Apple's Phil Schiller Accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Asks Tim Cook to Follow Suit

Apple's Phil Schiller Accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Asks Tim Cook to Follow Suit

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Apple's SVP of Worldwide Marketing, Phil Schiller has accepted the ALS Ice Bucket challenge that has gone viral.

The ice bucket challenge is an effort to promote awareness and raise money for ALS disease. Once 'challenged' you must pour a bucket of ice water over yourself and then challenge some of your own friends. If you fail to do the challenge within 24 hours, you must donate money to the cause.

Other tech executives have joined in on the ice bucket challenge such as Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.

After completing the challenge, Phil Schiller challenged Apple CEO Tim Cook to follow suit. He has 24 hours to do so, or donate money, so we'll let you know if he decides to join in on the fun.

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Apple's Phil Schiller Accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Asks Tim Cook to Follow Suit
James Cameron - August 14, 2014 at 10:24pm
Total bullshit..
kamatits - August 14, 2014 at 5:58pm
This is gullibility as it's finest. Judging people who did the challenge rather than paying because the people who set this up pay for them, they gave others decisions and they chose rather than judging them from what they did compared to fully delusional shit like you. You know better if you were older you know, still proving yourself as much as your profile, that's what your nonsensible shit is like. Thick headed atom sized brainwashed ice. That cold water must have not cleaned it out. Obama is a pussy to cold water.
juicykj - August 14, 2014 at 8:41pm
As with other challenges it is stupidity. As for why you would even mention Obama in this post is stupidity. I think him shooting hoops with Uconn was stupid enough. I respect someone who can stand for a cause, even though some have ulterior motives. The fact that Phil did it and it goes to a worthy cause if evident enough. Dip shits like you, from the new generation, fail to see the reality of it all. And all in all you are a moron and that photo makes me think that you are some young pre teen who doesn't have a clue in life or a child fondler.
Daddy Warbucks - August 14, 2014 at 4:00pm
Wouldn't it be better to give money?
Ren - August 14, 2014 at 2:49pm
Ok who came up with this idea? Why is this involved with charity??
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