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Jon Cryer calls the Charlie Sheen situation a train wreck

ASPEN, CO - AUGUST 02: Charlie Sheen departs the Pitkin County Courthouse on August 2, 2010 in Aspen, Colorado.
ASPEN, CO - AUGUST 02: Charlie Sheen departs the Pitkin County Courthouse on August 2, 2010 in Aspen, Colorado.
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With the Two & a Half Men show officially in hiatus due to Charlie Sheen's personal issues, his co-star Jon
Cryer is out of work. In a scripted bit for the Ellen DeGeneres show, Jon let's out a big sigh and exclaims "this is a trainwerck".

Charlie Sheen is everywhere and I really mean everywhere. You can't turn on a TV or search the web without bumping into Sheen's media shenanigans. It is a queezy form of entertainment watching someone self destruct.

Charlie Sheen is not "Winning", a newly minted sarcastic term for really screwing up your life. While the rest of us seem to know he is his own worst enemy, Charlie seems to think his situation is everyone's else's fault but his own. Lawsuits and accusations are flying and reputations are being sunk. Losing your job and having your children taken away from you and your porn star girlfriend is a sad place to be.

Real Rock Stars fold their own laundry Mr. Sheen, just ask Eric Clapton, a former heroine user and Grammy winner, how to win at life.

Yes, Jon Cryer this is a "Class A" celebrity train wreck. When the regular media tires of Sheen's crazy he still has twitter to rely on. Seem, it is where all big time screw ups end up. Tweeting away their issues for cash. Just ask Jon Gosselin and Lindsay Lohan.

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