I know all of you are excited about this year’s Gathering of the Juggalos, but if you are going this year, make sure you hide all your drugs, because Charlie Sheen announced he’s going to be there. There will be video of this event, and I can’t even fathom.
For some reason, Charlie Sheen felt that he should take his newfound batshit crazy fame on the road, with a unique stage show that would showcase his winning point of view. But at the first show in Detroit last night, much of the audience walked out in the middle of the show and the ones that remained booed him offstage.
I had no idea Charlie Sheen was bringing his soon-to-be-patented brand of crazy on the road, with a tour called “My Violent Torpedo of Truth” until I had heard it was sold out. Only it’s not really sold out. Yes, a slew of tickets were snatched up within the first 18 minutes of going on sale, but most of them have been snatched up by online ticket scalpers such as bargainseatsonline.com.
Apparently this morning, FYI, there’s a whole lot of links going around that Charlie Sheen has died. Don’t click on them if you see them in Facebook or Twitter or some fake looking YouTube link, because the links usually contain a virus. You’re welcome.
I found this in the handicap stall at the Rutgers, New Brunswick Student Center.
Charlie Sheen’s rants offending real life warlocks. Fuck warlocks. Fuck them and their fear and DOTs.
Open your mouth these days and some asshole’s going to get offended. Like warlocks. But who really cares if you offend a warlock? What are they going to do, anyway?
I don’t know, I don’t pay attention to celebrity gossip, so if you’re already on this, good for you, you win the prize. Anyway, after Charlie Sheen’s drug and alcohol benders, his show Two and a Half Men got canceled, which has led to a flurry of interviews with Charlie Sheen in which he’s given the world an encyclopedia of rambling and nonsense.