Friday, April 21, 2017 Amazon Reviews Posted by Friday April 21, 2017, Song Listing and a Go Banking website link on Cities In Every State Where Your Paycheck Stretches the Furthest

Friday, April 21, 2017

Amazon Reviews Posted by Friday April 21, 2017, Song Listing and a Go Banking website link on Cities In Every State Where Your Paycheck Stretches the Furthest

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By Alesandra Dubin April 18, 2017, 7:15 AM EDT

Best of the Coachella Parties: 30 Ideas for Activities, Drinks, Decor, and Branding

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Freestyle DJ/potential song ideas for possible stories;Danger Zone by Kenny Loggins for the Top Gun Soundtrack movie, State of My Head by Shinedown, Venus by BanaRama, Heathens by Twenty One Pilots, Animal by Def Lepard, Your Love by Outfield, Magic Man by Heart, Lose Control by Keri Hilson, Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas, Carry On Wayward Son by Kansas feat. Will Ferrell, Take Over Control by Afrojack feat. Eva Simmons,Evacuate the Dancefloor by Cascada,The Way You Move by Outkast feat. sleepy Brown, Timber by Pitbull and Kesha,Still by Matt Nathanson,Head Over Heels by Tears For Fears, Step by Step by New Kids on the Block, Simply Irresistible by Robert Palmer, Waterfall by Stargate feat. Sia and P!nk, Lust For Life by Lana Del Rey feat. the Weeknd, Glad You Came by the Wanted, Shape of You by Ed Sheeran, Feel The Vibe by Bob Sinclair feat. Dawn Tallman

NOW That’s What I Call A Workout 2017

Terrific Mix of Songs

This collection of NOW That’s What I Call A Workout 2017 contains a dazzling mix of musical tunes from 2016. Among some of the radiant remixed songs on this collection are; My House by Flo Rida, Rise by Katy Perry, On My Mind by Ellie Goulding, Fight Song by Rachel Platten, Worth It by Fifth Harmony feat. Kid Ink, Hymn For the Weekend by Coldplay, Wherever I Go by One Republic, Into You by Arianna Grande, Can’t Feel My Face by the Weeknd etc.

The Player film Review starring Tim Robbins, Greta Scachi, Fred Ward listed on Amazon to be directed by Robert Altman

Another film Where I Am Far from the Target Audience Yet

I admit that I have to credit an online article titled 10 Must See Movies For Screenwriters by Dave Trottier for giving me an idea to watch this The Player film (after I entered a google search of movies about screenwriters). The film has a multitude of celebrities in it; Whoopi Goldberg,  Gina Gershon,Anjelica Houston, Julia Roberts, Lyle Lovett, Cher, Fred Ward, Peter Gallagher,Dina Merrill, Andie Macdowell, Jeff Goldblum Bruce Willis, Jeremy Priven, Nick Nolte, Gary Busey, Teri Garr,Lily Tomlin, Burt Reynolds, Susan Sarandon, John Cusack, Richard Grant, Robert Dean Stockwell,and many more celebrity appearances. However, significant plot points of the film center around the character of Griffin Mill (Tim Robbins), a hotshot Hollywood Executive whose world is unintentionally turned upside down after he loses his temper with writer/author David Kahane (Vincent D’Onofrio). Griffin Mill is shown being pretty distant with a multiple number of even his professional colleagues. Even his girlfriend from work Bonnie Sherow (Cynthia Stevenson) is not treated much differently from Griffin’s coworkers. However, part of Griffin Mill’s humanity is exposed when he is seen communicating with June Gudmundsdottir (Greta Scachi). That sounds innocent enough until the viewer realizes that she was romantically connected to writer/author David Kahane.

100 Greatest ’90s Alternative Songs
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A Worthwhile Collection To Listen To if You Like 90’s Rock Music, April 20, 2017

This review is from: 100 Greatest ’90s Alternative Songs (MP3 Music)

I unintentionally came across this music collection from Amazon’s playlist of 100 Greatest ’90s Alternative Songs and I am very glad to have done so. The following is a sampler of some of the hits available in this playlist; the well-known Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana, Losing My Religion by R.E.M.,Closer by Nine Inch Nails, Wonderwall by Oasis,Song 2 by Blur, Buddy Holly by Weezer, Give It Away by Red Hot Chili Peppers, Everlong by Foo Fighters, Karma Police by Radiohead,Possum Kingdom by the Toadies, I Alone by Live,Popular by Nada Surf etc.

