[QUOTE=Fishooked;3975037]Those are certainly valuable indicators and are to be taken into account as well. Its the hat that makes me want to punch him in the face. That, and whenever he opens his mouth...[/QUOTE]
I think he is bat**** crazy, but he does have two things going for him (if he can keep himself alive):
1) [U]His lawsuit may have merit.[/U] From what I understand, his contract did not have a morals clause in it. What this means is that his personal behavior can not be grounds for a termination. I also understood that he always showed up for work and did his job. And his show was #1. He could actually win. (Winning!)
2) [U]He likely will get rich off of syndication, even if he never works again.[/U] Jerry Seinfeld got richer than rich, not from doing the episodes the first time around or acting or producing. He got richer than rich from his share of the syndication rights. I heard somewhere that Sheen is in line for a piece of the pie. If so, the money will flow in (in a major way) even if he is not working.
So if he wants to kill himself, he likely will have enough money to do so in the way which he chooses.
[QUOTE=Joe W. Namath;3975197]Winning isn't everything. It is the only thing. and Charlie Sheen is winning my friends.[/QUOTE]
[U]Matthew McConaughey (Coach Jack Lengyel): "We Are Marshall":[/U] One day, not today, not tomorrow, not this season, probably not next season either but one day, you and I are gonna wake up and suddenly we're gonna be like every other team in every other sport where winning is everything and nothing else matters. And when that day comes, well that's when we'll honor them.