Sheep respond violently to The Hobbit

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In a turn of events that I will no doubt regret for as long as I live, sheep have responded violently to plans for The Hobbit. We are ashamed to admit that our earlier reports of sheep invading Hobbiton and of plans to film The Hobbit in New Zealand after all were released to the public before deeply embedded Kiwi spies were able to evacuate the suspicious village.

As you are all aware, sheep do not have hands and cannot use computers. I believe it is assumed at this time that Hobbiton has gained allies, possibly extra-terrestrial in origin. Â

Actor/Narrator Ron Perlman, once attached to star in the new Hobbit films, had this to say:

“War is the song that doesn’t end. Yes it just goes on and on my friends. Some people started singing it without knowing what it was, and they’ll continue singing it forever just because.”

In a turn of events that I will no doubt regret for as long as I live, sheep have responded violently to plans for The Hobbit. We are ashamed to admit that our earlier reports of sheep invading Hobbiton and of plans to film The Hobbit in New Zealand after all were released to the public before deeply embedded Kiwi spies were able to evacuate the suspicious village.

As you are all aware, sheep do not have hands and cannot use computers. I believe it is assumed at this time that Hobbiton has gained allies, possibly extra-terrestrial in origin.   

Actor/Narrator Ron Perlman, once attached to star in the new Hobbit films, had this to say:

"War is the song that doesn't  end. Yes it just goes on and on my friends. Some people started singing it without knowing what it was, and they'll continue singing it forever just because."{{page_break}}