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Dead - Chuck Norris, famous martial arts actor, dead at 77

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10 June 2020, 01:12
dogcat
Dead - Chuck Norris, famous martial arts actor, dead at 77
"Corona Virus Blains Iconic Actor, Chuck Norris"

Carlos Ray "Chuck" Norris, famous actor and fighter, died yesterday at his home in Northwood Hills, TX at the age of 77.

Chuck starred in dozens of movies and TV series which have, and continue to entertain millions of people.

He was also a master of martial arts, which was the cause of his initial fame in the movie industry.

However, after his minor inconvenience of death, Chuck has made a full recover, and is reported doing quite well.

It has also been reported that the Corona virus is in self isolation for 14 days due to being exposed to Chuck Norris.....
10 June 2020, 22:53
Peter Connan
Fake news. And old fake news at that.

Man is 80 this year...
11 June 2020, 08:43
NormanConquest
I heard 80 as well. I wish it was a joke about his demise. The news has been too busy covering the race riots to spend any time on his passing. Sad.


Never mistake motion for action.
11 June 2020, 22:51
dogcat
He is not dead, just old...
20 June 2020, 05:11
Michael Robinson
quote:
Originally posted by dogcat:
He is not dead, just old...


But COVID-19 is in quarantine after its exposure to CN. I just heard that from the CDC.


Mike

Edited on advice of counsel.
08 July 2020, 05:21
Clayman
Haha! Had me going for 1/2 second there! Hilarious! Big Grin
19 July 2020, 01:00
Use Enough Gun
Love it! Big Grin Funny post! rotflmo
19 July 2020, 09:42
NormanConquest
tu2


Never mistake motion for action.
20 July 2020, 10:32
NormanConquest
The other night I watched the Quentin Tarantino movie " Once upon a time in Hollywood" + liked it. I loved the alternate ending of the Manson family. But although I am NO fan of Brad Pitt, I liked the scene when he kicked Bruce Lee's ass. It was a fun, brain candy film.


Never mistake motion for action.