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KARACHI, March 16, 2012 (Balochistan Times): KESC and KPT won their matches in the National Football Challenge Cup on Thursday but Police-KRL tie was abandoned due to the bad attitude of police team.
Kidd feels Balotelli deserves some sympathy because of the difficulties of adapting to life in a new country at such a young age, rather than abuse because of his perceived bad attitude.
Everyone's welcome, but if you come to the door and you've got a bad attitude, you're not allowed in.
If I'm really to "be myself", then I'm going to act just the way God made me - warts, imperfections, character flaws, bad attitudes, and all.
She notes that it is easy for people to slip into inconsiderate behavior when they are overworked, frenzied, or tired, but warns that bad attitudes can be contagious and may eventually affect an entire company.
Compared to people with bad attitudes, people who are cheerful and relaxed are less likely to suffer from colds, according to a new study.
Sandra Bernhard: Everything Bad and Beautiful Through May 28 (NYC) Our favorite server of bad attitude brings her unique blend of music, comedy, and rage to off-Broadway.
Byline: Rich Hammond Staff Writer Jeremy Roenick isn't likely to practice much for the rest of the season, but it's not a symptom of a bad attitude.