Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Amie has accepted the ice bucket challenge issued to him from Xbox's Phil Spencer in an effort to raise funds for ALS research.
It's nice that these heads of rival companies are able to do something this lighthearted that's also for a good cause.
Shouldn't be that cold with the coat of blubber around him.
The hype is strong with this.
I guess Reggies body is ready.
i am sasuke. ive come back master shalababa will hold... aww damn i just cant do it like he could :(
I'm more interested in seeing if Gaben will do it after Phil Spencer called his name in his video to be honest. n-no homo
And this has to do with videogames how?...
Cause the head executive of one gaming company called out other executives from gaming companies to help spread awareness of something that can claim anyone at any time.
I've been taking freezing cold showers everyday for the past 4 months. I can do this challenge easy while reading a newspaper.
Lol I thought the regginator didn't like water? http://i.minus.com/iuNdspnK...
That GIF was hilarious lol
I hope he looks the camera head on and goes "my body is ready" lmao would be so epic.
So everyone would rather dump ice water on their head than donate to help the fight against a bad disease? What is this world coming to.
Um.... People do donate. Last year it reached like 1.3 million? This year so far they're at 13 million and probably more by now.
So you rather have some die in heat.
The more I hear of this, the more I SMH. Wouldn't it be better to challenge someone to something not as simple as a bucket of water?! Makes no sense. Now you have a viral marketing campaign of people dumping buckets of ice water on them but nothin more. Yaaaaaayyy....
Except 13 million dollars and counting have been donated....
Yeah, from all the famous and rich people where money is of little concern to them. I agree that it's good for spreading awareness of it, but I'm more talking about all of the other teens and stuff doing it just for the Ice water and not giving a second thought about donating.
@Kaladin That's what I'm talking about as well. +1
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