0 Comments Mondays Inspiration #18

Article written by the brilliant Sean Lloyd on the 07 Mar 2011 , in the Mondays Inspiration category


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0 Comments Charlie Sheen Is Just Correcting A Rock Star Imbalance In The World

Article written by the brilliant Sean Lloyd on the 03 Mar 2011 , in the Uncategorized category

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“Dyings for fools”

“The run I was on made Sinatra, Flynn, Jagger, Richards, all of them, just look like, you know, droopy eyed armless children”

“I expose people to magic, I expose them to something they’re never otherwise going to see in their normal boring lives”

“One of the woman said that she  was afraid she was going to OD” — Interviewer

“What’s that got to do with me?” — Charlie Sheen

Charlie ‘The Machine’ Sheen, March 2011

So you’ve no doubt seen all the interviews with Charlie Sheen circulating at the moment, and we cannot deny that he is the most awesome man on the planet at the moment!

I can’t embed that video, but is is available HERE, and you simply have to see it before reading on.

You see, for far too long we’ve been exposed to weak rock stars and musicians. I mean damn, I’ve had to live through The Backstreet Boys (Which backstreet they talking about?), Justin Bieber, Bono the preacher and all these WEAK characters.

My parents lived through Keith Richards, Jimi Hendrix, in fact, they just lived through everyone that was awesome!

I’m sick of these Charlie Sheen interviews though, because the people doing the interviews are SO serious, how about talking to Charlie in his language, like asking about the funniest stories from when he’s on drugs, his favorite drug at breakfast time, you know, the stuff he cares about? Who are these presenters to judge Charlie? He can do whatever he likes, it’s a free world. I think what he is doing is awesome, because he is being true to himself, true to what he really wants to do in life, and true to what makes him happy. The press treat him like an outcast, but he’s just living out his own version of the dream.

And I dig that.

He doesn’t need to be ashamed of his lifestyle, because it’s his. Let him continue doing what he is doing, and when you’re interviewing him, stop acting as though you’re superior to him just because you’re not on drugs. As he says, his lifestyle allows people to see awesome stuff they would never normally see in their boring lives.

As messed up as you think he may be, he’s living a Hunter S Thompson lifestyle, and he’s speaking the truth. If you listen to him, everything he says is true, and that’s what makes it so refreshing. Normal celebs are so boring, because they’re so restricted about what they are allowed to say. If publicists just got the hell out of the way, trust me, we’d be living in a far more awesome world.

In fact, my mate Lex sent me this awesome link to an article that starts like this:

Charlie Sheen is my hero. Not because he goes on five-day benders, takes binbags of drugs and cavorts with ladies of the night. That would be recklessly self-indulgent behaviour in anyone over the age of 21, never mind in a 45-year-old actor with a primetime TV job and a wife and children at home. No, he’s my hero because he refuses to allow his behaviour to be psychologised. He refuses to genuflect before the Oprahite altar of psychobabble and blame his antics on his “inner demons”. Instead he’s fighting like a terrier against experts’ attempts to brand him as “disordered” and in the process has made himself into a one-man army of resistance to the tyranny of therapy that has the twenty-first-century in its grip.

Click here to read the rest of that, well worth a read and one of the few article that really makes sense about this whole situation.

I love his honesty and his passion, and you don’t have to do drugs if you don’t want to, but if you’re really going to live this life, you need to take some things from Charlie Sheen.

Be honest. Live the life you want. Be true to yourself, your dreams and aspirations.

There are so many people alive right now who just wish they could live like that, but you know, ’society’ says its wrong.

Well society doesn’t know anything, otherwise it wouldn’t be so messed up. We focus ALL the worlds news on Charlie Sheen, innocently living the way he wants to, but we let criminals free? We let BP destroy our oceans?

As I say, the news networks will do anything to hide what is really going on in the world.

SLXS salutes you Charlie.

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3 Comments Charlie ‘The Dream’ Sheen Giving It Horns

Article written by the brilliant Sean Lloyd on the 25 Feb 2011 , in the Uncategorized category

‘The dream’ we all talk about is pretty hard to pinpoint. For some it’s an island, a house or a car. For others it’s an activity. For some it’s a job.
But there is only one person in the world living the dream that we all think about, getting paid the money we all dream about. Charlie ‘The Dream’ Sheen.

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I love it! We all need to raise our game. Aspire to be better. Work towards this decadent and depraved dream.

We need to join Charlie there, because it’s lonely at the top.

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2 Comments Charlie Sheen Continues To Chase The Dream

Article written by the brilliant Sean Lloyd on the 11 Jan 2011 , in the Uncategorized category

I just can’t get over Charlie Sheen, this man is just awesome all around! The latest story revolves around Charlie being in Vegas…doing shots and giving shots to three strippers! Charlie Sheen reminds me of the rock stars of the old days, just travelling down a vicious and hedonistic road in search of some sort of dream. A dream in their minds, the dream that only excessive amounts of money can bring you. All Charlies stories revolve around booze, drugs, hookers and hotel trashing and you would be hard pressed to script a life more excessive.

The full story is available HERE on

One of the strippers is Bree Olson, and check this:

Olson is 23 years old, and in 2008 won Best Anal Sex Scene at the AVN Awards.

Olson has range — she was also a nanny on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”

Ha ha what a lag!

Charlie Sheen earns nearly $2 million per episode of Two And A Half Men, and he spends a good deal of this on booze, strippers and cocaine. What makes it more hysterical, is the crazier his behaviour gets, the more he gets paid. It’s almost as if he is just trying to see how crazy he can get while still holding onto his job. People keep asking how he can live like he does, but let’s be honest, we all only have one life.

If you had the opportunity to earn around R14 million per episode of a TV show, you’d also want to push the limits of life. You’d also want Vegas and drugs and strippers. It’s the most decadent lifestyle in the world and he is most likely having a whole world of fun, just cruising along, not really having to work, not having to worry about money and doing all the things that he really likes to do.

I mean, if you were Charlie Sheen, wouldn’t you do something similar?

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