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Publicity Stunt of the Decade

“Cafe society is above all founded upon publicity. Its members often seem to live for the exhibitionist mention of their doings and relations by social chroniclers an gossip columnists” – C. Wright Mills

Sheen had just been fired from “Two and a half Men”. He was the highest paid actor in television and he had just lost his job. Most would think Sheen would drop off a little in the public eye. Don’t think so fast. Sheen knew how to publicize himself. He made ridiculous, drug-aided quotes, had a “comedy” tour, and was roasted on Comedy Central. What would kill most actors, just made Charlie Sheen more popular than ever. He can barely keep his name out of gossip columnist’s mouths.

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