We are saying to the people in this group: "Don't bother
Seven in ten adults 55 and older (71%) and two-thirds of those 45-54 (66%) say the fact the commercials seem louder bothers
them a lot.
Those for whom the Internet has become part of the fabric of life feel most intensely about downtime: 23 percent of those 25-34 agreed that "downtime bothers
me a great deal -- I even get angry now and then," while 21 percent of those 18-24 put themselves in that camp.
you is when you've led or run in the top three all day and you get in a situation where you have to come in with two or three laps to go and take fuel.
Women's bouts are becoming more standard, and it bothers
Despite my little incident - I put that behind me - the thing that bothers
me the most is the tight losses.
me, and I think it bothers
the other guys, too, because our job is to put pressure on the quarterback and get sacks,'' he said.
He's a pretty tough guy, and it just sort of gradually crept up to a point where it bothers
him, that he doesn't feel he can play effectively.
This obviously bothers
many Republicans who, unlike their Democratic colleagues, were concerned about the rule of law, the principle that no man stands above the law and the dignity of the office of the president of the United States.