Doesn’t expecting the unexpected make the unexpected expected?

The quick answer is yes. The more accurate and profound answer is no, it just means you are more prepared when the unexpected expectedly unexpectedly makes you its selection so your detection allows a deflection of the infection making the unexpected expected and in a most expectedly unexpected way. See? Simple! But I’ll bet since you were expecting the unexpected, you were expecting that unexpectedly, weren’t you? Your Thoughts?


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