Thursday, March 23, 2006

CHARLIE SHEEN: The Boston Tea Partying has begun, so let the main stream of info keep flowin'...

It ain't much, and they sure as hell didn't say much, even deliberately trying to make the story look foolish by ignoring most of the good stuff, and nearly completely ignoring where he had said what he said.

But, it's mainstream, and as long as the main stream of information keeps flowing from all of us to all of our friends and family and favorite media outlets, perhaps revolution can again begin out of the beautiful city of Boston...


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Charlie Sheen doesn’t buy 9/11 spin

By Inside Track
Thursday, March 23, 2006

Charlie Sheen, following in the footsteps of his politically outspoken father, Martin Sheen, has joined the chorus of conspiracy theorists who don’t believe the official version of events surrounding 9/11.

The estranged husband of Denise Richards, who is better known for his affinity for prostitutes and gambling than his Homeland Security credentials, told the GCN Radio Network he doesn’t buy the government’s explanation that “19 amateurs with box cutters (took) over four commercial airliners and (hit) 75 percent of their targets.”

The “Two and a Half Men” star, who was shooting his former sitcom “Spin City” the morning the World Trade Center towers fell, said he was immediately suspicious about the official reason given for the buildings’ collapse. After watching in horror as the South Tower was hit, he said to his brother, “call me insane, but did it sorta look like those buildings came down in a controlled demolition?”

Sheen pointed out that eyewitnesses recounted hearing what sounded like bombs and explosions coming from the basement levels of the buildings and discounted the theory that the damage to the towers’ lobbies was the result of fireballs traveling 110 feet down elevator shafts.

The father of two also questioned whether a plane actually hit the Pentagon and how President George Bush was able to see the first plane hit the north tower, when no live footage of that incident was carried.

“I guess one of the perks of being president is that you get access to TV channels that don’t exist in the known universe,” the actor-turned-pseudo-intellect quipped.

“It is up to us to reveal the truth,” Sheen asserted. “We owe it to everybody’s life who was drastically altered, horrifically that day and forever. We owe it to them to uncover what happened.”

Excuse us if we don’t exactly feel that Charlie’s the man for that job!



From Wikipedia:

Boston Herald

The Boston Herald is a tabloid newspaper (not to be confused with tabloid press periodicals),
the smaller of the two big dailies in Boston, Massachusetts, with a daily circulation of 230,543 in September 2005.[1] It has a history that can be traced back through two lineages and two media moguls.
Its history involves the Daily Advertiser and the old Boston Herald and it was owned at one point by William Randolph Hearst and later by Rupert Murdoch.