Charlie Sheen launches his own YouTube channel

You don't have to wait for reruns of Two and a Half Men to catch Charlie Sheen anymore; the, um, interesting actor-turned-standup-comic has created his own YouTube channel.

YouTube tweeted the development early this morning. The videos haven't yet shown up in YouTube's "Trending Videos" list, unable so far to top Justin Bieber vs. Slipknot or Behind the Scenes of Armani Jeans and Underwear with Megan Fox.

But you can catch the 25-plus shorts, featuring "The Violent Torpedo of Truth's" Sheen's Korner pieces here if you're so inclined.

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