Saturday, March 12, 2011

Charlie Sheen Launches Website Selling "Winning" T-Shirts; Live Shows Sell Out

What's Charlie Sheen doing these days? Duh, winning! Or rather, merchandising. A few days ago Sheen announced his first live shows (next month in Chicago and Detroit), and today he said on Twitter that they had sold out.

In the meantime, Sheen proclaimed that he had launched his own website,, which is now selling t-shirts with the Vatican assassin's trademark catch phrases. He broke the news on Twitter thusly:

"#fastball; After years of being at the mercy of a decaying troll, is finally in the hands of its Warlock owner! Go Now! c"

The site also had tickets for sale for his live shows (when they were available) and also featured the latest tweets from Sheen's Twitter feed.

What kind of t-shirts are available? Well, you can buy Charlie Sheen t-shirts that say:
* "Winning" (with an illustration of Charlie's face)
* "Gnarles Gnarlington"
* "Surprise... that's what winners do!"
* "I've got one speed... go!" (available in ladies model, too)

Or, for the folks who like the me-and-Charlie-against-the-world sentiment, the Charlie Sheen store has a shirt that reads, "You're either in Sheen's Korner or you're with the trolls."

Although Charlie Sheen's recently announced live show, entitled the "Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat is Not an Option Show," has sold out these first two gigs, no doubt there will be more added considering the quick sellout of the first two.

We knew a Charlie Sheen store was coming, but where's the Tiger Blood energy drink? That's got to be in the works for sure...

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Charlie Sheen vs. Lady Gaga Auto-Tune REMIX - Video

Here's a brief little mash-up of the recent interview with everyone's favorite train wreck celebrity, Charlie Sheen, combined via the magic of Auto-Tune with some Lady Gaga. Yes, he is on a drug, and it's called Charlie Sheen! It's all passion, baby.

Does Charlie Sheen really "expose people to magic"? Watch and decide. And for more magic, you can watch the entire interview Sheen did with 20/20, or the Today Show, or Good Morning America, or any of the other TV shows he hit on his recent media tour.

We'll probably never see Charlie Sheen in Two and a Half Men again, but he seems determined to leave us with the lasting comic legacy of his interviews.

And as you've probably heard, there's the all-new Charlie Sheen Twitter account where you can read Chuck's real-time commentary as he posts it (including some wacky photos). Over a million Twitter followers can't be wrong, huh?

For more fun, see this gallery of Charlie Sheen quotes used as captions for The New Yorker cartoons.