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A Classical Definition for Doom and Gloom

“Plutoinduced Mellonophobia”: the fear of the future for those that had never been this rich.

It defines the collective depression entrenched in contemporary European (and American) culture, manifesting itself in a series of forever gloomy expectations (peak oil, end of cheap food, catastrophic climate change, collapsing quality of life, etc)

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  1. Douglas Hoyt
    2008/08/14 at 00:20

    Perhaps the BBC staff and everyone else should be forced to watch the movie Pollyanna at least once each year.

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