February 25, 2011 by Post Team
The Times on delusions of actor Charlie Sheen about Chuck Lorre, who created the show “Two and a Half Men” (which, incidentally I have never seen, to be an American Idol / Glee lot of guys myself):
Without apparent reason, in two interviews of Mr. Sheen said Lorre real name is Chaim Levine. He was born Charles Levine, a Hebrew version would Haim. The comment hit the frames at once Warner Brothers and CBS as anti-Semitic, according to an officer who had spoken with representatives of both companies.
In response to the decision, Mr. Sheen has sent a comment to TMZ. Again he attacked Mr. Lorre, saying: “What does that say about Levine Haim [Chuck Lorre] after trying to use his words to try and try to degrade me. I graciously ignored this madness for 177 performances. “He added:” I ask all my fans and loyal beautiful who embraced this show for almost a decade to walk with me side-by-side as we March on the steps of justice to redress this injustice unacceptable. ”
This phrase, “without apparent reason” is very endearing and sweet. For no apparent reason? Semitism is not an apparent reason?
In any case, maybe Charlie Sheen is simply being misunderstood. Maybe he does, by deploying the word “Haim” here, trying to help Chuck Lorre returned to its roots. Maybe he said, “Chuck Lorre, embrace your identity, embrace who you are, be a proud Jew! And anyway, not much harm will come to you in this community especially if you do!” Maybe that’s what he said. I always try to look on the bright side of life in these matters.
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