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    Seriously..

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsIlayzHBmA"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OsIlayzHBmA[/ame]

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashestowake View Post
    Seriously..

    Ahhh, you did notice this was the ChiefsCrowd right?

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    As generally understood, the person accusing is understood to share some quality with the target of their accusation. An alternative interpretation, recognised by some,[1][2] but not all,[3] sources is that the pot is sooty (being placed on a fire), while the kettle is clean and shiny (being placed on coals only), and hence when the pot accuses the kettle of being black, it is the potís own sooty reflection that it sees: the pot accuses the kettle of a fault that only the pot has, rather than one that they share.

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    Well, he plays for an immature owner so this makes sense to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by #58ChiefsFan View Post
    As generally understood, the person accusing is understood to share some quality with the target of their accusation. An alternative interpretation, recognised by some,[1][2] but not all,[3] sources is that the pot is sooty (being placed on a fire), while the kettle is clean and shiny (being placed on coals only), and hence when the pot accuses the kettle of being black, it is the potís own sooty reflection that it sees: the pot accuses the kettle of a fault that only the pot has, rather than one that they share.
    WTF? Thats good, very good!

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    Im not a jerk because I put the smiley face afterward right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by okikcfan View Post
    Ahhh, you did notice this was the ChiefsCrowd right?
    ...Nothing wrong with the post really, it just happens to be in the wrong forum is all. I'll take care of that.


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    Moved.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    Moved.
    and the post count keeps on rolling.......


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    Quote Originally Posted by #58ChiefsFan View Post
    As generally understood, the person accusing is understood to share some quality with the target of their accusation. An alternative interpretation, recognised by some,[1][2] but not all,[3] sources is that the pot is sooty (being placed on a fire), while the kettle is clean and shiny (being placed on coals only), and hence when the pot accuses the kettle of being black, it is the potís own sooty reflection that it sees: the pot accuses the kettle of a fault that only the pot has, rather than one that they share.
    In my admittedly limited experiences with kitchenware I have noticed that while pots are almost always black, kettles are often red, blue or any number of colors. So while the former is usually the one calling the latter names (you never hear of the kettle calling anyone anything) the aforementioned label may or may not apply to the kettle, but almost always applies to the pot.

    I will admit to having limited knowledge in this area, however, as I rarely come across talking pots anymore since I quit dropping acid!
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