I'm like a f-18 bro.
This is the time. The real Reds organization is back.
Here's an article about Charlie's parties with the Reds from John Erardi back in 1993.
my husband and i saw a piece of the video taken when his two year old twins were being put in the car while being taken from his home, and, in the background, you could hear one of the little guys saying, "go bye-bye". we have 2 grand-toddlers that age, and it just caught us short...
you have to wonder where its going to end with this guy
winning....here is the thing and I am NOT a fan of Sheen or his TV show.....I dont even like Sheen the actor outside of his minor role in outsiders. Charlie is a human being and who are we, you and I, to judge him for doing what he wants to do? He made his money and he is spending it how he wants....is he selling his drugs to kids? I doubt it.....is he hurting anyone other than his own body? I doubt it.....Charlie is not been found guilty by law of doing anything wrong....sure he does or did drugs but once again, Charlie does not sit around and tell you or I how to live so why do we think we get to tell him how to live?
I love my life, could not imagine living a day in his shoes...and as a man I still do not find it all that appeasing...would I like the rock star image for a day? maybe, but I do not envy his money and fame for a second....he has to pay to get someone to love him and he has no friends....which still brings me back to my original point....why do we judge him when he is not judging us?
Then again, why not judge him? Price of fame, man.
I'm sure 'ole Charlie regularly reads this thread.
"Hey...Dad. Wanna Have A Catch?" Kevin Costner in "Field Of Dreams."
CBS should just film Charlie at home with his goddesses, and call it "Two and Half Morons."
"Man, the pitch looks fast, even in slow motion." Thom Brennaman on Chapman's fastball.
Anyhoo, I've enjoyed a lot of his work. I've never been able to turn off Red Dawn, no matter what point of the movie its in when I happen upon it, I'll watch it out unless I have places to go. Though a bit part, his role in Ferris Bueller's day off is memorable. Young Guns, Wall Street, Men at Work (the first time you see it, its not very repeatable) Platoon and I'm sure many others that I've forgotten were all good. I'm by no means a regular 2 & half men viewer, but watch it enough in syndication and laugh at most episodes. I'm guessing Charlie has sat around and "judged" others for not being able to live his lifestyle. Heck, you're judging people, for judging him. If Charlie would just shut up and handle his business, he'd be out of the limelight and this thread would have been 1 page long. No matter what you think of him, he's certainly been entertaining the last couple of weeks. It may or may not be slightly orchastrated, but its entertaining non the less.