Okay but I looked up this place and Wikipedia says the following:
The island is only inhabited by Faroe sheep and seabirds. Getting ashore is difficult, and can be performed only in perfect weather. The cliffs can be climbed with the aid of ropes placed by the owners of the sheep.
Why, why would you keep sheep on an island you have to climb up ropes to access? Do they haul their sheep-shearing shit up to the island and scale the cliff to shear the sheep? They must, right? Easier to get sacks of wool off the island than sheep.
EXCEPT NO. THEY JUST FUCKIN’
People sail to the island in a fishing boat, towing several rowing skiffs. The sheep are then caught, restrained by tying their feet together, put in nets five at a time and lowered by ropes to the skiffs. Each skiff then takes its load of 15 sheep to the fishing boat, which returns to the island of Suðuroy. The sheep are unloaded on the wharf in the village of Hvalba, where they are placed in rows and distributed to their owners.
Anyway I was enraged but then I went to the island’s website and was backhanded into 1997 so hello from the Clinton Administration, I guess.
BREAKING NEWS: TINY FLUFFY CLOUD!!!!!!!!!