Winning! Charlie Sheen is the Dude Everyone Wants to Party With

1 03 2011

When Charlie Sheen was asked if he likes to party, his response was,

“What’s not to love?”

When Charlie Sheen was asked if he is bi-polar, his response was,

I’m bi-winning.”

And that’s why Charlie Sheen is currently “the man.”

As Mugatu would say, Charlie Sheen is so hot right now.

So hot that he joined Twitter today (with his bio saying: unemployed winner), and he already has surpassed 375,000 followers (update at 11:30 pm Pacific: 589,000+ followers).

The guy who once played Rick “Wild Thing” Vaughn in the movie Major League has turned into a wild thing of his own recently.

Recently, Charlie Sheen has:

  1. Had restraining orders against him,
  2. Been arrested for domestic violence,
  3. Had briefcases of cocaine delivered,
  4. And completely busted up a hotel room, passed out naked and had a stripper/porn star locked in his hotel closet.

You know. The usual.

Sure you may get caught up in all the hooker and booger sugar talk, but what’s really been captivating lately have been his interviews.

His interviews with Dan Patrick, Piers Morgan and ABC have had everyone laughing, amazed, confused and astonished all in one.

And his frequent use of the word “winning” is quickly turning into the next catchphrase.

I couldn’t care less about Two and a Half Men having their last four episodes canceled.

Whether or not Charlie’s completely clean… I don’t care… all I know is that he’s just funny as hell right now.

And honestly, if you can only party one more time in your life, and you can go to a wild party hosted by anyone in the world… who wouldn’t pick Charlie Sheen?

Then again, I might pick Brian Wilson of the San Francisco Giants, considering he already kicked it with Mr. Winning already. But then again, Wilson and Sheen are pretty much the same person.

Two things are guaranteed on a night out with Charlie Sheen: police that night and TMZ on your doorstep the next morning.

But it would be totally worth it.

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Oh Damn It: Nickelodeon Bringing Back the Classics is a Big Hoax

1 03 2011

Just today, Nickelodeon supposedly announced that because of their drastic ratings drop since they decided to move away from being cartoon-based, they will return some of their classic cartoons that we grew up on.

I’m talking Rugrats, Doug, Rocket Power and Hey Arnold!

Starting again on March 14th apparently!

EFF YES. This just made my freakin’ week.

Oh wait… hold on now.

This is one of the crappiest looking press releases I’ve ever seen.

Damn it, what a letdown.

I remember my friends and I had talked about this for years; about how Nick desperately needed to launch a 90s cartoon network because of the still-strong cartoon following.

Being the big SpongeBob fan that I remain to be, still airing that show alone on Nickelodeon is nice, but Nick’s lineup would’ve been beefed up on the ‘roids in a major way.

I would have been interested to see whether the cartoons would’ve pick up where they left off age-wise, or if the characters would be older now.

Regardless, Nick needs to scrap some of the BS shows they have on Nick. Random shows like Phineas & Ferb and Team Umizoomi… what the hell is that? Sounds like pure horsecrap.

The Nick higher-ups made big mistake after big mistake in ending their cartoons.

Other shows like Rocko’s Modern Life, Ren & Stimpy, Aaahh!!! Real Monsters, The Angry Beavers, CatDog or even The Wild Thornberrys were all big for our generation.

Either way, I think I speak for a lot of 90s kids when I say this hoax is just cruel.

I couldn’t wait to set my DVR.

I feel like Nicolas Cage in Deadfall right now.





What Carmelo To The Clippers Could Mean

29 08 2010

After it had been reported that Denver Nuggets star forward Carmelo Anthony wanted out of Denver, the speculation began swirling as to where he would be playing next and when that trade would occur. Talks between Carmelo and the Nuggets regarding a 3-year contract extension stalled, prompting Carmelo to play the “get me out of here” card.

Now, coming up on 2 weeks since the proposed divorce between ‘Melo and the Nuggets was deemed inevitable, sources are reporting that one of the two most likely trade scenarios is for Carmelo to be shipped out to Los Angeles and play for the Clippers. Take the words “most likely” with a big grain of salt because things can change in a matter of seconds, but it just gets you thinking of what a move to the Clippers would mean for L.A.’s squad not named the Lakers.

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