Countably Infinite

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Recently a National Geographic Society scientific expedition applied countable infinity theory to the ocean, resulting in a divide by zero error.

Eric Cantor, santorum sales rep and inventor of the Cantor and Decantor sets, discovered countably infinite sets while spelunking along the Colorado river in 1922. The some-time Senator from Appalachia (although some said he had a case of crabs so bad, they called him the Governor of Maryland) was an oenophile since infancy, and so was chosen by President Taft to execute a warrant to search and seize artifacts, count them and place them in sets of even and odd whole numbers.

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