I don't know about everyone else, but Charlie Sheen has made me realize something recently. The more the media talks about him (and every other idiot in this world) the more it seems to encourage his bad behavior. I think if we all became disinterested in what he was doing, he may stop. What if the media only reported on the good stuff people did, however boring it may be? Would that cause people to stop doing ridiculous things for attention? Probably not, but it's an ammusing thought anyway. What if these were the headlines we were used to...
"MTV Donates All Earnings to Charity; Vows to Go Off the Air for the Good of Mankind."
"Charlie Sheen Treats His Kids to a Trip to the Zoo and an Ice Cream."
"Snooki and The Situation Enjoy Brunch and a Round of Golf."
"Lindsay Lohan Buys Fertilizer and Tomato Plants for Her New Garden."
"Divorce Rate Down; Couples Reportedly 'Love' Being Married."
"Kardashian Sisters Start New Jobs as Geriatric Nurses; Patients Say the Sisters are 'Kind and Unpretentious."
"Michael Vick Adopts Entire Animal Shelter, No Ulterior Motive Suspected."
"Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag Take Vow of Silence."
"Paris Hilton Buys Fuel-Efficient Hyundai, Says She's Thrilled with the MPG."
"Rappers Grammatically-Correct Songs Create a Generation of Well-Spoken Teenagers."
"Lady Gaga Has Busy Saturday, Mowing the Grass and Painting the Garage."
"Kanye West Loses a Canasta Tournament, Shows Crowd How to Be Gracious in Defeat."