Thursday, March 3, 2011

"Rock Bottom? That's a Fishing Term."

Apparently I missed the memo.

It's supposed to be all Charlie, all the time. Game/PUA blogs, MRA blogs, The Spearhead, Paleo Blogs, conspiracy theory blogs...all the genres that make up my daily blog readings are all on the Charlie Sheen bandwagon.

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?!?

So I do a little googling to see what the fuss is all about...and it looks like Charlie is getting the Mel Gibson treatment...or as some commenter over at Roissy's put it, "he crossed the Jewbicon." (man, I literally laughed out loud when I read that.)

Better not criticize that certain ethnic/cultural identity, even if they DO run Hollywood and everyone knows it.

I used to think Black, feminist lesbian single mothers on welfare were the most protected minority class in politically correct Amerikkka. No, we now know that the most politically correct minority is the "chosen ones."

Ah well...while googling up Charlie, I found a most excellent, hilarious website, Live the Sheen Dream. What a fountain of knowledge! Some of my favs:

"Rock Bottom? That's a Fishing Term."

"Faith is for winners. Hope is for losers."

"The only thing I’m addicted to right now is winning."

"I don’t think people are ready for the message I’m delivering."

"You can’t process me with a normal brain."

"Why give an interview when you can leave a warning?"

"When I’m fighting a war there’s no room for sensitivity."

"I’m just giving them what I guess they want, I just don’t know if they can handle it. Pussies."

"I’m done. It’s on. Bring it."

You certainly are bringing it, Charlie!


Simon Grey said...

I had only watched a little bit of Two and a half Men, and had only seen a couple movies with Charlie Sheen in them. I thought he was a pretty good actor. But since this story has blown up over the last couple of weeks, I've gotta say that I am in complete awe of his awesomeness and winningness.

Anonymous said...

I watched some Two and a half Me episodes on the plane once. Didn't seem all that funny, but it certainly wasn't the first time I couldn't understand why something was as popular as it was.