What do people who can do anything do? Consider people with the most expansive choice set available to an individual — they're smart, athletic, attractive, socially likeable, rich, and pedigreed. They can live nearly anywhere, understand nearly anything, know nearly anyone, buy nearly anything. They're powerful. What do they tend to do? Do they spend their lives for the betterment of humanity? Do they become hedonists and degenerate into materialism, status-seeking, and drug-use? Does this reveal something fundamental or enlightening or dangerous about human nature? Does it suggest how to identify those whose power should be limited or nurtured?