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There's been much written about Charlie Sheen of late here at the Los Angeles Times. This, however, is not about Sheen's media blitz. This is also not about Sheen's troubles with CBS or his battles with addiction. Instead, this is simply about Sheen's way with words and his near-poetic use of the metaphor. After leaving "Two and a Half Men," Sheen compared himself with animals, inanimate objects and mythical beings. A new day seemed to have Sheen unveiling a new trait. What follows, then, is simply a look at some of Sheen's more colorful comments. Related: -- The Charlie Sheen Dictionary: A totally gnarly, bi-winning guide to the actor's best quotes -- Who could replace Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men'? The speculation begins -- CBS chief Leslie Moonves downplays financial effect of Charlie Sheen drama EPA
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