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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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by AJ Silver posted Sep 16 2014 11:26AM
by AJ Silver posted Sep 10 2014 5:47PM
He drives my dream car, perhaps my dream girl, and likes whiskey... I like this guy!

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People : Frankie Ballard
by AJ Silver posted Sep 10 2014 5:46PM
Come on now Blake, we all know who you are!

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People : Blake Shelton
by AJ Silver posted Sep 5 2014 11:43AM
LUKE BRYAN brought a young boy on stage at his show in Chicago to teach him some of his famous dance moves. The kid may have outdone him.

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Location : Chicago
People : Luke Bryan
by AJ Silver posted Sep 5 2014 11:17AM

"The Identical" (PG)
As some of you may know, Elvis Presley had a twin brother who died at birth and so Elvis grew up an only child. This movie looks at what might have happened if his twin had survived and been secretly raised by another couple. And when the twin hears his brother's music, he's inspired to get into '50s rock n roll himself . . . as an Elvis impersonator whose stage name is The Identical. Only they don't come right out and say the name Elvis Presley. The fictitious rock star in the movie is a guy named "Drexel Hemsley". It stars Blake Rayne as the twins, Ray Liotta and Ashley Judd as his parents, and Seth Green as his best friend.

"Innocence" (PG-13)
A chick named Sophie Curtis plays a teenager who finds out that the suicides at her new school are being caused by a coven of witches that drinks the blood of virgins to stay eternally young. Kelly Reilly from "Heaven is For Real" plays the main villain. Graham Phillips is the young stud Sophie turns to in her hour of need. You'd know him as Julianna Margulies' son on "The Good Wife".

by AJ Silver posted Sep 3 2014 11:12AM
RYAN GREPPER is the guy in Portland, Oregon who just set a record on Kickstarter by raising $13.3 MILLION for the 'Coolest' . . . a cooler for $200 that comes with Bluetooth speakers, a USB charger, and a built-in blender.

Here are his seven tips for crowdfunding an invention online . . .

1. Have a FULLY working prototype. Which means you might have to spend some of your OWN money first. But it's worth it so you can really show it off in your video.
Ryan's first prototype back in November only had SOME of the features he wanted. And he DIDN'T make his fundraising goal that time, which was only $125,000.

2. Make your video SHORT. And focus on the customer. Don't spend too much time talking about how you came up with the idea, or why it's important to YOU. Show people why THEY would want it. And as far as time goes, anywhere from two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half minutes is perfect. His was just UNDER three-and-a-half.

3. Time your launch. Ryan launched his first Kickstarter campaign in November, which wasn't a great idea for a product you use during the SUMMER.

4. Get the word out BEFORE you launch. There's a much better chance you'll go viral if a bunch of people donate right off the bat. Friends and family are a great start, but you usually need MORE than that.

5. Focus on the social media site that gets the most traction. For Ryan, it was Facebook. And that's probably the case for most people. But if it starts taking off on Twitter, don't be afraid to put more energy into your Twitter posts instead.

6. A good idea isn't enough. There are LOTS of good ideas on Kickstarter, but they also have to be MARKETED well. Meaning you have to focus, do ALL of the stuff on this list, and do it WELL.

7. If your campaign fails, don't give up. If you do everything on this list and STILL no one likes it . . . then yeah, maybe try to come up with another product.
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Location : OregonPortland
by AJ Silver posted Sep 3 2014 10:32AM
So it seems LUKE BRYAN fell of the stage for the third time this year. If I was a country superstar this would probably happen to me every night I was on stage!

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