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Josh Schreiner and Andrew Wagner: More Sheen TigerBlood intern candidates from U of M

Josh Schreiner makes his case for #TigerBlood.

Josh Schreiner makes his case for #TigerBlood.

Shannah Henderson isn't the only University of Minnesota student who thinks that a TigerBlood social media internship with chemical-crazed actor Charlie Sheen might jazz up a resume.

Josh Schreiner and Andrew Wagner, both political science majors, are right there with her.

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Schreiner told the Minnesota Daily his parents think he's nuts, and probably committing career suicide, after he made the cut from 75,000 applicants to a few hundred last month. He figures working for a star in full meltdown is a ticket to the big dance.

Apparently there are only 250 people left in consideration to be @charliesheen #tigerbloodintern and I am one of them. Speechless right nowless than a minute ago via TweetDeck

Working for Sheen "would be like going from high school to the NBA," he told the student newspaper.

The next test for the candidates: a video that talks about how they might use social media in a political campaign. Here's Schreiner's pitch. He can "weather any storm," which would seem like a good job qualification:

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Wagner, whose Twitter profile says he handles media for the College Republicans at the U, wants to be the rock on which Sheen, a self-described walking pharmacology experiment, will build a new life.

Tweeting about his life up close and personal "would be a chance to rehabilitate his image from an esteemed actor to a crazy guy who has spun out of control," Wagner says. He points to this video entry, which has all the excitement of a poli-sci lecture:

Henderson told us last week that, should she win the eight-week gig, her high moral bearing would shield her from Sheen's "winning" ways. Besides, she said, Sheen's an "inspiration." Here's her video:

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