Saturday, February 26, 2011

A Cautionary Tale for Those of You in the 617, 781, 978, Etc.

Charlie Sheen, actor, nasty person and addict, has been engaged in some of the most self-destructive behavior in the history of Hollywood (that's worth a !) for over two decades now. He's been getting away with it, too (worth !!).

Until yesterday, that is. Appalled at Sheen's latest behavior, CBS pulled the plug on "Two and a Half Men," the phenomenally if somewhat incomprehensibly popular sitcom that gives Sheen the money and privilege to abuse himself and others with impunity.

So what did Sheen do to pull his lavish mansion of cards down upon himself? What outrage forced his enablers to stop enabling when binge drinking and drug-taking, about seven automobile accidents, more destroyed hotel rooms than the late Keith Moon and several instances of violence against women couldn't?

Sheen started calling in to sports talk radio.


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