I didn't agree with the summary closure of Which is correct: “bored of”, “bored by”, “bored with”? at the time, but you only get one "reopen" vote, and mine has expired (or perhaps been defeated by a second closure after being reopened, I don't know).
Unlike Carlo, I don't have a killer answer waiting to post. All I can say is Googling bored of with by gives me one link to a brief entry by oxforddictionaries, followed by dozen of links which are either irrelevant, or suggest many other people are asking the same question.
I don't profess to understand of complements with psych-verbs, but it seems to me there's more to it than has thus far been recognised. When trying to figure out what it was getting at, I recalled the bored of question, so I searched for that hoping I might find some useful information there.
Obviously even if anyone had anything to contribute that might have interested me, they wouldn't be likely to post it against a closed question. To my mind, bored of is a live issue epitomising an ongoing linguistic development, and I think it sends the wrong message that ELU just has a closed question with a flippant top-rated/accepted answer saying All are correct!!...I'm bored to death!! ;)
Can I have my ball back, please?