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Mullvaden wrote

You mean years I think? He's been doing the alt-right brogrammer thing for a long time now.


yaaqov wrote

(In some varieties of English, the phrase "(for) a minute"—especially when embedded within a perfective-progressive context ("...has been... (for) a minute") and often with extra prominence on "minute" ("a MINute")—is used to mean "a long time".)


Mullvaden wrote

As you might have guessed, I'm a non-native speaker of English and had no idea. Thanks for enlightening me.