The last thing they're worried about now is us.
People don't feel comfortable getting mental health care, necessarily, because they're worried that their friends are going to think they're unstable or they're crazy.
There will be planes in the air, and no, we're not worried.
From the science point of view, the thing I get worried about is the paucity of information, the fact that we are dealing with something that is evolving very rapidly. We may not have the time to do the long-standing research.
A lot of people believe that if your school closes, you don't have school taxes. If people are worried about money, they should be really worried if the school closes.
Of course, we see the end and it's a bad taste in our mouths. We're worried about this year. It wouldn't matter what happened last year.
I was a little worried after the first inning when we scored two runs, but we left a runner on third with no outs, and they came back to tie it up. I thought our kids, especially Anderson, really settled down and gave a chance to get it back with the bats later on.
I live about a half a mile. I'm not that worried about myself. Its more about the kids who could be playing around there.
We weren't worried about it (the wooden spoon). We knew if we played some good footy we'd stay clear of it.
We're weighing all of our options and deciding what to do. We're very worried this [combination] could become the 900,000 pound gorilla that limits open access to content.
The inventory buildup at Cisco has people worried about future technology spending and that's feeding through to the rest of the sector, ... Valuations are still very high in the tech sector so any bad news hurts.
Gold is very sensitive to inflation. If you're worried about inflation, you tend to see gains in gold.
If investors are worried about inflation, this is a great vehicle for them.
You can never panic in this situation, we got a little worried, but never panicked. This feels amazing to play in this atmosphere. Not every kid gets to do this.
It was completely balanced, completely objective. That's what'll have worried the BBC. Anybody watching that play can see we were right.
I think they're worried they're going to end up in the middle of a shooting war between their brethren, the North Koreans, and the Americans, who may not really care about what a war would do to South Korea.
We definitely see the demand slowing. I'm worried about how much product is being talked about in Dallas.
This will be taken positively by the market. Investors have been worried about the government's finances.
Their parents could not be legal (immigrants), so they are worried about engaging with the government.
I believe it's constantly good to be paranoid. If I'm not worried about Toyota (Motor Corp.) or the Koreans, I'm worried about the Chinese. I think that sets up a pretty good framework for how you need to operate.
If there were a good, user-level solution out there, we wouldn't be so worried about passing anti-spam legislation. ISPs can filter and block hosts who send almost nothing but spam, but at the user level there isn't much you can do that also wouldn't affect legitimate e-mail.
We are a bit worried that this bill will pre-empt some tough anti-spam laws in states like California, Washington and Virginia.
Often [our non-native Spanish-speaking listeners] are nervous about being on the air, worried that they might make a mistake. But we receive plenty of e-mails from English-speaking soccer fans who listen to us regularly.
I was crying. I was feeling very said. I was so worried about Marisa.
I'm a little worried we won't get everything to look nice and work to capacity, but I am sure we will compete. We look at all of our victories one thing at a time. Once we get a part done we can say, 'Oh yes, we got there.' It is complicated, but we will get it done.