You get divorced, and not a word from this blogger. You forget the lyrics to the National Anthem and I didn't join the chorus of haters. But I can stay silent no longer.
When it comes to winning, Republicans are like Charlie Sheen. That is, they think they are WINNING, but they're obviously not. But don't take my word ...
Today the National Pharmaceutical Association unveiled its latest product, a drug called "Charlie Sheen" made from equal parts Tiger Blood, Adonis DNA and a special ingredient called "Winner."
NFLX is a well-run company with a terrific brand. But it looks to be in the manic phase and vulnerable to a bipolar outcome, which on Main Street or Wall Street is called a crash.
Physical sobriety can take around 72 hours to achieve. Emotional sobriety, or learning to balance feeling states, thinking and behavior, takes a lot longer.
Few times in history has a rich and famous person so manically and frantically argued for his sobriety and sanity, while millions of viewers watch intuitively, questioning when the guillotine will fall.
In exchange for $4 billion, House Republicans have agreed to postpone a vote on a budget that would effectively dismantle the federal government, giving Democrats two weeks to go out and find some balls.
Just like the Network newscaster Howard Beale, Sheen felt unsupported and unappreciated by his network employer and lashed out. Beale had been coldly fired; Sheen felt he'd been dissed.
Tired of dealing with Charlie Sheen but not tired of having a cash cow TV show, CBS staged a sitcom coup d'etat this week, replacing Sheen with three new madmen.
Behavioral scientists say that the big cat composition may account for Sheen's erratic and aggressive behavior.
I would ask Charlie what he values most. I suspect it's his kids, and his career. Then I would work backwards from these things to what he is doing and where he is headed.
There has been a trend of high-profile individuals making anti-Semitic statements, and it's entirely possible that these hate-filled tirades reveal the true sentiments of these celebrities.
As we watch uprisings in other parts of the world, we don't recognize that it takes popular participation to stop the bullying. Instead, we fix our own addictions by visiting the modern Coliseum of TV or Twitter to see who said what.
Charlie Sheen keeps telling us he's special, but is he really that unique? We've read volumes about the king of custody battles, Alec Baldwin. We've f...