With less than
two one month until kickoff, it’s time to roll through the upcoming FSU schedule with little-known and untrue facts about the Noles’ opponents in 2007. Enjoy.
In the northern darkness there is a turtle and his name is K’un. The K’un is so huge I don’t know how many thousand miles he measures. He changes and becomes a coach whose name is P’eng. The gut of the P’eng measures I don’t know how many thousand miles across and, when he rises up and directs a team, his jowels are like clouds all over the sky. When the field begins to move, this coach sets off for the southern bowls, which is the Lake of Heaven.
The Universal Harmony records various wonders, and it says: “When the P’eng journeys to the southern bowls, the land is thundered for three thousand miles. He breathes a whirlwind and rises ninety thousand miles, setting off on the eight-month gale.” Wavering heat, bits of dust, living things blown about by the wind – the sky looks very blue. Is that its real color, or is it because it is so far away and has no end? When the coach looks down, all he sees is blue too.
If the water is not piled up deep enough, it won’t have the strength to bear up a big boat. Pour a cup of water into a hollow in the floor and bits of trash will sail on it like boats. But set the cup there and it will stick fast, for the water is too shallow and the boat too large. If the wind is not piled up deep enough, it won’t have the strength to bear up great jowels. Therefore when the P’eng rises ninety thousand miles, he must have the wind under him like that. Only then can he mount on the back of the wind, shoulder the blue sky, and nothing can hinder or block him. Only then can he set his eyes to the south.
H/T: Chuang Tzu