Charlie Sheen leaves me speechless

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I had to post this because I really don’t know what to say about it.

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4 Comments
  1. Anonymous says

    Wow, Hollywood’s first introduction to mental illness, it seems. Too bad they can’t spend their energy creating something positive out of this instead of profiting off Sheen’s back. I’m speachless alright…

  2. Anonymous says

    Wow, Hollywood’s first introduction to mental illness, it seems. Too bad they can’t spend their energy creating something positive out of this instead of profiting off Sheen’s back. I’m speachless alright…

  3. Anonymous says

    I see government and Hollywood sharing a lot in common. Both are meccas of excess, both are completely divorced from the reality most experience every day. Both are populated by social status seekers that will do absolutely anything to get ahead. Sociopaths, basically, are the only survivors.

    Sheen is rebelling against these sociopaths by refusing to play by their rules. Like a politician that arrives to office only to find out how much greed and corruption dominate the scene. The sociopath adapts and becomes one him/herself. Those that try to change the way things are done are labeled as ‘kooky’. But are they? Perhaps Sheen is one of the only sane ones…

    1. Edward Harrison says

      Thanks for the thoughts, Matt. I thought Sheen was pretty funny actually. But he is clearly in denial about something because he pretty much pooh-poohs the concept that he has done anything wrong in his private life – not that this is relevant to his job performance.

      I still don’t know what to make of the interview. Let’s see what he says in the part airing tomorrow morning.

  4. Anonymous says

    I see government and Hollywood sharing a lot in common. Both are meccas of excess, both are completely divorced from the reality most experience every day. Both are populated by social status seekers that will do absolutely anything to get ahead. Sociopaths, basically, are the only survivors.

    Sheen is rebelling against these sociopaths by refusing to play by their rules. Like a politician that arrives to office only to find out how much greed and corruption dominate the scene. The sociopath adapts and becomes one him/herself. Those that try to change the way things are done are labeled as ‘kooky’. But are they? Perhaps Sheen is one of the only sane ones…

    1. Edward Harrison says

      Thanks for the thoughts, Matt. I thought Sheen was pretty funny actually. But he is clearly in denial about something because he pretty much pooh-poohs the concept that he has done anything wrong in his private life – not that this is relevant to his job performance.

      I still don’t know what to make of the interview. Let’s see what he says in the part airing tomorrow morning.

  5. Laws House says

    He’s detoxing and will exhibit bizarre behavior. It’s a parallel to someone becoming intoxicated. Brain chemistry out of whack (trust me, totally scientific lingo ; )

  6. Laws House says

    He’s detoxing and will exhibit bizarre behavior. It’s a parallel to someone becoming intoxicated. Brain chemistry out of whack (trust me, totally scientific lingo ; )

  7. Laws House says

    He’s detoxing and will exhibit bizarre behavior. It’s a parallel to someone becoming intoxicated. Brain chemistry out of whack (trust me, totally scientific lingo ; )

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