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Speaking at Hubli airport, Siddharamaiah said, " I am least bothered who will contest against me there.
Despite the associations between sexting and sexual activity, however, "we found that teens are genuinely bothered by being asked to send a naked picture," the researchers said.
And if they can't be bothered to get off their backsides and do the honourable thing, I don't see why anyone else should bother.
A total of 772 respondents said that they were "not at all" bothered by side effects from AEDs.
ATHENS, May 15, 2010 (TUR) -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would not be bothered if the Greek Orthodox patriarch in Istanbul was called by the title "ecumenic".
A total of 772 respondents said that they were "not at all" bothered by side effects from AEDs during the 4 weeks leading up to the survey.
WHILE I would like to offer my sincere condolences to the bereaved parents of the bus tragedy child, one thing has always bothered me.
"If more than 98 per cent of the people who passed by couldn't be bothered to do that, it raises some interesting questions about what needs to be done to persuade people to make an effort to improve their financial position."
The council does not seem bothered how much it pays out.
Or, like me, you can decide you can't be bothered to argue any more, because you've got a nice, cool pint waiting for you in the pub, and you haven't got your laptop with you, so you take what you're offered.
A recent Gallup found that exactly 13% of Americans would be bothered by staying on the 13th floor of a hotel and that 9% would ask to be moved to a new room on a different floor.
Apparently, no one on any of the senators' staffs could be bothered to point out that there already is plenty of credible research on precisely that question.
Lynne Stopkewich's Kissed, another Canadian movie about the erotic allure of the big sleep, also reduces its dead to objects, in the process lending vivid new meaning to the term "stiff." Moreover, the spent nature of its dearly departed is at least compensated for by an overriding concern to answer the question--a reasonable one, it would seem--about why someone might be turned on by death, a question Crash, in its artful, millennium's end amorality, cannot be bothered to address.
My only wish about Sontag is that she had bothered to weather what the rest of us daily endure: I wish she had come out of the closet.
Frankly, it wasn't the size of our chapter that bothered me.