Meet Alisa, a 17-year-old with dreams to defend her country as a U.S. Marine. Alisa is also fighting her own battle – an inoperable brain tumor that at one time left her paralyzed and unable to speak and still requires extensive treatment.
Because of her medical condition, Alisa didn’t think her dream to be Marine would be possible. That was when Make-A-Wish stepped in to make her dream a reality. On her wish, Alisa traveled to Camp Pendleton and the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, CA. Alisa’s first adventure as a Marine was to see the recruits in the barracks being trained and disciplined by hardcore US Marine Corps drill instructors. During her wish, Alisa received her own Marine Corps uniform, complete with Private first class Chevron pins and received a tour of the barracks.
“They made me feel like I was the commander,” Alisa told the Ravalli Republic newspaper.
Alisa was treated like a VIP guest from start to finish. During a morning presentation of the colors, Alisa received a thunderous round of applause when General Yoo mentioned Alisa’s desire to become a Marine in his speech. Alisa was also presented with a plaque and given an “honorable mention” in front of a crowd of hundreds during a graduation ceremony of 400 Marine recruits. The smile never left her face, and when a retired Major General heard Alisa’s story, he presented her with his Marine Corps medallion, a special way to commemorate Alisa’s biggest battle, the one for her life. Not only does Alisa have many priceless memories from her Marine experience in San Diego, but she also has a renewed bond with her family.
Alison Brie Schermerhorn is best known for portraying Annie Edison on the NBC / Yahoo sitcom Community and Trudy Campbell on the AMC drama Mad Men. Today we compiled the ultimate gallery of her hottest pictures and gifs for your enjoyment.
Maybe ‘Professional’ is too strong a word.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are looking for help in all the wrong places.
From year to year, the moon never seems to change. Craters and other formations appear to be permanent now, but the moon didn’t always look like this. Thanks to NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, we now have a better look at some of the moon’s history. Learn more in this video!
Today we venture to sunny Arizona where we have been tipped off to this lovely gem known as Kendra. With an angelic face and a petite figure this girl should have way more dudes ogling her than the paltry 6,164
stalkers fans. It’s ok love, we are here to get that pretty face out to the masses. We shall do our best and put some more eyeballs on @kendracarlo!
We know it’s fustrating but they are out there fellas.. just keep getting drunk and searching..don’t let your fustration get to you..
hey guys remember that movie “youve got mail” from the 90s? I was at the closing sale of silver screen last week and bought a copy of the “you’ve got mail” laser disc, which is super rare and has a bunch of cool special features. I found this kind of raunchy deleted scene and didn’t see it anywhere else and thought I’d upload it.
Creating a film considered “great” by any standards is tough, not to mention creating a great sequel. The likelihood a sequel will live up to the original is slim to none, but there is still money to be made and thus the terrible sequel is created. There are too many of these unfortunate films to include them all here so we have chosen the 20 we think best represent the bunch. Feel free to add your own thoughts in the comments.
Evan Almighty (2007)
Naturally, after the tremendous success of the film Bruce Almighty (2003), producers saw dollar signs in a spinoff. With a budget of 175 million it’s difficult to believe that this film had the power to flop, but flop it did. A terrible script for a terrible sequel that was unnecessary.
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What more could you want when scrolling online? I don’t know about you but I want to laugh and look at chicks. If you share the same fondness for the opposite sex and funny crap then we are your home. So let’s get to some goodies below.