bad person

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Allison Benedikt's article for Slate, "If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person," is morally atrocious.
Despite all of her policies, I never thought she was a bad person.
Some people are put into houses where decent people are living and you only need one bad person or family to cause mayhem on that road or street.
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.
I love to be the bad person in this case," joked the 28-year-old.
Yeah, I'm ready to be the bad person," 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.