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According to this thesis, black Americans exist in a moment of foundational violence—slavery—that repeats ad infinitum.
The current 4-41 checks in at .090 and that's rounding up its actual .088888 ad infinitum, in keeping with standard statistical practice.
That's the sound of the entire internet freaking out, ad infinitum, because guess what: Kylie Jenner's pregnancy has just been confirmed.
The line—a misquote of the actual 1970 warning from an Apollo 13 astronaut to mission control in Houston—comes up ad infinitum, especially in newspaper headlines and sports broadcasts.
After staunchly repeating ad infinitum that now is not the time, May is expected to refuse to open negotiations with Scottish Ministers.
That's the sound of the entire Internet still freaking out, ad infinitum, because Kylie Jenner is allegedly pregnant.
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