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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 June 2014
by AJ Silver posted Jun 19 2014 2:19PM
DAVID NAIL released a video of him doing an acoustic version of his song "Kiss You Tonight".


by AJ Silver posted Jun 18 2014 2:11PM
MARTINA MCBRIDE invited a 16-year-old blind singer named Madie Hendrix to join her on stage during the soundcheck at her show in Huntsville, Alabama on Saturday. Madie helped raise money for the Team Martina charity.


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by AJ Silver posted Jun 13 2014 6:00PM
Bartenders are going to read what kind of person you are because of what you drink!

1. If you order a drink that's mentioned in a rap song, you're not a real drinker. After Drake mentioned moscato in "Do It Now", a bunch of guys started ordering it in bars. And they had no idea it was a sweet white wine.

2. Not surprisingly, girls who order a Long Island iced tea are looking to get WASTED.

3. If you drink Bud Light, there's a jail cell in your future. The stereotype is that all crimes start with Bud Light. Not Coors, or Miller Lite, or tequila, or whisky or malt liquor. It's always Bud Light.

4. People who order mojitos are full of themselves. This one's probably unfair, but apparently bartenders think that way because it's such a pain in the neck to make a mojito. So if you get one, it's like you want other people to go out of their way for you.

5. A guy who orders a drink with a sexual name like Slippery Nipple or Sex on the Beach is a D-bag. The dead giveaway is how he always tries to make eye contact with the nearest woman when he orders.

6. If you look young and you order Jack Daniels instead of scotch, you're getting carded. Most people discover scotch after they've lived through their partying days, once they've learned how to appreciate good liquor for its own sake.

7. Anyone who orders a great Scotch and drinks it neat is a badass.

8. If you get a Kamikaze, that means you don't know what to order.

9. If you order a shot of Fernet, you're from San Francisco. That's one of those bitter Italian liqueurs that tastes sort of like licorice. For some reason it's just popular there.

10. People who drink appletinis don't like the taste of alcohol.

11. If you order Johnny Walker Blue, you have more money than brains, and you're just trying to show off.

12. If you ask for a White Russian, it means you're naïve. Milk never gets poured at most bars, so the milk in their refrigerators is probably spoiled. Either that, or you're a fan of "The Big Lebowski".

13. If you drink PBR, you don't tip. Probably because you're a hipster.

14. If you try to ask for a Gin Rickey, it means you just read "The Great Gatsby" for the first time.
by AJ Silver posted Jun 13 2014 5:21PM
Behind the scenes!!!


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by AJ Silver posted Jun 13 2014 1:13PM

"22 Jump Street" (R)

Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill question their partnership as they go undercover at a local college . . . which is pretty much all they could do for this one that would make sense, since they're both way too old to pass for high school students again.



 

"How to Train Your Dragon 2" (PG)

Djimon Hounsou is the villain, a warlord determined to capture every single dragon . . . Jay Baruchel returns as Hiccup, the hero from the first movie . . . and Cate Blanchett plays his long-lost mother, who's spent her life rescuing dragons from the bad guy.



 
by AJ Silver posted Jun 12 2014 4:53PM

Kerry Lumsden lives outside Brisbane, Australia. And in November, her 10-year-old son was diagnosed with a brain tumor. So Kerry quit her job to take care of him. (We don't know her age, but she looks to be in her 40s.)

 
Meanwhile, Kerry is ALSO battling cancer. She's had seven melanomas removed, and just found out she has cervical cancer too. Then recently, her car broke down. Which was a big deal, because she had to get to their chemo treatments.
 
Luckily, a website called 52-Lives.org got involved. Their goal is to do something nice for one person every week of the year. With Kerry, the idea was to find a mechanic who'd fix her car for free.
 
But halfway around the world, an anonymous woman in Scotland heard about it, and stepped it up a bit. Instead of fixing the car, she decided to buy Kerry a NEW one, and donated about $6,500. Then a car dealership offered to give her a sweet deal, so she could buy a truck to carry her son's wheelchair.
 
Kerry says it made her realize that she and her son aren't going through this alone. And they recently found out that his cancer is now in remission. (52-Lives.org / Sunshine Coast Daily / Good News Network)
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by AJ Silver posted Jun 11 2014 5:54PM
Grant Cardone from Entrepreneur Magazine says you can become a millionaire by the time you're 30. Just follow these nine easy steps?
 
1. Don't show off. "Fake it 'til you make it" is a good way to stay poor forever. Don't buy expensive things just to look like you're already a millionaire. Save money for the investments that can MAKE you a millionaire.

2. Never save money, except to invest it. When you save money, it should be for things that will make you richer. And the money you save should be untouchable, even for emergencies. Lock it away, and don't bring it out except to start a new venture.

