posted on Mar, 23 2011 @ 09:15 AM
I wanted to write a post even though I'm sure people all over the world have already gassed this up. My point is with Charlie Sheen, is that people
want him to look bad. If it's from being popular and not being apart of a "specific" group, or that he came out against 911... I believe it's
wrong for us as Americans, to judge him at all.
My main argument is simply this. Why does Charlie Sheen get to "act" as a character on television and have it be totally acceptable, and not be able
to act that way in the real world. Examples:
1. drinks from morning to night,
2. teaches the child that grows up around him to sexualize women, and be promiscuous,
3. Does not want or feel the need to commit to relationships,
3. To have his brother living with him and look down on him for not living the lifestyle he lives,
4. Speaks about having sex with multiple women
5. Uses drugs in specific episodes, from what I can remember prescription drugs
6. Feels its a good night to rail on some chick that he picks up at the bar and leaves before he wakes up.
This is all done while making a small living in Hollywood, at a simple job that pays great, and has a house on the beach and an abundance of
everything he could ever want, while others around him have nothing and have to work and live a "normal" life.
Now how is it that these companies and the general audience of America, enjoy and praise this behavior, again on syndicated television, and then look
down on him for living that lifestyle outside of the studio. We're talking about massive amounts of money after taxes people, and nothing but time to
try to spend it all before he dies. How can we hold such high standards for a man that is only trying to spend his money and enjoy the things he
likes. How can people in this world have a black homeless man on the side of the street, that probably smelled like train smoke and hot sauce, become
famous for a "Golden Voice" and is now doing Kraft Macaroni and Cheese commercials... be totally allowed back into society and forgiven of all his
wrong doings. All the while Charlie Sheen is looked down on over and over after all of the movies and enjoyment he's given to the world.
I just feel that Charlie Sheen should be allowed to do anything he wants to do at this point. Drugs are in high abundance in Hollywood and its only
shot down in the public forum. I mean he's only acting the exact same way as he is in 3 in a half men, as he is in real life... even with his kids...
Now that Michael Jackson is gone, the media and people in general need some one else to fill in the hole. If getting famous and making millions of
dollars means you can only enjoy yourself a certain way, then whats the point of achieving greatness. Everyone could use a couple porn stars coming
over and being around, especially if you can get them to watch your kids and clean and do whatever you wanted. What guy would turn that down after
working to provide a product to the public. A president should get hassled for getting a blowie in the Oval Office, but not Charlie Sheen.
Lets face it people, he's great at what he does. But if we judged Arnold Schwarzenegger like we do Charlie Sheen, aside from drug use, then he should
he have had C section and birthed a child, been a Robotic killing machine, and a odd ball twin. Charlie Sheen is just an actor, and its not our fault
that the only way we see, love or interpret him is by portraying an alcoholic rich successful womanizer. Blame the writers and the TV companies that
put this whole thing together. They're using drugs and having porn stars over too. You just don't care because they're not important. Lady Gaga
wants to have a perfume that smells like semen and blood and highly satanic videos, and people still point the finger at Charlie Sheen. I still
remember a time when there were people buying 2pac's albums and smashing them on the ground. Look back at the community fires to burn Beatles
records. Its so 90's that it hurts me. It only matters because we're told it's supposed to matter. People want to judge him for what he does, but
if you saw Charlie Sheen in person, you'd try and be his biggest fan and try to be his friend.