Thursday, November 30, 2017

Awesome4ces: Let's Play Anticipation - Part 1 | A4: Comic Book Jon, Jackfelgar, & Linksliltri4ce

They said it once and they'll say it to the end of our days: ROBOTS ARE TAKING OVER THE WORLD! And they are DESTROYING us in Anticipation!


PBAndAwesome: Bottom Shelf Munchies: Ramune Flavor Gummy Candy

For a nice change of pace on The Bottom Shelf, Comic Book Jon, LinkslilTri4ce, and PB&A Jeremy tried some Ramune gummy candies. They were pretty tasty, and apparently a violation of YouTube's Advertiser-friendly content guidelines. 😜

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

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Monday, November 6, 2017

The A4 Team Takes on the HOT PEPPER CHALLENGE for ALS!

We will be taking the ALS Hot Pepper Challenge in honor of our grandpa, James Kelly.

If you're not already a fan of Binging with Babish, here is the related video:

Please join us in taking the Hot Pepper Challenge to raise funds and awareness for ALS research.
Eat a hot pepper, nominate 3 of your friends, and donate whatever you can at the link below:
Donations can either be given to members of the Awesome4ces or directly on the GoFundMe link (proof of donation must be provided.)

There will be two ways we are raising money: 
Eaters will donate by the heat-levels of the pepper they eat: 

  • Anaheim Pepper: $20 minimum donation
  • Jalapeno Pepper: $10 minimum donation 
  • Habanero Pepper: $5 minimum donation 
  • Anything Spicier: $0 minimum donation 

If YOU donate, A4 members will eat hotter peppers the more you pay

  • Anaheim Pepper: $5 minimum donation 
  • Jalapeno Pepper: $10 minimum donation 
  • Habanero Pepper: $15 minimum donation 
  • Ghost Pepper: $25 minimum donation 
  • Anything Spicier: $30 minimum donation 

Please help us raise awareness and funding to find a cure for ALS!

What is ALS? In this disease, nerve cells break down, which reduces functionality in the muscles they supply. The cause is unknown. The main symptom is muscle weakness. Medication and therapy can slow ALS and reduce discomfort, but there's no cure.