Google won’t search for Chuck Norris

Thursday, March 27, 2008
Posted by Jim Hedger @ 2:07 pm

… “because it knows you don’t find Chuck Norris, he finds you.”

It’s true, sort of. The cult of Chuck Norris has won top spot under the inadvisable keyword phrase, “find chuck norris”.

As posted by Google PR-czar David Krane at his blog, this is Simply Awesome…!,

Step 1: Visit
Step 2: Input these search terms: find chuck norris
Step 3: Click “I’m feeling lucky”

Note the site restrict!! —-> “pages from Chuck’s Beard”

Is there nothing Chuck Norris can’t get accomplished?

The spoof is sort of funny but it also shows a secondary power to achieving the #1 position under any given keyword phrase. When Google users hit the “I feel lucky” button, the searcher is sent to the first place site.

Chuck Norris’ career has enjoyed a Shatneresque boost over the Internet following the Walker, Texas Ranger spoofs on the Conan O’Brien show. Every time O’Brien pulled the Walker Texas Ranger Lever, the second coming of Norris’ lone star rose a little higher. He is now an Internet fun-meme.

For the realest real facts about the legend that is Chuck, check the Chuck Norris Facts site. That’s the page searchers are directed to when they enter “Chuck Norris” and hit the “I feel lucky” button. It’s true… sort of.

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