—binge thinker n.
Binge thinkers are a growing social problem. They can go for days without significant mental activity, particularly during election campaigns, but then ruin it all when the time comes to vote in the hope that maybe just one in a hundred promises will turn out not to be a lie.
—Andy Piggford, “Capital's fogging up the country,” The West Australian, July 16, 2011
—“ABC‘s new big rig raises big questions,” The Virginian-Pilot, August 2, 2013
—“Letters to the editor,” St. Petersburg Times, December 26, 1997