He's mad at me for being in his ward on Election Day.
I feel like my home has been held hostage these last years. It just makes me so mad to think that because they have more money, I have to give up my home. This is really legalized stealing.
There should also be a few mad scientists on hand.
You've got happy people, sad people and really mad people. I don't know what to do at this time. I guess we'll have to ride this out for a year.
When people are drunk and mad they do stupid stuff.
The one thing we tell everybody is never go to bed mad -- but we've done that a few times. It happens.
I'm not mad about being here, I'm more upset about not being here full time.
Some guys were crying. We all were mad and disappointed.
It's generally when everybody is back from spring break and it's before the mad rush for the end of the [school] year.
Some journalists just got mad and let their anger be expressed. It turns out, that's appropriate. The great advantage of American journalism is that it has the power to move the public.
I get confused at times what they're after. Maybe they're just mad in general and want things changed. The law says land should be of market value and analysis shows our (office) is conservative on that matter. I always have to remind people that I don't get a commission.
Ramon did have to check him on that first turn, but Don't Get Mad ran a very good race.
How sad and bad and mad it was - / But then, how it was sweet!
OK. And he didn't appear to be mad to you, right?
What we do is we don?t get mad at each other. We talk about it and then figure something out. You can always shift around the budget categories and make things work.
it's all on you. When I was younger, in team sports, I'd get mad at people if they screwed up. I sort of had to take matters into my own hands, and tennis was the way to do it.
Black people are mad because they feel the reason for the slow response is because those people are black and they didn't support George Bush. And I don't expect that feeling to go away anytime soon.
People got upset, people got mad. (Jones) does not admit there was any assault or vandalism. He wants to put it behind him.
In the middle of a world that had always been a bit mad, the cat walks with confidence.
I was kinda mad I had to sit out, but I was gonna cheer and talk loud as much as I could.
My wife (Jenny) gets mad at me sometimes because I'm always cracking jokes, ... Sometimes I don't take things too seriously. But laughter is the best medicine. If you're laughing, life is better.
We were mad the game was cancelled. We can't wait to play them again.
San Francisco is a mad city - inhabited for the most part by perfectly insane people whose women are of remarkable beauty.
I was not happy about it at all. I'm mad as hell.
Sometimes we disagree when writing songs. We'll get mad at each, but eventually we'll put everything together and it all comes out fine. We won't stay mad at each other for long.