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Eeeee, this has been a bad day but tomorrow will be worse.
His father’d had a bad day at work, had come home early and been instantly enraged because his mother hadn’t had his dinner on the table.
It is a bad day for a race, too, when it becomes over-civilised.
In nonbipolar children, a bad day at school, a fight with a friend, or being the “loser” at Candyland might trigger a bad mood.
While we were milling around, Burns told me that Rice, calling from Israel, said we were having a bad day meaning, of course, Rice had had a bad day, with her trip to Lebanon canceled, and that we should try to settle on some kind of PRST without further delay.
In it, Samuel Hayes, Sr. father of the current owner, publisher, and editor, basically opined as to how it was a bad day at Black Rock.