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Sick of Charlie Sheen? Block him

Sick and tired of Charlie Sheen taking over your online space? Want to block him? There’s an app for that. The free art and technology lab, F.A.T, released an antidote for online Charlie Sheen overload — software that edits the celebrity out of your browser.

Tinted Sheen,” crafted by Greg Leuch, the creator of “Shaved Bieber” an app that allowed users to block mentions of Justin Bieber on their browser, has done the same for Charlie Sheen. According to the F.A.T site the app can block “most Charlie Sheen related text and images from your browsing experience.”

The app has been downloaded more than 13 570 times but so far only works on Firefox or Chrome browsers.

“Let this be the hangover cure for the #winning buzz from which everyone is still recovering,” says F.A.T

The plugin has been met with excited comments such as: “This is so brilliant, it’s art.” “This is totally and completely brilliant. I just wish I used either FireFox or Chrome. Either way though, great job.” and the famous Sheen line — “Winning”.

Sheen’s mantra of “winning” has taken the internet by storm and more than 2 million people follow the star on Twitter. A feat that bagged him Guinness Book of World Records status for most Twitter followers.

Sheen was sacked on Monday from the hit TV series “Two and a Half Men” after slamming its producers in rambling outbursts described by Warner Bros. as evidence of the troubled actor’s “self-inflicted disintegration.”

Author | Mich Atagana

Mich Atagana
Mich started out life wanting to be a theoretical physicist but soon realized that mathematics was required. So, she promptly let go of that dream. She then decided that law might be the best place for her talents, but with too many litigation classes missed in favour of feminist... More

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