Profiting From The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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This week on The Nudge Wink Report, Oma gets to splash cold water all over his face just for doing his job as a field reporter. That’s cold. Or in the words of a great song stylist…ice, ice, baby. Check it out over at NWR!

Originally posted on The Nudge Wink Report:

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is sweeping the internet and bringing in a ton of cash to help eradicate that disease. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a degenerative and fatal nerve disease that is better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

The challenge, involving people choosing to dump a bucket of ice water over their heads or donate some cash to support ALS research, has nearly quadrupled donations to the ALS Association. It is hard to argue with the good that the challenge is doing in both raising awareness of the condition and backing research toward a cure.

But ALS charities and sufferers are not the only beneficiaries of this silliness. Some are riding the gravy train of this trend all the way to the bank. I tapped my vast Nudge/Wink Report expense account and went after one of these nouveau riche millionaires to get the full story.

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3 thoughts on “Profiting From The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge”

  1. thanks for reblogging the nwr. probably wouldn’t have checked it out so quickly otherwise. so, nwr aside, if you could only pick one of your b.o.o.b.s to check out which would you recommend?

    1. Hey there. Thanks for stoping by. We’re having WordPress issues with publicizing from NWR so a reblog was in order.

      Only one BOOB? I can’t just give you one. How about you check out one a week? *grin*

      1. oh alright, i’ll feel my way around then.

        p.s. said hi on twitter since your’s is the first blog i follow, but i forgot i blog under a different name so just wanted to connect the dots, or the bits and bytes as it were.

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