here/there (one) goes again

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here/there (one) goes again

One is doing something they always do. Always used in the present tense. The specific phrase "Here we go again" is used in a slightly different way, meaning "we are about to experience the same thing we have experienced before." Here he goes again, ranting about how you can't get good service anymore. There she goes again, making friends with every person she meets.
See also: again, goes, here, there
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There you go again, just when I thought you were a newspaper with independent thought, you fall right into line with the other unfair and unbalanced print media moguls.
Kushner is also the author of ``Successful Presentations for Dummies,'' part of the IDG Books series, and the ``Well, There You Go Again - the Humor that Shaped America'' CD-ROMs and cassettes based on the humor of President Reagan.
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