Charlie Sheen: I’m an F-18 and I will destroy you in the air and I will deploy my ordnance to the ground.
Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi: Yesterday, I received some families of the victims and we had a friendly meeting together. I said what I'm convinced and I didn't really bother that much about the reactions.
Sheen: Imagine that with the media.
Gadhafi: Al Qaeda's in Europe. Al Qaeda is here in New York.
Gadhafi: They don't have electronics. They don't have rockets, science, weapons.
Sheen: They have zero.
Gadhafi: Nothing, because we are circled with security and we—we saw nothing.
Sheen: You know?
Gadhafi: They appealed.
Sheen: They have that night and I will forget about them as my last image of them exits my beautiful home, and they will get out there and they will sell me and they will lose.
Gadhafi: You see, this—this issue, this—these questions has been—has been buried and—this case or these questions, if it is—I would say if it is buried, then if we drag it up and dig it up, it—it is not good. It is not beneficial. It's as if somebody is dead and then.
Sheen: It’s just strafing runs in my underwear before my first cup of coffee.
Gadhafi: And sometimes I speak with anger, banging the table, tearing and throwing away the U.N. charter.
Sheen: It’s genuine, it’s crystal, and it’s pure and it’s available to everybody.
Gadhafi: Not adopting this solution will lead to great losses on both parties. The answer to these questions will carry the answers to the following questions, other questions. And this—this medical team is a group of children killers. It was a fleeing encounter in the international—foreign international conference, a simple meeting.
Sheen: Boom, that’s the whole movie, that’s life.