doomster


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doomster

a judge.
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You can dismiss the whole country as "doomsters" and "gloomsters" but it's in your power to create genuine sunlit uplands for them to enjoy.
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.
Doomsters often argue that the amount of available land places a constraint on population growth.
His wordsmith's skills flourish as in "boosterism", "turbo charging" and, of course, "doomster and gloomster", create a new political lexicon.
Although Ehrlich was certainly the most strident doomster, he was far from alone in his famine forecasts.
Despite references to "doomster excess," Fortune perpetuates two well-entrenched fallacies.
The Doomster used sneakily subtle methods on him, knowing full well that Maesteg lads don't believe in being injured or otherwise distracted.
Derek McGregor The one safe prediction I can make about this final is that doomster Jim Farry will be jeered like never before.
Note that Anderson isn't a doomster: Hey, humanity has a future, ecocatastrophe won't do us in, and we'll learn to manage the planet sustainably.
He added: "The doubters, the doomsters, the gloomsters - they are going to get it wrong again."