I Want My Nerd HQ
Zachary Levi and the Nerd Machine family need your help to fund Nerd HQ 2014! Nerd HQ is a free experience for fans during the weekend of SDCC to test out the newest video games, gadgets, and tech, as well as give fans the opportunity to attend celebrity conversation panels (which Zac livestreams), photo-ops and signing-ops. In addition, funds raised during this event are contributed to the charity, Operation Smile.
Typically, they fund the event solely through Sponsorships, but last year it didn’t work out and essentially almost ended Nerd HQ. If you can spare $5 to this campaign that would be amazing, but if not, then don’t worry at all. You can show your support by spreading the word for this wonderful cause :D
#look at him though #he’s so fucking sincere #he SINCERELY wants everyone to have a fantastic life #and he sincerely DOES appreciate everyone #he’s one of a kind #and I love that there’s no gift for contributions #and his explanation that he wants all donors on the same level #he appreciates us all equally whether we give $5 or $500000 #that’s such a rare and beautiful thing to hear from someone asking for donations
(Source: zacbartowski, via doctorhiddlestondrivestheimpala)
«I've been looking out of a window for eighteen years, dreaming about what I might feel like when those lights rise in the sky. What if it's not everything I dreamed it would be?»
(Source: peetasdream, via tardisinwonderland)
Seriously people, knock it off. I don’t make the rules, I just follow them.
A high school classmate of mine passed away last week. His death has hit a lot people very hard. A lot of my high school class grew up with him and had been friends since elementary school.
While I’m sad about his death, I’m not taking it as hard because I haven’t kept in touch with this classmate since we graduated and I really wasn’t close to him to begin with. I didn’t go to elementary school with most of my high school class because my dad was in the military.
I think things would be different if I still lived in South Carolina and hadn’t moved to Kentucky. I can’t say that I would be more upset, but I think it would be different because I would see how it affects my friends that still live there and seeing them sad would make me sad, because I hate it when my friends are sad. (I hope that made sense.)
At this point, I’m just rambling and nothing is going to be coherent. It’s hard to try and comfort a friend that is in distress from 500 miles away.