Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Two and a half tokes
Actor Charlie Sheen Questions Official 9/11 Story

Speaking to The Alex Jones Show on the GCN Radio Network, the star of current hit comedy show Two and a Half Men and dozens of movies including Platoon and Young Guns, Sheen elaborated on why he had problems believing the government's version of events…

"We're not the conspiracy theorists on this particular issue," said Sheen.

"It seems to me like 19 amateurs with box cutters taking over four commercial airliners and hitting 75% of their targets, that feels like a conspiracy theory. It raises a lot of questions."…

Sheen described the climate of acceptance for serious discussion about 9/11 as being far more fertile than it was a couple of years ago.

"It feels like from the people I talk to in and around my circles, it seems like the worm is turning."…

Sheen described his immediate skepticism regarding the official reason for the collapse of the twin towers and building 7 on the day of 9/11.

"I was up early and we were gonna do a pre-shoot on Spin City, the show I used to do, I was watching the news and the north tower was burning. I saw the south tower hit live, that famous wide shot where it disappears behind the building and then we see the tremendous fireball."

"There was a feeling, it just didn't look any commercial jetliner I've flown on any time in my life and then when the buildings came down later on that day I said to my brother 'call me insane, but did it sorta look like those buildings came down in a controlled demolition'?"

Sheen said that most people's gut instinct, that the buildings had been deliberately imploded, was washed away by the incessant flood of the official version of events from day one…

Seems to me that Charlie was also in the news a few weeks ago… Ah, yes, here it is:
Here's a tip for a happy marriage: Don't accidentally send an email intended for a hooker to your wife. For that matter, the whole hooker aspect should be eliminated altogether.

Charlie Sheen tossed away his chance at marital bliss when he sent his wife Denise Richards a cyber message that was supposed to go to a hooker named Debbie, according to published reports. The couple was vacationing in Barbados when Richards received the message.

“Ordinarily he was insane, but he had lucid moments when he was merely stupid.”
Heinrich Heine

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