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Actually, Chuck Norris is an astute business man who has promoted and runs K1 or some such karate competition. He has parlayed his skills into a nice business and is probably a tycoon. I read somewhere that he also actively supports political party X in the US. Based on the types of films he acts in (Lone wolf McQuade, ranger etc)you can guess which party.
Chuck Norris can strangle you with a cordless phone.
Chuck Norris can build a snowman out of rain.
Chuck Norris once won a game of Connect Four in 3 moves.
In 1991, Chuck Norris shot a 14 on an 18 hole golf course, falling short of his personal best by 2 strokes.
Champions are the breakfast of Chuck Norris.
If you can see Chuck Norris, he can see you.
If you canít see Chuck Norris you may be only seconds away from death.