3. Avoid debt that doesn't make you richer. Cardone says rich people use debt to make investments, and increase their cash flow. Poor people use debt to buy stuff . . . which only makes the RICH people richer.

4. Treat money like a jealous lover. If you want to be a millionaire, you have to treat money better than everything else. You have to put it first. Otherwise it will leave you for someone else.

5. Money doesn't sleep, and neither should you. The way to get rich is to outwork everyone else. When other people go home and get drunk, stay at the office. Don't take vacations, and don't try to have a life. No one said it would be easy.

6. Tell yourself it makes no sense to be poor. Cardone says a lot of people just accept being poor, because they think it will always be that way for them. You have to believe that it sucks to be poor, and that it's your FAULT if you stay that way.
Hey . . . no one said it would be PROPER, either. But if you want to get to be a millionaire in the first ten or 12 years of your career, you can't think the way other people think. And you can't CARE what they think about you.

7. Get a millionaire mentor. If no real millionaire will mentor you, pick someone in the public eye and study them. Once you find out what they did, do that.

8. Let your money do the work for you. You should always be focused on investing. Use your money to attract more money. Labor doesn't make anyone a millionaire . . . there's not enough time in one life. You need investments that pay off.

9. Aim for $10 million, not $1 million. You have to think bigger, so that even if you don't reach your goals, you still get to be a millionaire. Cardone says the biggest mistake he ever made was not thinking big enough.
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by AJ Silver posted Jun 11 2014 12:41PM
WILLIE NELSON has released a short preview of an acoustic version of his new song "The Wall". It's one of the tracks on his upcoming album "Band of Brothers", which is out June 17th.


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by AJ Silver posted Jun 11 2014 9:46AM
If you need to get rid of junk but don't know where start, take a look at these nine steps.
 
1. Don't do it all at once. That's how you get overwhelmed and give up before you start. Set a timeline and divide the job up into smaller goals.

2. Don't make a "maybe" pile. Everything should be a "yes" or "no." That's how you got the junk in the first place . . . by assuming you'd need things later on.

3. Have a garage sale. Advertise well, and offer volume discounts. Also put out a "free" box with stuff you can give away. People will be more likely to shop if they think they can get something else for free.

4. Post bigger items online. For furniture and appliances, the best thing is to list them on Craigslist or eBay. You'll get more exposure and usually a better selling price.

5. Use Freecycle.org to give things away. It's a website where you post stuff you don't want. Usually there's someone out there who'll want to take it and fix it up. They probably CAN'T fix it, but that's fine because now it's THEIR junk.

6. Donate to charities and local organizations. A lot of charities will schedule a pickup with you. Or you can contact places like schools, assisted living facilities, and community centers to see what kinds of things they can use.

7. Sell at consignment stores or flea markets. Do it for things like antiques and special items that you don't want to put out at a garage sale. Or you could go to a pawn shop or antique dealer, if you have anything that's actually worth good money.

8. Put it out on the curb. If you can't sell it and you don't want it, try leaving it outside. People will take just about anything. If they see it sitting there unguarded, they'll think they saw it first, and they'll grab it because they don't want to miss out on a good deal.

9. Throw it away. After the first eight steps, whatever is left goes straight to the trash. Take it to the dump if you have to, or call a junk removal service.
by AJ Silver posted Jun 10 2014 1:32PM
MARTINA MCBRIDE'S cover of the LINDA RONSTADT hit "Little Bit of Rain".

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by AJ Silver posted Jun 9 2014 11:48AM
Did you know that ROY SCHEIDER was ad-libbing when he dropped the line, quote, "We're going to need a bigger boat" in "Jaws"? It's true. That line wasn't scripted. Here are a few other lines from movies that were improvised on the set, and later became memorable quotes:

 
1. Rutger Hauer ad-libbed the last line of his character's final monologue in "Blade Runner", when he said, quote, "All those . . . moments . . . will be lost in time, like tears . . . in . . . rain. Time . . . to die . . ."

2. In the movie "They Live!", Rowdy Roddy Piper made up the line: Quote, "I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass. And I'm all out of bubblegum."

3. Bill Paxton's line "That's it, man. Game over, man! Game over!" from "Aliens" wasn't in the script. He was just playing around with the dialogue.

4. In "Star Wars: Episode Five - The Empire Strikes Back", Princess Leia tells Han Solo, "I love you." And he responds, "I know." That was ad-libbed, and almost didn't make it into the movie.

 
Check out more here:
 http://io9.com/12-classic-lines-of-dialogue-that-you-probably-didnt-kn-1587121949
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