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Ice Bucket Challenge
Ice Bucket Challenge

Has anyone asked you to take the “Ice Bucket Challenge” yet?

It’s only a matter of time!

It’s gone MAD viral the past few weeks on Facebook and Instragram…a friend “nominates” you for the challenge: Recording yourself dumping a bucket of ice water on your head and if you WON’T do it, you have to give money to ALS to fight Lou Gehrig’s disease.

EVERYONE’s getting in on it…from Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake to NJ Governor Chris Christie and even President Obama, who was challenged by Ethel Kennedy (he politely declined, but will give money to ALS instead).

It’s been HUGE for the ALS Association, who’s received $4 MILLION in donation, four times what they’d normally get

If you’d rather not get dunked (Dave’s all wet already!), donate at ALSA.org.

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