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Body Like A Back Road
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Well-Crafted Contemporary Country Tune, April 20, 2017

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This song Body Like A Back Road by Sam Hunt is a exceptional type of song that appears to be an ode to a curvy woman yet mentioned in a tasteful and polite way. I can easily enjoy this type of song year round. However, for some reason, this song gives me a summer type of vibe when I hear it.

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Flying with the Rich and Famous: True Stories from the Flight Attendant who flew with them
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Author’s Recollections of Flying High (Metaphorically Speaking), April 21, 2017

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This kindlebook of Flying with the Rich and Famous: True Stories from the Flight Attendant who flew with them by Patricia Reid is written by a woman who has multiple positive memories of her job. She is also candid about how competitive it is to get into the line of work. Reid shares the special shopping trips that were required with the type of flight attendant job she features in this kindlebook. Additionally,Reid discusses and her feelings on a multitude of various celebrities that she met and more. Some of the celebrities that Reid admits to have spotted during her time of employment as a flight attendant; Rod Stewart, Sylvester Stallone,Dom Deluise, Elizabeth Taylor, Jack Nicholson,Tom Cruise, the late former President Ronald Reagan,etc.

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Writing with the Muse: A Guidebook to Conscious Creativity (Intuition University)
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Outside The Box Writing Guidance, April 21, 2017

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This kindlebook of Writing with the Muse: A Guidebook to Conscious Creativity (Intuition University) by Sara Wiseman accidently came to me by lucky chance. I had seen the kindlebook for Demons of Confusion: Rituals To Hide the Truth, Create Confusion, and Conceal Your Actions by Corwin Hargrove. Even with my intuitive and logical awareness that it helps to integrate both knowledge from spiritual white light and darkness to strengthen my spiritual core, I did not yet feel ready to purchase that book. However, as my soul/spirit craves truth from non-biased  and non-judgmental sources, I fortunately came across this kindlebook of Writing With the Muse by Sara Wiseman as a way to help me gain clarity on my creativity as it pertains to my writing goals. Some of the one of a kind tidbits in this kindlebook; the three trances that she writes are the flow states for creative writing,ideally working by hand to keep a journal in relation to ideas for whatever medium of artistic creation that a person is undertaking as she also addresses artists and musicians, asking yourself if you are willing to press forward in your writing passion regardless of publishing outcome (an easy question for me to answer as I do feel called to writing regardless of the outcome even though I understand it may sound arrogant to others, yet I understand that others may only want to write with regards to a guarantee of profitable andor lucrative outcomes). I admit that I liked that Wiseman encouraged a person to give themselves permission to press on with a project deadline date in relation to one of the ideas in her container suggestion. This encouraging guidance was important for me to come across as I work to improve my writing for creative writing therapy as well while also simultaneously working on my employment goals. Wiseman also gives ideas for having containers open for smaller projects such as articles from magazines, doing art for fun, lyrics from songs etc.

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Long Story Short: The Only Storytelling Guide You’ll Ever Need
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Candid and Helpful, April 21, 2017

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This kindlebook of Long Story Short: The Only Storytelling Guide You’ll Ever Need by Margot Leitman captures some of the author’s experiences as it relates to her ideas for storytelling. Leitman also bluntly admits that some people wishing to spice up their writing may want to live a life in a way that is a little riskier without venturing too much in the danger zone. I admit that this advice was a splash of cold water to my face (metaphorically speaking) because I am blessed with an abundance of free time and a loving husband who is supportive of my writing goals. However, I am in the process of learning and implementing in taking risks in various areas of my life in a harm-free manner. Reitman also bluntly shares that some of the best writing comes from writers who have successfully found a way to put imperfections in their writings with just the right amount of happy scenarios/endings. Reitman politely gives examples of working with very religious people who wanted to create stories with very few imperfections in them. She tactfully explains that this in on the similar extreme of gifted writers who may want to only focus on the dark sides/challenging outcomes with benefiting from more positive outcome additions to their stories and more tidbits. I admit that I am still in the process of working on that angle due to my intuitive and logical awareness that the outcome to a person’s imperfections/flaws is sometimes indirectly influenced by how much outside the mainstream a writer/author is. In other words, even I know that two authors can expose similar imperfections in their writings, but the harsh truth is that I have picked up on and seen is that sometimes the person who is most celebrated for being true to themselves fits into the mainstream ideal in some way when it comes to their attractiveness, personality,intelligence, the family background that they came from etc. In contrast, I have seen examples of people who exposed their flaws in a harm-free manner and were not met with the same support from others in their circle (family, friends)and/orevenmisunderstood/demonized.

