Posts Tagged ‘Charlie Sheen’

Who Gets Bin Ladens Three Wives? The Winner

May 9, 2011

Pakistan hasn’t given the U.S. access to three of Osama bin Laden’s widows or other information collected following last week’s operation in Pakistan, creating more questions about the country’s role in hiding the late al- Qaeda leader.

National Security Adviser Tom Donilon said the U.S. has requested — and not yet received — access to three of bin Laden’s wives and additional materials recovered by the Pakistanis after the raid in which bin Laden was killed in a compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The role, if any, of Pakistani government officials harboring bin Laden also remains a question, President Barack Obama said.

So who gets Bin Ladens three wives?


Lady Canadian Health Care Minister Wants Charlie Sheen To Call Her, Health Care In Less Than 2 And A Half Days

April 15, 2011

Television star Charlie Sheen is being warned not to smoke while on stage at Toronto’s Massey Hall.

Sheen has frequently been seen smoking on stage during earlier stops on his My Violent Torpedo of Truth tour, which lands in Toronto Thursday for the first of two shows.

Ontario Health Promotion Minister Margarett Best said Thursday public health inspectors will be watching to make sure Sheen doesn’t smoke on stage at Massey Hall.

Best also offered Sheen help to quit smoking, saying he should call her directly or the province’s smokers’ quit line.

American celebrities get to move to the front of the line to receive Canadian health care advise. Sheen gets to call lady Canadian Health Promotion Minister faster than 2 and 1/2 days.


Ask The Eye, He’s No Charlie Sheen

March 15, 2011

 Dear Eye View

My fiance and I are about to be married. We are both very opposite when it comes to our philosophy. I have been involved with the government for over 20 years in one capacity or another. He has always worked for himself and has never really been on his own.(He still lives with his parents) I see the world as “bad things sometimes happen to good people” or “bad things happen to bad people.” He sees the world as if something bad happens, the U.S. government or some ruling family is behind it. For example, he believes that Charlie Sheen wasn’t always crazy and that someone targeted him to make him look crazy because he said that 9/11 was an “inside job.” He believes that the earthquake in Japan was caused by the U.S. government using a large antenna array, called HAARP, to target the Japanese and cause nuclear power to be vilified or for some other nefarious purpose. He focuses on it so much (every conversation is about subjects such as these), instead of the things he should be focusing on, that it scares me. I’ve never seen any evidence to support such philosophy, but it is out there on the Internet. I’m not sure what to do anymore. I don’t want to wake up one day with him moving us to some other place because he suspects we are being targeted for depopulation. Everything that happens is taken at less than face value and there is always an underlying plot of some kind. Not sure quite what to do. Confused

Dear Confused

Charlie Sheen is rich and famous, and crazy, so  the rich and famous part helps explain why women keep marrying him. Your fiance isn’t rich and famous so whats your problem? Call off the marriage and stay away from these conspiracy nuts jobs. These guys drive me nuts… Say, ever seen how the twenty dollar bill predicts 9/11 and the destruction of the World Trade Center? Hope this helps.


UN Supports Gaddafi Spinoff

February 26, 2011

Abdurrahman Shalgam, an ally of Gaddafi since the pair were teenage radicals in the late 1950s, compared the leader’s actions to those of Pol Pot and Hitler and backed the protesters in Tripoli.

In an emotional speech to the UN Security Council in New York, Mr Shalgam, who had previously remained loyal, said: “Muammar Gaddafi is telling the Libyans ‘either I rule you or I kill you’.” He told the 15 members of the council, who are considering an Anglo-French plan for sanctions against the Gaddafi regime: “We need a courageous resolution from you”.

UN supports Gaddafi nutjob spinoff..




Charlie Wild Thing Sheen Great Filling And Less Taste

February 25, 2011

Putting “Two and a Half Men” on hiatus so that he could deal with his addiction issues didn’t stop Charlie Sheen from making impolitic public statements about his boss, Chuck Lorre. And neither has shelving the show for the season. Can anything get Charlie Sheen to behave himself?

The latest flap seemed as though it should be the end of the Sheen saga. Yesterday, Sheen called in to “The Alex Jones Radio Show” to express his disdain for “Two and a Half Men” Executive Producer Lorre (specifically regarding a pair of very pointed messages Lorre communicated last week via his famous vanity cards). By evening, CBS had made a statement: The show — which was to have gone back into production next week — would instead be suspended for the rest of the season (or possibly longer). End of story, right?

 Wrong. Sheen immediately shot back at Lorre via an open letter published on TMZ. The statement manages to be even more insulting than the “Alex Jones” interview had been — when it’s not being incomprehensible, that is: “Clearly I have defeated this earthworm with my words — imagine what I would have done with my fire breathing fists.” I…can’t imagine.

Charlie Sheen bringing his Wild thing fists of fire with always great filling and less taste..


Eye View Hollywood, Sheen Taking A Break To Give Thanks For His Family

February 2, 2011

As Charlie Sheen heads back to a rehabilitation facility, weeks of salacious headlines are now giving way to a steep financial price for the star’s behavior.

In fact, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that if Two and a Half Men is forced to shut down permanently, it could jeopardize as much as $250 million in domestic syndication revenue for producer Warner Bros. Television and millions more in lost ad revenue for CBS.

In its eighth season, Men is the most-watched comedy on television, averaging 14.7 million viewers, while it is second only to ABC’s Modern Family among the ad-coveted younger demographic of 18-49-year-olds. CBS sells 30-second spots in Men for more than $200,000, according to media buyers, generating more than $3 million per episode. Kantar Media reports that the show grossed CBS more than $155 million in ad revenue last season alone.

At this point, the final two new episodes are scheduled to air Feb. 7 and 14. (The first is fittingly titled “Three Hookers and a Philly Cheesesteak,” according to the CBS schedule.)

Sheen stated he needs time at home and give thanks for his family.