February 11, 2011 / Mediation, Uncategorized
In 1991, the Academy Award for Best Picture went to the disturbing psycho thriller, The …
March 3, 2011
Actor Charlie Sheen has made headlines this week with his no-longer-exclusive ABC interview on 20/20 in which his extremely odd behavior was sort of funny, mostly pathetic, slightly frightening. Sheen appeared with his two “goddesses” (girlfriends) and spoke about a variety of self-involved topics, such as “winning” and being on a drug called “Charliesheen.” Awesome–literally, “so impressive or overwhelming as to inspire a strong feeling of admiration or fear.” Feeling fear here.
The fear is not entirely that poor Charlie Sheen is experiencing a serious rift with reality, or that his twin boys or “goddesses” will suffer his verbal (or physical) abuse, or even that Mr. Sheen might be escalating and the worst is yet to come. The fear is that anyone even cares. Does anyone care?
Charlie Sheen recently broke the world record for followers on Twitter, hitting the 1 million mark in just one day. Apparently, 1 million people care enough about the Sheenwreck to have his messages directly transmitted to them, inevitably interrupting their social, personal and work lives to note that Charlie Sheen is “Still Winning..!” #NowI’veSheenItAll