How can I get a jQuery function to continuously repeat?

I have the following code which works perfectly, but what I would like it to do is keep repeating the transitions infinitely. How can I do this?
function home_text_c() {
$(document).ready(function() {
		setTimeout(function(){$("#pound").slideDown(1500);}, 1000);
		setTimeout(function(){$("#poundreflection").animate({ height:"76px" }, 1500);}, 1000);
		
		setTimeout(function(){$("#pound").SlideUp(3500);}, 1000);
		setTimeout(function(){$("#poundreflection").animate({ height:"0px" }, 3500);}, 1000);

	});
}

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adammorlandAsked:
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StealthyDevCommented:
Are you looking for one which is like bouncing-marquee?
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StealthyDevCommented:
You can achieve like this:

setTimeout(function(){$("#pound").slideDown(1500);setTimeout(function(){$("#pound").slideDown(1500);}, 1000);}, 1000);
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SteveZzCommented:
setInterval(function(){$("#pound").SlideUp(3500);}, 1000);
The code above should do what you're looking for.
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StealthyDevCommented:
Yes, they are correct, you can achieve it by replacing your setTimeout to setInterval.

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adammorlandAuthor Commented:
perfect! Thank you!
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