Chuck Norris – Sharepoint
Chuck Norris and Sharepoint
- Chuck Norris never starts an Approval workflow in SharePoint. Chuck doesn’t need approval.
- Chuck Norris’s favorite SharePoint site theme is Cardinal. Chuck enjoys the color Red.
- Chuck Norris can modify SharePoint’s application.master in a supportable manner.
- Chuck Norris doesn’t have a SharePoint Disaster Recovery Plan. He doesn’t recover data, only hostages.
- Chuck Norris can upgrade SharePoint In-Place. (and it will actually work)
- Putting Chuck Norris in the SharePoint Visitors group is futile. Chuck always has Full Control.
- Chuck Norris doesn’t prepare for SharePoint 2010. SharePoint 2010 prepares for him.
- Microsoft asked Chuck Norris to sign an NDA about SharePoint 2010. Chuck Norris asked Microsoft to sign a Living Will.
- In SharePoint 2010, the Farm Administrators group is being renamed to ‘Chuck’s Group’.
- Chuck Norris isn’t afraid to customize, one look and SharePoint runs at peak performance
- Chuck Norris IS the Governance Plan
- Chuck Norris used a SharePoint calculated column to calculate the exact value of pi
- Chuck does not subscribe to Alerts. He knows what is happening before it happens.
- Chuck Norris has never seen the SharePoint “Unknown Error” page because nothing is ever unknown or an error to Chuck.
- Chuck Norris was using SharePoint. He upgraded to SharePain.
- Chuck Norris has as many items in his View as he wants
- 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.
- Chuck Norris doesn’t read SharePoint blogs. He stares them down until he gets the information he wants.
- Chuck Norris doesn’t use VB.NET to customize SharePoint. Chuck Norris will always See Sharp!
- If you search for Chuck Norris on SharePoint, you won’t find him. He will find you.
- When Chuck performs an stsadm operation he doesn’t need -immediate to schedule the job, it has already occurred.
- 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.
- Chuck doesn’t catch SPExceptions, he roundhouse kicks them right back.
- SharePoint 2010 was a Chuck Norris idea.
Got this in an email from a friend. I think the original source maybe from sharepoint comic but funny none the less.