ShareComic – Chuck Norris and SharePoint


  1. Chuck Norris never starts an Approval workflow in SharePoint.  Chuck doesn’t need approval.
  2. Chuck Norris’s favorite SharePoint site theme is Cardinal.  Chuck enjoys the color Red.
  3. Chuck Norris can modify SharePoint’s application.master in a supportable manner.
  4. Chuck Norris doesn’t have a SharePoint Disaster Recovery Plan.  He doesn’t recover data, only hostages.
  5. Chuck Norris can upgrade SharePoint In-Place.  (and it will actually work)
  6. Putting Chuck Norris in the SharePoint Visitors group is futile. Chuck always has Full Control.
  7. Chuck Norris doesn't prepare for SharePoint 2010. SharePoint 2010 prepares for him.
  8. Microsoft asked Chuck Norris to sign an NDA about SharePoint 2010.  Chuck Norris asked Microsoft to sign a Living Will.
  9. In SharePoint 2010, the Farm Administrators group is being renamed to ‘Chuck’s Group’.
  10. And the #10 Chuck Norris / SharePoint joke is:

    chucknorris

Special thanks to Bjørn Furuknaps for some of these ideas!.  And please leave your own ideas in the comments section.  If every single one of my readers leaves one Chuck Norris SharePoint joke, we’ll have an additional 7 added. Rock on!

11.5.2010 update… Migrating this post to new blog provider, and there is no way that I could not migrate these comments! 

Comments

Lori commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:52 PM 

Chuck Norris isn't afraid to customize, one look and SharePoint runs at peak performance.

Ryan commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:53 PM 

ahahaa, Gold stuff, Ok, here's one more.
Who's the new graphic designer?,
Oh him,.... that's bob.
What happened to the other guy?
He asked Chuck to change a file in the 12 hive

Dux commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:54 PM 

Chuck IS the Governance Plan

Karl commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:54 PM 

Chuck Norris used a SharePoint calculated column to calculate the exact value of pi.

Paula Paul commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:55 PM 

Chuck does not subscribe to Alerts. He knows what is happening before it happens.

Brian Jackett commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:55 PM 

Chuck Norris has never seen the SharePoint "Unknown Error" page because nothing is ever unknown or an error to Chuck.

Richie commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:55 PM 

Chuck norris can active a mutli-scope feature with one click

Jay commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:55 PM 

Chuck Norris was using SharePoint. He upgraded to SharePain.

Andy Burns commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:56 PM 

Chuck Norris has as many items in his View as he wants.

Andy Burns commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:56 PM 

Chuck knows how to dispose of an SPSite...

Richard Harbridge commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:56 PM 

Chuck Norris doesn't search SharePoint. He just stares it down until it gives him what he wants.
Chuck Norris never get's unexpected errors with SharePoint because he is always ready for everything.
The loading image in SharePoint is a result of it trying to catch up with Chuck's roundhouse kick.

Colin commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:56 PM 

Chuck Norris isn't just a SharePoint Ranger...wait for it...he's a Texas SharePoint Ranger
Chuck Norris has a lightning FAST back-kick

tony commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:57 PM 

Chuck Norris doesn't think SharePoint is funny

Mike Stevens commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:57 PM 

Chuck Norris doesn't read SharePoint blogs. He stares them down until he gets the information he wants.

Joe K commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:57 PM 

Chunck Norris doesn't use VB.NET to customize SharePoint. Chuck Norris will always See Sharp!

Eduardo commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  7:57 PM 

If you search for Chuck Norris on SharePoint, you won't find him. He will find you.

Monica commented on  Monday, October 19, 2009  11:21 PM 

Around Chuck don't bother hiding your web parts. Chuck sees ALL your web parts.

AObi commented on  Wednesday, October 28, 2009  6:29 AM 

SharePoint 2010 architecture now includes the ability to handle lists of one million plus items, for keeping track of how many people have been roundhouse kicked by Chuck Norris

Sourcreem commented on  Thursday, November 05, 2009  9:11 PM 

When Chuck performs an stsadm operation he doesn't need -immediate to schedule the job, it has already occurred.

Derek commented on  Thursday, November 05, 2009  9:24 PM 

Chuck CAN pick publishing images across site collections and web applications.

Grant commented on  Thursday, November 05, 2009  9:25 PM 

Chuck doesn't catch SPExceptions, he roundhouse kicks them right back.

Grant commented on  Thursday, November 05, 2009  10:05 PM 

When check performs an stsadm operation he doesn't need -force. SharePoint detects the power that the enter key is struck with and applies force by default.

Grant commented on  Thursday, November 05, 2009  10:09 PM 

When Chuck performs an stsadm operation he doesn't need -force. SharePoint detects the power that the enter key is struck with and applies force by default.*
*Chuck wouldn't have to fix typos, the typos would fix themselves.

re: Sharing The Point commented on  Thursday, November 12, 2009  11:49 AM 

Are you sure you have the right Chuck Norris? This guy is in his 60's isn't he? He hung out a lot with that crotchety old fogey McCain last year and I suspect he's ready for the Old Folks Texas Ranger Rest Home.

Keutmann commented on  Tuesday, January 05, 2010  5:22 PM 

Chuck Norris got SharePoint Server 2010 RTM last week.

Keutmann commented on  Wednesday, January 06, 2010  7:10 AM 

SharePoint 2010 was Chuck Norris idea.

Ben Zeinz commented on  Friday, March 12, 2010  11:17 AM 

SharePoint and Chuck Norris are both where documents go to die.
Sharepoint Designer only got it's nickname 'Sharepoint Destroyer' after emulating Chuck Norris.
SharePoint/Starepoint long load times are just pale attmpt to stare you down ala Chuck Norris.

Chuck Norris commented on  Tuesday, March 23, 2010  9:29 AM 

My name is Chuck Norris and I still work wonders with STS!

Comments (7)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Dear 7 Readers, I hope you have been well.  The second half of this year has been pretty busy, so

  2. Anonymous says:

    Dear 7 Readers, I hope you have been well. The second half of this year has been pretty busy, so I apologize

  3. Bruno Velaz - MCT says:

    Is Very funny!!! WHO did this? WOW!!!!

  4. Bryan says:

    Chuck Norris doesn't check in his cust web part code. The web part code always checks with Chuck first.

  5. When Chuck Norris thinks of a PowerShell command, SharePoint executes it.

  6. amz says:

    Chuck Norris doesn't use the User Profiling Service. He profiles users with his roundhouse kick.

  7. Zagros bingol says:

    When sharepoint exits(), it extra checks if chuck Norris is running as a hidden process.

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