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gloom-and-doomers

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  • n. Plural form of gloom-and-doomer.

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Examples

  • Rob for creating a little "Free Speech Zone" for us incurable gloom-and-doomers to romp in, today.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Today Is Restricted Negativity Day On OpEdNews

  • How will the gloom-and-doomers spin this in a negative way?

    Polls: Obama Narrowly Ahead In Three Key Battleground States

  • The difference here is that these folks aren't gloom-and-doomers who have droned the same message for over 30 years.

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  • Two out of the first three years, the gloom-and-doomers said there's not a shot in heck of playing.

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  • If you believe the NBA economic gloom-and-doomers, the deadline will feature A LOT more teams looking to sell than teams looking to buy.

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  • The editorial critics dismiss the Austrians as "liquidationists," gloom-and-doomers who believe in the

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  • The fact that the stocks of retailers, especially those aimed at teens, are not getting crushed indicates that Wall Street isn't quite yet ready to believe the consumer is dead, despite the warnings of some gloom-and-doomers.

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  • Here's Joe's take on the latest argument put forth by the gloom-and-doomers with regard to Hurricane Katrina, tsunamis, floods, pestilence and ... you name it, and the ties the hysterics are trying to make between weather patterns and global warming in an article by Bill Hoffman for The New York Post entitled "Disaster Warning": "Many of us said for years that New Orleans was a sitting duck.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • Don't take those gloom-and-doomers and all the rest. "

    Sleepwalking Through History: America in the Reagan Years

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