Charlie Sheen Channels his Inner Hunter S Thompson – On the Rampage Against Two and Half Men Producers – March 1,2011 – Cornwall Ontario

Cornwall ON – Actor Charlie Sheen is on a rampage.  A media rampage.   Like Dennis Hopper’s character in Apocalypse Now, a legendary movie starring his father Martin Sheen, Charlie seems hyperkinetic going from one media outlet to another lamb basting the Two and a Half Men show producers and Chuck Lorre in particular.

It’s almost like watching old Hunter S Thompson interviews.   Sheen, whose movie career stalled in the 90’s after an impressive run after his break through role as Bud Fox in Wall Street had his career reignited with the hit tv show that earned him nearly $2 Million dollars per episode with syndication just around the corner.

After an alleged 36 hour party that landed the star in hospital and rehab he lashed out at his employers which has now led to the show’s plug being pulled.

Charlie Sheen’s Rant


I’m sorry man, but I’ve got Magic.  I’ve got poetry in my fingertips.   Most of the time, and this includes naps, you know, I’m a F18 bro, and I will destroy you in the air.   I will deploy ordinance on the ground.

Usually that kind of monologue occurs just before losing balance and falling, but Charlie is one of those rare breeds; like a Keith Richards or Hunter S Thompson that could survive their abuses.   How many others didn’t, and surely even a self obsessed star must realize at some level the utter levels of abuse his tirades are to the very people that give him the money to buy his mansions,cocaine, cars, and hangers on?

Show Cancelled


“Text Book Addict Denial on Steroids”


So now Charlie is the media story du jour, and the spotlight is on him right now slavering for the mob, waiting for something to happen.    The saddest thing is that if Charlie survives all of this; he’s bankable enough to probably end up with another show.

42 Minute Interview on TMZ


What does that say about our society our values when nearly a billion dollars is at stake over a simple 30 minute sit com?   How many people in America would kill right now just to get the salary one of his helpers gets, and how ironic that the actor who was so symbolic to the American Dream playing Bud Fox on Wall Street turns out to be the Gordon Gekko of  Celebrity Addiction?

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  1. I’m glad he’s gone now. CBS should have cancelled his show years ago when evidence of his outrageous drug use came to light. Recently we read where Charlie Sheen had a briefcase of cocaine delivered to him. What a loser!

  2. Please stop insulting Hunter. Thank you.

  3. yeah, we all miss hunter–
    that’s why a pissdrop of charlie sheen wisdom
    only reminds us of the empty ocean
    of his absence

  4. The comparison between Sheen and Thompson is mediocre at best and hilariously inadequate at worst.
    The sooner people forget about Sheen and stop comparing him to Thompson the better.

  5. I couldn’t care less about Charlie Sheen and up until his mention of Steadman i was content to just laugh at his rants. I’m surprised that a single soul would describe this idiotic carry on as the spirit of Hunter. Not even a piss in the ocean. This seems to be based on drug abuse and being outspoken. Big difference between what Sheen is saying and doing in comparison to what Hunter spent his life trying to do. I’m not a Sheen hater nor a Thompson fan, i’m logical and any comparison made is a shot in the dark, based on drug fuelled rambling

  6. note:

    not a piss
    but a droplet of.

    The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom.
    –William Blake

    I have the blood of a chameleon.

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