican primary debates.
Renewed nuclear proliferation.
Ancient Mayan prophesies.
The scarcity of sustainable sources of energy.
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.
Chief of Staff Bill Daley.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius.
Administrator of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation Collister Johnson, Jr.
“IRANIAN PRESIDENT ROOTED FOR TIM TEBOW, BRONCOS TO LOSE.”
“FOR IRANIANS WAYLAID BY PIRATES, U.S. TO THE RESCUE.”
“IRAN VOWS REVENGE FOR BLOWN-UP NUCLEAR SCIENTIST.”
“IRANIAN LEADER MEETS FIDEL CASTRO.”
Renaming the Mississippi stretch of U.S. Route 61 Barbour Boulevard.
Saying in an interview that he felt “The Dukes of Hazzard” was formulaic and contrived.
Hosting a party in the Governor’s Mansion that caused eighty-three thousand dollars in damages.
Pardoning nearly two hundred inmates, including fourteen who were convicted of murder.
An anonymous teammate: “He’s lazy and content because he knows he’s not going to be benched.”
Center Nick Mangold: “The guy puts in more work and more time, and cares more about the team than anybody else in that locker room.”
General manager Mike Tannenbaum: “His rate of growth isn’t where it needs to be.”
New offensive coördinator Tony Sparano: “I really don’t plan to call too many passing plays, anyway.”
Seventeen per cent
Twenty per cent
Seven per cent
Nine per cent
That he speaks French.
His position on abortion.
Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction.”
An episode of “The Real World.”
Watching his father’s home videos.
The 2004 Presidential campaign.