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
Hey guys so I’m sure you probably know what Nerd HQ is but if not it’s this super cool event that Zachary Levi hosts during SDCC weekend and he gets a bunch of stars that you all love to come to these small panels of just like 200 people where the fans can really interact with the stars and ask them whatever questions they want. In the past he’s gotten Tom Hiddleston, Seth Green, Joss Whedon, Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Matt Smith, Nathan Fillion, Tatiana Maslany, Dylan O’brien, and more. The tickets are really cheap (just around $20) and other than the panels, the rest of the events are free.
Basically it’s just a really nice thing Zachary Levi organizes to reach out to fans and then he donates the money raised to Operation Smile, which he is an ambassador for. In the past he had corporate sponsorship to host the event but last year that didn’t work out so well so now he’s asking for our help to host Nerd HQ. Even if you can’t physically go there, he livestreams the panels and they’re always fun to watch for everyone. Now, since the corporate sponsoring didn’t really work out well last year, he’s asking for our help to run Nerd HQ. All he’s asking for is $5. Now I know, for some people $5 means a day’s meal, but if you can afford to spare $5 for a really good cause, you should donate it!
Flower gleam and glow. Let your powers shine. Make the clock reverse. Bring back what once was mine. Heal what has been hurt. Change the fates’ design. Save what has been lost. Bring back what once was mine.
"‘Towers’ is the name of the dormitory that I lived in in college; it’s made up of these two towers – North and South – my girlfriend lived in one and I lived in the other. It’s about falling in love, but also about what happens when you’ve long fallen out of love and those reminders are still there. You drive by them, these two buildings, and you look, and you realize that we really built that up. That we really built that love into these things, and for a long time afterward looking at them really made me feel sad; to see these empty buildings that I don’t go in to anymore. But then, as time goes on, they start to become kind of joyous in their own way: you can look at them and think ‘that love was great and these buildings still stand tall’. But there’s also an element of the fact that they’re just buildings – they’re gonna fall down one day, and they’re not that important because there’s new love in your life and you’ve got to break things down that get built up."
I love knowing the stories behind songs. This song holds so much more meaning now.
Disney released a multilingual version of “Let It Go” Languages heard in order:
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