animals, some with wobbly, damp, noses, are set to join the
human shield being organised by antiwar protesters in Iraq,
we have been told.
hope that this will give the shield more of a farmyard feeling,
which in turn will look better on television.
personnel, who may not think twice about shooting a super
accurate computer guided missile "straight over the head"
of a crusty guy in an old anorak, may think twice if a bunny
rabbit jumps up, or a ground hog waves a paw - it's those
little moments of cute'n'cuddliness that can make all the
difference", a well known Hollywood personality told
A small boat with farmyard animals has set sail for the Gulf
from France, and will arrive in the region in the next two
weeks, according to our source.