bad person

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Allison Benedikt, "If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person," Slate, August 29, 2013, http://www.
The only conclusion I can come to is that I'm an innately bad person.
It is easy to find a good or a bad person, but to find someone with numerous good qualities like Marietta will be like searching for a needle in a haystack.
She added: "Gareth isn't a bad person for what he's done and I'm not a bad person for ending our marriage.
Yeah, I'm ready to be the bad person," joked the 28-year-old.
I love to be the bad person in this case," joked the 28-year-old.
In an emotional TV interview set to be aired today on Sky Sports News, he said: "I'm an alcoholic but that doesn't make me a bad person.
TEENAGERS who wanted to prove that wearing a hoodie doesn't make you a bad person sold clothes in Coventry city centre for charity.
Instead of feeling like a bad person, though, try to accept your curiosity and log off.
You save water] because if you don't do it, you're a bad person, and you feel guilty.
Almost every time somebody sees a skater and they automatically assume they're a bad person, but I keep my grades up and make good decisions.
They just presumed I had no scruples and I was unethical and I was a bad person because that is what their religion told them,'' said Bechman, now co-president of L.
He wants to go to Upper School, but instead his uncle sends him off to Stallery to become a page boy, insisting that he must work off his bad karma by putting an end to some bad person in power up at the mansion--who, exactly, the uncle doesn't know, but it's Conrad's job to find out.
People think I'm a bad person but I'm not,' he said.
James Yee, the Army Muslim chaplain jailed for espionage, says, "My husband is not a bad person.