Wednesday, March 02, 2011

1.15

I'm back in a phase of starting and unfinishing blogs, saving to drafts and deleting entirely while I get distracted by tell of Adonis DNA and Tigers' blood.

Charlie Sheen is a very entertaining man, even if 'Two And A Half Men' is roughly as funny as a drillbit to the loins.

'I expose people to magic. I expose them to something they’re never going to see in their otherwise boring lives. And I gave that to them. I may forget about them tomorrow, but they’ll live with that memory for the rest of their lives, and that’s a gift, man.'

I wish I'd come up with that, though I'd have left out the superfluous 'man' at the end.

Beyond that, I have nothing. I've come to recognise these thoughts of ending the blog as routine, it's just a block, but I'm not going to write stories about taxi journeys and disappointing fish dinners just for the sake of them.

Until such a time as something can't go unwritten...

9 comments:

Holemaster said...

Bet Martin Sheen is wishing Charlie was the Estevez.

Radge said...

Emilio's looking well for a man of nearly 50.

Kitty Cat said...

One of the lads pointed out last night that when Martin Sheen was young and went off the rails, at least he was making films like Apocalypse Now. The same really can't be said for Charlie.

Radge said...

Charlie would have you believe differently.

Kitty Cat said...

Being a bitchin' rock star from Mars gives you a different viewpoint I suppose.

Andrew said...

"My talent is to imbue a project with much more significance and theatricality than it actually deserves. This gives a sort of incandescence to it that makes things that are not all that bright, shine very brightly. I can bring that to the party. But, like it says in Blade Runner, the light that burns twice as brightly, burns twice as fast. How brightly I have shone"

As spoken by Gerry Ryan, about two and a half years ago.

One guess as to what Gerry and Charlie have in common. There's a clue in the word 'charlie'. Probably why i've never touched the stuff, i already think I'm incadescent. On coke I would, presumably, spontaneously combust.

Andrew said...

Yikes, too incandescent to spell the word properly. Morto, like.

Radge said...

That typo was, like, such a 'mare Andrew.

Oh I couldn't be doing with the drugs either. I enjoy a certain moral superiority over those of lesser will.

I am currently drinking, alone, on my couch, mind you.

Kath Lockett said...

Ah, even your 'I don't know what to write' rants are worth reading.