Charlie Sheen Crazy Coming Soon to a City Near You!

charlie sheenThe Charlie Sheen crazy train is leaving the station and heading out on tour. That's right, you can now cough up the cash and watch the insanity from an arena near you. Tickets are on sale now for  Charlie Sheen LIVE: My Violent Torpedo of Truth. Horrifying and sad, but true.

First stop: Detroit on April 2. Chicago is up next on April 3. Details as to what the show will be like are scarce, but scary thoughts are all I can think. The description on Ticketmaster is a message from Sheen:

"Will there be surprises? Will there be guests? Will there be mayhem? Will you ask questions? Will you laugh? Will you scream? Will you know the truth? WILL THERE BE MORE?!?!  This IS where you will hear the REAL story from the Warlock."

The show is for those 18 and only over (a tiny bit of good news), and tickets start at $35. I'm beyond appalled.


Only two shows are scheduled currently, probably because he wants to see if anyone really will show up. Please, don't let anyone show up! But, of course, you know they will. Because as we continue to see, the crazier Sheen gets the more people line up to see what's next. His bad behavior is turning into the best career move he's ever made.

He's even launched a new website, which he announced via Twitter last night:

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

Besides a video message from him and his Twitter stream (he currently has more than 2.5 million followers!), there's also Charlie Sheen merchandise for sale. Just the what the world needs -- official Charlie Sheen t-shirts.

It's so disturbing that his insane behavior is being turned into a circus act. This man is sick and needs help, not fans egging him on and being entertained by his sickness. While he may be winning when it comes to bringing in the bucks even after being fired by CBS, we're all losing more dignity and valuable minutes of our lives by watching the trainwreck.

Would you pay money to go see Charlie Sheen live?

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