Sunday, March 13, 2011

Confucius vs. P.E.T.A.

"Under a black jacket, he wore lambskin; under an undyed jacket, he wore fawnskin; under a yellow jacket, he wore fox fur.

His informal fur coat was long but with a short right sleeve.

He invariably had a night robe which was half as long again as he was tall.

Their fur being thick, pelts of the fox and the badger were used as rugs." - Analects, X.6

Still trying to determine whether or not Confucius was a member of the NRA.

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