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Disney was further dinged by a lack of live sports on its ESPN networks and new production for its ABC network, offering further reason for pessimism.
Yet, even as someone who often savors Fey and Carlock at their most scathing, I find the show’s relative optimism refreshing—not because I want to see them take fewer risks, but because pessimism and misanthropy now feel too obvious to be subversive.
The extreme pessimism has given way to some optimism for an economic recovery and the disbursement of a vaccine to halt the spread of Covid-19.
Which simple sentence contains more wisdom than all the pessimism of the King of kings.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
The disease of pessimism springs never from real troubles, which it braces men to bear, which it delights men to bear well.
THE POCKET R.L.S.ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
If a fervent desire to help Man, instead of wasting time in prayer to "God," is pessimism, I am a pessimist.
TYRANNY OF GODJOSEPH LEWIS
Is the use of a danger signal at a hazardous crossing, for the purpose of preventing disaster, pessimism?
TYRANNY OF GODJOSEPH LEWIS
Though his pessimism be in great part born of his climate, it has had a very real effect upon his statecraft.
It is neither the amiable fairyland of Callot nor the bourgeois pessimism 53 of Hogarth.
Something of this strange and almost passionate pessimism remained with him his whole life long.

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