Open The Doors (4 of 4) by James Merritt
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Series: Up Close And Personal
1. What I am about to say to you I want to upfront make sure that I am not misunderstood. I am not a name dropper and I don't like name droppers. During the course of my life I've gotten to meet many people, some of whom I consider famous, from the standpoint that they are well-known.
2. But like most of you, I have a few people that I have always wanted to meet, or hope to one day meet. Not because I am star-struck or want to take a selfie with a celebrity to post on the Internet. No, I want to meet certain people just to see what they are like, away from the media and cameras. I want to meet them because I have a genuine interest in people. And to some degree, I want to see if their reputation holds up in person.
3. Now of all the people I want to meet, the person I am about to name has one of the toughest, grittiest and no-nonsense reputations in the world. He is instantly recognizable. That's right, I want to meet Chuck Norris!
4. Many of you know Chuck Norris from his action films. Movies like Delta Force put him on the map. Others of you know him from Walker, Texas Ranger, one of the longest running television shows in TV history. But what you may not know is that before Chuck Norris was a Hollywood star, he was a famous martial artist. He was a six-time undefeated World Professional Middle Weight Karate Champion and the first human being in the Western Hemisphere to earn an eighth degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do. Even at more than 70 years of age, Chuck Norris can still kick your butt. He is one tough dude. I discovered some interesting facts about Chuck Norris that tells you just how tough he is. Did you know:
Fear of spiders is aracnaphobia, fear of tight spaces is claustraphobia, fear of Chuck Norris is called Logic
Chuck Norris has a grizzly bear carpet in his room. The bear isn't dead it is just afriad to move.
Chuck Norris has already ...
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