Ohio State football talk.
Damn. Bring a tractor to soak everyone. That is hardcore.
You can feed a bobcat all the chili it wants. That don't mean it's going to crap out diamonds.
Is that Braxton on the far right of the video?
Bet you can't say "Bert Bielma is a bumbling buffoon" five times fast.
Dude is ripped.
Awesome. I saw someone do the challenge earlier this week on Facebook. Finally, a viral event for a worthy cause!
"Because the rules won't let you go for three." - Woody Hayes
THE Ohio State University
That was great. But I thought Paul Bissonette's was Epic:
Sorry having trouble embedding the video from my Ipad.
“Right now, Michigan is not at the pinnacle of college football, and that’s all Urban Meyer cares about...He’s been there and knows what it takes to get there.”
That was great.
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Keith Olbermann pointed out that he could have just used a bucket and donated the money he spent on everything else to the cause and it would have meant more, but gotten him less press.
Has Olbermann ever been happy about anything, though? It's all philosophical - which did more good, the awareness he raised via an epic viral video, or the donation of the few thousand bucks he spent to fly a chopper and dump some glacier water on his head?
First off, Toad I really doubt that he did, and there's no way for us to know so that's like me saying "the glacial water probably jumped into the bucket to save them gas money"
And Andy for any other cause I'd agree, and actually just said something about the awareness this whole dilly has raised. However this cause, and this challenge has gotten so much press from so many famous people taking part I really can't see this stunt making that many more people aware. That said no Olbermann likely has never been happy about anything, ever.
I understand his underlying point, I just get my hackles up when a self-important media personality gets smarmy toward some other celebrity, athlete or sports personality. At the end of the day, they all do some percentage of what they do because it's good for their brand or business, so looking down their nose at someone else for doing the same is the height of hypocrisy.
But it appears that the challenge - in all its variations - is doing good things:
$9.5M in donations to @alsassociation over last two weeks vs $1.6M over same time period last year #IceBucketChallenge
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) August 15, 2014
(Thanks to 11dubber Urban Nation Army for the tip to the Rovell Tweet).
Just once could you type out a response that involves 1. angry senseless swear words, and 2. misspelled words/words spelled correctly but used in a context other than the correct one?
Comeback of the day - seriously funny, mi amigo :)
Chopper pilot probably did it for free given the cause thus making the argument non-existent.
Nothing like dancing on the field in 02...
You lost me at keith olbermann....
"The harder you work, the harder it is to surrender." Woody Hayes
I nominate Keith to do the #ScaldingWaterChallenge
Be nice to see that after the National Championship Game, just say'n.
Cris Carter doin it right. Get Chris Berman directly behind you, then act really cold afterward.
CC is no dummy.
Have you tried Not Your Father's Root Beer? It tastes just like the real thing, but it packs a punch (5.9%ABV). It's a little sweet for me though. Two is my limit.
Saw this last night. CC is still elusive to this day. Not even water can get him.
Was that Meech in the back dead center? Big dude.
All of the upvotes for Pitt. That picture has been my background on my work laptop for the last year. Still my favorite picture ever.
Ice bucket challenge complete! Video coming... I nominate @CoachVrabel50, @ZBoren44, @MekkaDonMusic, @RyanBasford pic.twitter.com/TKyfWPyMzu
— Mark Pantoni (@markpantoni) August 15, 2014
If any of you are getting involved in the Ice Bucket Challenge and are donating to ALS, I applaud you. I have a friend of my family that has been living with ALS (for a while now) and has been raising awareness & money for several years. Her two sons have their own 'mission' to find a cure. Take a moment to visit their site kids4cure.com They have raised over $500,000 for ALS. And you can give your donation to ALS through their site. So dump that bucket of ice on your head and donate a few bucks!