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As per the title gents


Question:
Is Clint Eastwood tougher than Chuck Norris?

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Yes, The man with no name rules
No, Those tight jeans intimidated Clint for the first time ever

 
 
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Chuck Norris is a fighter.

Clint Eastwood is a killer.
 
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Clint has the reach advantage but Chuck Norris round house wins every time. 44 Mag VS
Dos Uzi? Advantage Chuck. As much as I like Clint, Chuck has him beat.


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A few years ago I heard an interview with Jeff Daniels who played with Clint in "Bloodwork".He said even though this is just acting,when Clint points a pistol at you,you are scared.When they did the final shooting scene Clint asks his agent out of the side of his mouth "So,how many men have I killed?" The agent says 2000 Clint. He replies,"make that 2001"


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I know as many chick Norris memes as about anyone, but am also a huge Clint fan. I gotta vote for Clint. He's got the squint!

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True. I heard an interview with Clint several years ago when explained the squint.When they were doing the spaghetti westerns they had him facing the sun. Afterwards it became his Nomme De Guerre.Just like (if anyone remembers 'Get Smart'from the 60's)Barbara Feldon aka agent 99 had that seductive sloe eyed look. Well that was because she was nearsighted + the director did not want her wearing glasses.


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My vote is for Clint.

Chuck Norris will come up and try to karate chop you or whatever.

Clint, hell he's just going to "pull those pistols". He 'aint just gonna whistle Dixie.


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Slim,you either have a bit of Southern blood or just like a great movie.Either way,its spot on.


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Slim,judging from what they are saying on the weather radio,I'm glad I'm down here.50 below?! Hope you are staying warm indoors.


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Just quoting a great movie, Josie Wales.

And -50 F is just another day up here, we don't make a thing of it.

It's just the stupid media running out of things to flap their mouths about, I guess.

Here, it's just called "winter".


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Glad you're holding out + yes,Josey Wales was one great movie.


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Hey Norman, on Netflix there is a flick about finding the town/area featured in the G the B and the U., final gun battle. I haven’t seen it yet.
 
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Sad Hill Unearthed. Just started it
 
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Need to see that one. I can see it in my minds eye + hear the music as they await each other on the paved rotunda.


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They actually found the cemetery and restored it, holding a festival celebrating the movie. Pretty neat, the plaza was completely covered over with sod. Took quite a bit of work. Had some history and behind the scenes of making the movie. Spoiler alert-they had to blow the bridge twice!
 
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