doomster


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doomster

a judge.
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In often-repeated rhetoric, environmental prophets were dubbed Chicken-Littles (featherheaded neurotically fearful alarmists who, alas, swept others up into their hysteria) and doomsters (willful and programmatic pessimists, spoilers of everybody's joys).
Likewise, would a doomster with a leaking roof welcome additions to his to-do list of chores because more chores mean "more jobs"?
Far from an organ of doomster culture, it is a model of discretion and scientific balance.
Such doomsters not only fail to appreciate the huge environmental gains made over the past 30 years, they ignore the simple fact that increased wealth, population, and technological innovation don't degrade and destroy the environment.
Maybe, the doomsters warn, they will never go back.
The Welsh economy needs more indigenous businesses to succeed, so don't be put off by the doomsters - even the largest multinational group was a small start-up at one time
Were it not for Brexit giving financial markets the heebie-jeebies, this would have to have been one of the shortest bear markets in living memory -- unless, of course, you take note of doomsters like that blithering idiot of a so-called financial expert who writes, inter-alia no doubt, for the Motley Fool .
And let's be clear to the nay-sayers and doomsters - a combined authority emphatically does not represent another tier of bureaucracy; rather, it From Page 15 should deliver the sensible co-operation and agreed working across specific areas - public transport, rail franchising, highway priorities, strategic planning, economic development, marketing and broader housing issues - that characterises successful metro-regions in mainland Europe and the USA.
Christmas is the season when we regularly practice good will to all men [and women]; sorry for these doomsters, Christmas in September will never catch on in Bahrain.
The nineteenth century was acutely conscious of the ambiguous situation of individual lives and egos--from Wordsworth's Prelude to Swinburne's fellow Pre-Raphaelite George Meredith to Hardy's Wessex folk and their purblind Doomsters.
Contrary to what doomsters like George Galloway say, Scotland is a tolerant nation - it's just as well.
New media will kill traditional media and agencies, the doomsters say.