Charlie Sheen seems to have spread himself thin with all the attention he is getting for himself. Not that I am a particular fan of his, but there is something disconcerting about how much people are interested in the life of the rich and the famous.
Here is an article written by Scott Adams on his dilbert.com/blog about Charlie Sheen.
He went on to claim that he had the feeling he knew no fear. Which can explain some of the candidness, but also brings me neatly to the next new article about the couple who got themselves arrested for trying to instill a sense of fear in their unruly six year old.
The parents sought to frighten the child by taking her along to the police station and showing her what happens to bad people. I am not going to go into the merits and demerits of the case, but it seemed like a classic case of seeking out trouble.
Of course, reading about fear brought me to this news article that appeared a while ago, about a woman so fearless that nothing deterred her.
So, how much fear is good fear and necessary to bolster a crime-free society and how much too much or too little?
Or is the thing to fear fear itself?