Chesapeake & Midlantic | 08/21/14 02:56pm
I just don't negotiate with charity terrorists.
IPVMU Certified | 08/21/14 03:29pm
So we've barely caught our breath from all the security mfgr Harlem Shake vids, and you go and thrown down this gauntlet...
And Axis has done the Ice Bucket Challenge. Clever execution:
Try the polar bear challenge in great lakes or alaska , that s a real challenge
otherwise its just childs play , no real challenge
Cold for a moment , then a little wet , then warm as usuall
High Country Swimming in Ice Lakes , Thats a real Challenge
My Scout master was 87 years old and would hike to the high country lakes to challenge all the boy scouts to a swim in the ice lakes every summer in the sierras of ca.
When doing the Ice Bucket Challenge...make sure to check for power lines if the bucket needs to be raised more than 12 ft from the ground.
When the Ice Bucket Challenge Goes Awry:
"Campbellsville Police Chief Tim Hazlette said the power line was never touched Thursday morning, but it carried such a high voltage that it was able to energize the ladder truck, shocking the firefighters."
Now Axis' founder has done the ice bucket challenge, calling out Genetec, Milestone and Convergint:
By the way, is he in Sweeden? How cold is it in Sweeden in August? It looks it.
Add Tri-Ed to the list.
New acquirer Anixter has yet to take the challenge, perhaps feeling the deal itself was proof of their willingness to go "under water".
- Milestone guy challenges Genetec.
- Mobotix CEO challenges head of ONVIF.
- Avigilon's ex-CFO challenges the CEO.
I'm guessing the idea in general with these types of pairings is to for the challenger to demonstrate their unflappable willingness to back ALS, by intentionally challenging someone who they might not see eye to eye with, and putting aside any petty personal differences for the good of the cause.
With that in mind, one question remains for your inevitable outbound challenge:
B. Schmode or T. Rockoff? Or???