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Dr Jan Bondeson, of Cardiff University, said: "The Nazis seemed to think nothing of human rights, but lots about animal rights."
The bullies in big cars who regard the road as their own and think nothing of upsetting other road users get my vote as the most dangerous - young or old.
Everyday we're impacted by them, but think nothing of them.
Many city dwellers think nothing of having doctors at easy access.
OUR councillors think nothing of wasting council tax payers' money on reconstructing the unsightly red plaques in Millennium Square which are as bad as they ever were.
I'm proud of my town but not of litter-louts who think nothing of putting bin bags out in their alleys.
"A Bill of Rights," wrote James Winthrop, "serves to secure the minority against the usurpations and tyranny of the majority." Unfortunately, we are gradually losing our fights to ambitious bureaucrats in government who think nothing of using the power of government to destroy people.
And the workplace is the most common environment for ID theft to take place ( as colleagues think nothing of forging signatures on corporate letters and lending credit cards to others for travel expenses.
I would see ABBA, then AC/DC, then Air Supply, then Rose Tattoo, and think nothing of it.
As a result, teams think nothing of carving an engine from billet--an exercise that gives a very precise wall thickness, stable material properties, and that can run non-stop--or having a bill of materials of $250,000 per engine.
Now he just has to explain his crawling attitude to Saddam's son - though many supposedly respectable MPs would think nothing of shaking the hand of George Bush - who is every bit as feared in the Arab world as Saddam.