- n. Plural form of lemming.
“The response of the lemmings is always that the only thing that matters is share price.”
“Command-and-control obviously haven't worked so well Enron is an example for both the failure of regulation and public disclosure, but even a decentralized model still leads to fat-tail events like mobs or what I called the lemmings effect.”
“Considering you are NOTHING but an ignorant brainwashed rightwing punkass troll your projection about lemmings is precious.”
“So the McCain lemmings are still parroting the spin about Afghanistan hearings by the Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee that Senator Obama chairs?”
“By definition 100% of the "illegals" have broken the law. also, is the use of "typical" in lemmings post more or less ugly than when obama himself used it?”
“Chalk this up to the same disappointment I had about lemmings, and all the Eskimo words for snow.”
“Then we can make up our own minds, unlike lemmings from the left.”
“Malcolm Muggeridge has pointed out what he calls the "liberal death wish" in which western civilization, like lemmings, is heading to ultimate destruction.”
“Is it any wonder the Republicant's are referred to as 'lemmings'?”
“The apple "lemmings" ad might have suffered sequel burn trying to follow in the footsteps of the hugely successful "1984" ad, but not matter what people say today - like that business people were "offended" at being called lemmings and that the ad was "depressing" - I can't help but like the dang thing.”
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