The title in question would be that of "Most Unbelievable Open Letter Author of All Time."
Sheen, in the news for the past few months for his wild binges, called out the creator of Two And A Half Men in a radio interview, and the show was subsequently shut down. That decision prompted the 45-year-old Sheen to write an open letter to be posted on TMZ.com that was presumably not written in Comic Sans but would make even the Cavaliers owner blush.
I fire back once and this contaminated little maggot can't handle my power and can't handle the truth. I wish him nothing but pain in his silly travels especially if they wind up in my octagon. Clearly I have defeated this earthworm with my words — imagine what I would have done with my fire breathing fists. I urge all my beautiful and loyal fans who embraced this show for almost a decade to walk with me side-by-side as we march up the steps of justice to right this unconscionable wrong.
Remember these are my people … not yours…we will continue on together…
Note to LeBron James: If Sheen ever owns an NBA team, you might want to avoid playing for him. He doesn't like "decisions."
Photo of the day
Who's crazier: Rick "Wild Thing" Vaughn or the real-life version of Charlie Sheen?
Quote of the day
"It's very personal. [Kendrick Perkins] was a family member. He was more than just a player for us. When you lose a family member like that, it hurts. It's emotional. And that's how the guys are — they understand the trade and all that stuff, but that still doesn't mean it's not emotional for them."
–Celtics coach Doc Rivers, on his team's mood after Kendrick Perkins was traded to Oklahoma City
Comment of the day
It's safe to assume that nobody pays to see a guard … but they also don't pay to see Tom Brady get sacked every other play.
"how much do you pay a guard??? really do you by tickets to a game for $100 to watch a guard play? he is their best o lineman but what if you overpay for him and it costs you welker next year or another upcoming free agent?"
Tweet of the day
On Thursday, NESN.com Patriots reporter Jeff Howe found out that his jury duty was canceled — the same jury duty that the United States of America would not let him skip in order to go to the combine in Indianapolis. Well, it turned out to be canceled, prompting Jeff to tweet that he was "about to go all Kendrick Perkins on Uncle Sam." Cue the comedians.
Video of the day
Here's Princeton's swim team making one of those music videos. Do people like these? In this case, it doesn't matter, because they made it to make a sick teammate feel better, so you can't say anything bad. Unless you're a jerk.