John: Going live now it says. We're lve, Hank! Happy Project for Awesome! [cheering]
Hank: Well, that was disappointing.
John: That was a little bit disappointing. To be fair, I think that the vast majority of stuff is still stuck in here but don't worry, I've got more, Hank, I've got more confetti. Papow!
Hank: Oh, hey that was better. I liked that.
John: Kapow! Happy Project for Awesome, everybody! Oh, it's the most magical time of the year, the time when the youtube community and online fan communities everywhere, a bunch of internet nerds, get together, raise money for charities, make videos about charities, celebrate the decreasing of worldsuck in all of its forms. I'm here with my brother, Hank. Hi, Hank.
Hank: Hi. This is my first public appearance since going on paternity leave, and-
John: Except for all those videos that you made on paternity leave.
Hank: I didn't make those. Some man back months ago made those. (laughter) And so it's basically my first time being out in public since the election, and since having a baby, and I'm so glad that this is the first thing I'm doing. I'm so glad that hanging out with nerdfighteria being a little bit more raw and connected, and having this common mission, a thing to do together that we're gonna do... that we've already surpassed our indiegogo goal.
Hank: So that's good that we set that low, so we could do that before we even began the livestream. So we started off our-
John: That was why that was the second champagne popper was to celebrate getting past $100,000 on the indiegogo. So if you go right now to projectforawesome.com/donate..By the way, Hank, I'm also happy that you're back. I've missed you terribly, and I'm not just saying that like to be nice. It's true. Hank works so much more than I do, and when he's gone I have to kind of be Hank, and it's been terrible.