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AJ Silver

AJ Silver here! I lived in Lancaster CA until I was about 4, and have spent the remainder of my years in the Tri State area. I LOVE every aspect of my job every day!! I love to have a good time, and make sure I enjoy every second. I am a huge fan of music, film, and art! I love supporting local artists and have Aj's Artistic Freedom, so send your work to my email below! Just include a picture of your "art" and a short bio. I always love hearing from you so hit me up in the studio or through Facebook by clicking the link below! I like to have too much fun, so make sure you hook me up with stories (and pics) from your CRAZY weekends (or not so crazy)! We can compare!!! Cheers!

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Posts from December 2013
by AJ Silver posted Dec 20 2013 4:43PM
Useless Knowledge
12-16-13

 
Q: In medieval France, unfaithful wives were made to do what?
 
A: Chase a chicken through town naked.
 
 
Useless Tuesday
12-17-13

 
Q: At this location the American flag has been raised, but never lowered?
 
A: Moon
 
WINNER: Leann Drust
 
 
Useless Knowledge
12-18-13

 
Q: These animals cannot walk backwards?
 
A: The Emu and Kangaroo cannot walk backwards, and are on the Australian coat of arms for that reason.
 
 
Useless knowledge
12-19-13

 
Q: If you live in this area, you can have a maximum income of $104,000 and still receive government subsidized housing.
 
A: Aspen, Colorado
 
 
Useless Knowledge
12-20-13

 
Q: This animal has over 100 vocal sounds?
 
A: Cats have over one hundred vocal sounds, while dogs only have about ten.
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by AJ Silver posted Dec 20 2013 12:31PM
Thought this was pretty funny! There's a video of a gap-toothed, off-key 16-year-old KEITH URBAN performing on an Australian TV show called "New Faces". It's from 1983 . . . and was recently posted by a guy whose band won the competition. Keith took home the coveted "Encouragement Award."

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by AJ Silver posted Dec 20 2013 11:53AM
"Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" (PG-13)
Will Ferrell is back as Ron Burgundy, nine years after the first "Anchorman". And he has to reassemble his old team to work for a new 24-hour news channel in New York . . . reporting only what people want to hear, regardless if it's true.


 
 
"Walking With Dinosaurs" (PG)
A 3D, animated, family film about a runt dinosaur who loses his family in a fire. Then he has to battle a bunch of rivals, including his own brother, to become pack leader. Justin Long voices the little dinosaur, and John Leguizamo is the voice of his best friend, a prehistoric bird. Karl Urban is another one of the dinosaurs . . . he's the guy who plays Bones in the new "Star Trek" movies.


 
 
"Her" (R)
Joaquin Phoenix plays a guy who falls in love with his operating system, even though it's just a disembodied voice. Seriously. Although Scarlett Johansson does the voice. It's set sometime in the not-too distant future, when life is run by hyper-advanced "Siris".




"The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" (PG) and opens Christmas Day.
Ben Stiller plays a boring office worker with a crush on his co-worker, Kristen Wiig, and imagines himself impressing her in a bunch of heroic fantasies. When his boss threatens to downsize their jobs, he gets the chance to go on a REAL adventure, where he scales mountains and fights sharks. Sean Penn plays as mountain man photographer, and comedian Patton Oswalt works in the office.

 
 
"47 Ronin" (PG-13) and opens on Christmas Day.
Keanu Reeves plays an outcast who becomes the leader of a group of samurai, who want revenge against the overlord who killed their master. There's 47 of them and they're called "Ronin", in case you were wondering about the title.


 
 
"Grudge Match" (PG-13) and opens on Christmas Day.
Sylvester Stallone and Robert DeNiro play boxing rivals who had a big-time fight in the 1980s. But now they're old fogies who need some cash. So their promoter, Kevin Hart, talks them into getting back in the ring. Some of the scenes flash back to when the guys were in their prime, and apparently they use CGI to make them look younger.


 
"The Wolf of Wall Street" (R) and opens Christmas Day.
A true story with Leonardo DiCaprio as a guy who made TONS of money on Wall Street in the nineties . . . illegally . . . then lost it all and went to jail. When he got out he wrote the book the movie is based on. He's known as the "wolf" of Wall Street because he starts a firm that targets super-rich clients for what's known as a "pump and dump" stock scheme. And then we watch him spend money and PARTY, until the feds take him down.


 
"August: Osage County" (R) and opens Christmas Day.
This is based on a major prize-winning play, about one of those families where everyone has dark secrets. Then they have to reunite at the family house after their dad's suicide. Meryl Streep plays the mother of three daughters, and Julia Roberts plays her oldest daughter who hasn't been back in years.


 
by AJ Silver posted Dec 19 2013 2:55PM
I started making crafts when I was a young girl but just a few years 
ago I started making jewelry after I went into a local bead store and 
saw a necklace on display that I really liked.  I decided to try 
creating my own necklace design and a matching pair of earrings.  I 
enjoyed that so much I sarted designing jewelry for my famiy and 
friends too!  Eventualy I had so many pieces that I ran out of people 
to give them too, so I decided to sell some of the pieces I created.  
I have enjoyed designing and creating this jewelry and want the people 
who are purchasing it to enjoy it too!

I have attached a few photos of my jewelry.

Thanks!
Stephanie Sanders






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