Ya, right, Charlie is winning, alright … the award for the biggest a– to show his face to the worldwide media, that is. What a show! Yes, the entire world now knows what a complete jerk this guys really is. Yes, he is winning the disgust from most normal people.
Make someone rich by paying him $2 million an episode for the filthiest program on television, and this is what you get for your money. It surely isn’t a program that I would like to have my children or grandchildren watching and believe me I’m no prude. It is just filth for the sake of filth. This is how far this country of ours has sunken the past 50 years or so. How sad!
How would you like to have this guy to be your son, or worse, your son-in-law? It makes those control freaks in our families look pretty good. Or those who won’t let you see your grandchildren even look good. Well, not good but a heck of a lot better than Charlie and his dog and pony, Goddess’s Show!
The saddest thing is to see this multitalented guy dying and that is what he is doing, according to medical experts familiar with people in similar circumstances. They rant and rave like Charlie and say many of the same things like “winning,” I understand. I don’t quite get what he is talking about, but I guess that I am not supposed to unless I am in a similar condition. The thing that strikes me the most is his appearance. He looks like an old man — like me, maybe!
So where does Charlie go from here? He is getting opportunities to speak out on all the late-night shows, the morning shows and many shows in between. Today, I heard that he has received several — I kid you not — offers to be college graduation speakers. What are these people thinking? I guess they just want something to laugh at as their last bit of fun at college. They can’t want any serious message to think about as they head out into the world.
I’ll never forget my opportunity to be the commencement speaker for my high school. For the life of me, I can’t imagine getting up there on stage and spouting the stuff Charlie is and getting more and more invitations to do it. This world has gone mad!
OK, I must go now. I am “winning” an argument with my wife for the first time in our 51 years of marriage and I must enjoy for as long as I can. Actually, I just “thought” that I had won. She has now changed the subject to something completely different that has absolutely nothing to do with what we were talking about, and now I am “losing.” Oh, well, I am used to it. I learned long ago that the best thing to do is just say, “Yes, dear.”
Written by Ted Anderson. Insurance agent Ted W. Anderson worked in sales for half a century, has lived in Albany since 1993. He is president of Dover Lane Neighborhood Watch. Send email to him at email@example.com.