March 7 marks the 10th anniversary of Sheen's firing from Two and a Half Men for his "dangerously self-destructive conduct," difficulty at work and inflammatory comments to producers. Looking back, the 55-year-old Sheen isn't happy that people continue bringing up his behavior, but he's also not offended they're still talking about what was an intensely difficult time in his life. "People have (said to) me, 'Hey, man, that was so cool, that was so fun to watch. That was so cool to be a part of and support and all that energy and, you know, we stuck it to the man," Sheen tells Yahoo Entertainment. "My thought behind that is, 'Oh, yeah, great. I'm so glad that I traded early retirement for a f*cking hashtag.'" Sheen adds that he regrets many aspects of his behavior then, including demanding a higher salary. "There's a moment when (former CBS CEO) Les Moonves and his top lawyer, Bruce, were at my house and they said, 'OK, the Warner jet is fueled up on the runway. Wheels up in an hour and going to rehab, right?' My first thought was sort of like really … there's some comedy value to what my first thought was," Sheen says. "In that moment, when I said, 'Oh, damn, I finally get the Warner jet.' That's all I heard. But if I could go back in time to that moment, I would've gotten on the jet. And it was that giant left turn in that moment that led to, you know, a very unfortunate sequence of public and insane events...There was 55 different ways for me to handle that situation, and I chose number 56. And so, you know, I think the growth for me post-meltdown or melt forward or melt somewhere — however you want to label it — it has to start with absolute ownership of my role in all of it. And it was desperately juvenile."