K: Grey nothing. I'm mad.
K: No one thinks the right things.
K: What is this grey thing?
L: You said "Grrrrr...."
K: That's because I was pissed.
L: What about?
K: For starters, tax.
L: What's wrong with tax? You put money in the kitty and then you get to share the pizza.
K: But I don't want pizza, and besides, I don't like cats.
K: A joke... you said "put money in the kitty."
L: Ha Ha.
K: So Grey?
L: Yes, it's the middle way.
K: What do ya mean?
L: Look at tax differently.
K: Ya want me to stand on my head. Right is right and wrong is wrong.
L: Who taught you that?
K: I don't know. Maybe the Bible.
L: You never read the bible. If you had, I would have never married you.
K: So what's this about grey?
L: Just realize that all these opinions are neither right nor wrong.
K: Taxes are wrong.
L: No, they do good things and they do bad things.
K: How can that be?
L: Grey. Everything is a shade of grey.
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