Moment Of Silence – Charlie Sheen

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John Stamos – two great photos.

Charlie’s apology to John Stamos.

Everywhere I look, everything I hear, there is mention of Charlie Sheen and how great he believes he is because he can party harder than anyone else and has dubbed himself a Rock Star.

Let’s have a moment of silence for him.  No, really.  Then maybe he’ll give us a moment of silence back.  Please Charlie.

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15 Responses to Moment Of Silence – Charlie Sheen

  1. yellowcat says:

    I wonder what drugs he’s taking that make him think he looks good. Barf.

  2. I do not like how obsessed everyone is with Charlie Sheen’s behavior…THANK YOU for keeping it classy Techy!

  3. Johan Stamos was all over my walls as a kid. He was gorgeous!!!
    But he is not Charlie….. and i think he honestly makes that show.
    We look forward to it every week. John may just not do it justice.
    xx

  4. John Erickson says:

    Wow, Workingtechmom, I love your flag counter at the bottom of your page. Your country of second most frequent hits is Pakistan? With over 30 more than the UK or Canada? Weird – do you have some secret connection to Pakistan we should know about? 😉

  5. TheIdiotSpeaketh says:

    RIP Charlie….. It’s still mind-boggling to me that he is Martin Sheen’s son….. Martin is one of the coolest, nicest people on the face of the planet. I feel sorry for poor Martin through all of this fiasco.

  6. huffygirl says:

    What blows me away is that he still finds women willing to marry him, even after they see what happened to the last wife. His wedding license should come with a restraining order – they’re going to need it sooner or later anyway.

    • caila serone says:

      Honesty I am appalled at the pathetic behavior of the people who are judging Charlie Sheen . Addiction or mental illness is NOT a laughing matter. I saw an interview that charlie did,and he said and I Quote”he would act out as a child and this was a very disruptive and continuous behavior where he would become so angry and act out violently. And then acted as if were no big deal. This makes me wonder if there is not some sort of mental illness behind the whole issue.
      It is easy to make fun or point a finger at another person. But what does that say about you? Do you like being demeaned or disrespected? Is this the kind of attitude you are teaching you children? No wonder crime is at an all time high. Sorry but all the bashing is really pathetic.

      • John Erickson says:

        Caila Serone – I feel that the “insulting” behaviour you find objection to, is just simple exhaustion. There are numerous people out there who have fought addiction, who have had to learn how to behave in public, and who have had FAR fewer resources than Mr. Sheen has available to do so. (I myself am a “former” alcoholic and fight to keep my pain medications from taking over my life, as they did 10 years ago.) While there may be some honest disease or incapacity behind Mr. Sheen’s condition, his attitude in “fighting his demons” has been that of a petulant child – if he can’t have his way, he’ll take his toys and go home (i.e. pay him $3 million an episode and fire people he wants dismissed, or he walks from his show in violation of contract). If he had shown any amount of true remorse, I might be more willing to agree in this case, but with his repeated assinine and selfish behaviour, I know MY tolerance evaporated long ago. He may have some real underlying condition, but with the reports of late, all I hear is a greedy child with no sense of self control.

      • It’s very odd how you tie people talking about his very public antics into crime.

  7. John Erickson says:

    You know, it’s not nice to title your post after Mr. Sheen, then put Mr. Stamos’ photos first. We stoned people get easily confused, especially when we’ve consumed double our normal daily dosage of pain-killers for our headaches and shot shoulders. That was a real Twilight Zone moment – I swear I even saw Rod over in the corner with a cigarette! 😀

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