The idea that we are angrier
today than we were before is a hard sell.
The more you think or talk about the people and situations that make you angry or unhappy, the angrier
and unhappier you become.
Rajmohan Gandhi, author and former MP, said there was a need to 'lower barriers in human hearts' to prevent the world from becoming an angrier
place under globalization.
They were left even angrier
after discovering that the replacement secondaries on offer for their children - Aston Manor, Harborne Hill, and nearby George Dixon - were all non-Catholic.
The more Rwandan filmmaker Eric Kabera thinks about what happened in his Central African country in 1994, the angrier
Press accounts indicate that he was a wee bit angrier
than he lets on here.
As we find out how unimportant we are to so many politicians, we get angrier
, and we get better.
I wasn't particularly eloquent, and I was mad at myself for that, but I was even angrier
because I sensed that the Times was about to publish a piece on the far right that would pin their violence on us, the left.
WASHINGTON -- Tom Buffenbarger, the President of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM), today called on newly-elected lawmakers to deliver on campaign promises of jobs, jobs and more jobs, or face an even angrier
electorate just 24 months from now.
It's not something to be read straight The angrier
pieces towards thethe end, on disease, dying andend, on disease, dying and thethe barbaric British prohibition on euthanasia, are essential reading for anyone.
She's angry at Cain for buying a stolen car, and even angrier
at Marlon for not standing up to him.
Lauren goes into meltdown and is even angrier
when she realises her mum masterminded the whole date.
Tokyo, June 14 ( ANI ): A new study has found that Lego characters released since the early 1990s are proportionately angrier
They are even angrier
now the pitch has become an abandoned site used by teens as a drinking den.
WOMEN are even angrier
than men about this outrageous Budget.