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a judge.
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The five texts also react differently to anti-envronmentalists' characterization of environmentalists as doomsters and Chicken Littles.
Partly, I am influenced by their strength in the Buy to Let sector, where doomsters have long predicted trouble if property prices start to fall.
Foreigners and technology combine to push Americans to lower rungs on their income ladders, or so say the doomsters.
Candlelight)--My favorite Canadian stoner doomsters are back.
Forget the planetary doomsters, ignore the cosmic threats and attune to boosting your career between April and July.
That looks like good timing to catch a crash which, even doomsters suggest, probably won't last more than a couple of years.
Hardy used different names for the same phenomenon: "Crass Casualty," "purblind Doomsters," "Spinner of the Years," the "Immanent Will.
It just ties in too neatly with end-of-the-world doomsters and other kooks
Of course, millions of people believe that we have only a few more years before the end, and no doubt some such doomsters are among the readers of this article.
Under the name Ross Macdonald he wrote The Barbarous Coast (1956), The Doomsters (1958), and The Galton Case (1959).
So, is this the big one, the financial Chemobyl that doomsters have been waiting for?