Charlie Sheen continues to pretend that his meltdown has been a joke he’s been playing on the media.
"The thing leads off with a famous war quote from 1843 by J. Edgar Billets
-- made it up! Made it up!” Sheen said in an interview with RadarOnline.com.
“So all these talking heads, these little boxes and faces that scream at
me... they attack me with venom and this vitriolic sense of hatred, and
they've missed the fact that the opening was a bad joke on them.”
Ok, so he “tricked” the media into quoting him, and then he lost his job and
his kids? This guy is the worst practical joker ever. The only thing he can
do now is make a documentary about his downward spiral, and then say it’s
fake, and then say it’s real, and then say it’s fake again.
"I put something out there and went here, look behind the hieroglyphic just
for two seconds, I dare you," Sheen continued in the interview.
Hieroglyphic? Next he’s going to tell us the catchphrases from all of his
rants are actually clues for finding the lost city of Atlantis, and
not the ramblings of a cuckoo desperately trying to ignore the
symptoms of a relapse.
Honestly, I don’t even remember what quote he’s talking about. Which leads
me to believe he’s making up the fact that he made up a quote, and that
this quote is the real joke. Which brings me to this conclusion:
Charlie Sheen wrote Inception.
In response to the termination letter from Warner Bros., Sheen said, “I
didn't read their silly words in their stupid letter.” He then crossed his
arms angrily and said, “Hmmph!”
But really, Sheen doesn’t have time to read that letter. He’s far too busy
coming up with large animals to compare himself to.