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Aftersight
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A Moving and Spiritual Story, April 21, 2017

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I admit that it is too personal for me to share how I came across this Aftersight kindlebook by Brian Mercer. The Aftersight story shares how one young woman’s life was dramatically changed after a life changing car accident. Her sensitivity to the spiritual/afterlife realms are heightened yet her relationship with her parents is not the same after the incident. Her parents still love her, yet for example her dad admits to her that he would like his old daughter back that existed prior to the car accident.

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The Intern
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I’m Far From the Target Audience For This Film Yet, April 21, 2017

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I admit that I remember being intrigued to eventually watch the Intern film after seeing an article online related to some public relations managers being inspired by the Intern film to hire some older women in real-life as interns (women in their 40’s, 50’s etc.). I admit that this film metaphorically jumped out at me to eventually purchase and watch, which was well worth is for some of the multiple reasons; Anne Hathaway as the character Jules Ostin is shown in an empowering light doing her best to juggle her career and personal life with her husband Matt (Anders Holm) and daughter Paige (Jo Jo Kushner). Ostin is in charge of a successful/thriving business that adds on more people such as Ben Whitaker (Robert Deniro), Davis ( Zack Pearlman), Doris (Celia Weston) etc. Ben becomes popular at the workplace and is seen interacting a lot with Jules Ostin, Jason (Adam Devine), Becky (Christina Scherer) etc. Ben meets and is instantly smitten with the in house massage therapist Fiona (Rene Russo). One of Ben’s lady friends Patty (Linda Lavin) figures this out and expresses her reaction when Ben is shown taking Fiona to a funeral for the first date. Some of the multiple pop culture references in the film which I admit I noticed in the film due to my interest in advertising/marketing trends; JayZ and Beyonce referenced in the film, Stella Artois beer, Sammy Davis, Billy Holiday, Clancy, Harry Potter, Ocean’s film series starring Brad Pitt as Rusty Yates, George Clooney, Matt Damon, Julia Roberts, snippets of a song featured in the film by KC and the Sunshine Band, snippets of a song being played by Busta Rhymes, Teddy’s Bar & Grill, a brief clip of the Singing in the Rain film etc.

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Buying the View Season 1
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Fun To Watch, April 21, 2017

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I admit that this series of Buying The View Season 1 caught my attention because it seemed similar to another show that I find to be fun to watch from the episodes that I have watched (Lottery Dream Home). The first episode opens with a couple being shown different properties in Miami Florida. The second features a couple being shown different properties around Whistler BC (which appears to be in a similar location featured in Timber Creek Lodge Season 1).

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NOW That’s What I Call #1’s [Clean]
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Wide-Ranging and Enjoyable, April 21, 2017

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This music collection of NOW That’s What I Call #1’s is a diverse and amusing selection of songs. One of the strong features of the collection is that the hits are included from different eras of the 2000’s such as; Viva La Vida by Coldplay (2008), Heaven song featured by Bruno Mars (2012), Born This Way by Lady Gaga (2011), Fancy by Iggy Azalea Charli XCX (2014), Lollipop by Lil Wayne (2008), Low by Flo Rida feat. T. Pain (2007), I Gotta Feeling by the Black Eyed Peas (2009), Timber by Pitbull feat. Kesha (2013), Roar by Katy Perry (2013), Happy by Pharrell Williams (2013) etc.

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NOW That’s What I Call 90s Pop
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A Variety of Quality Songs, April 20, 2017

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This music collection of NOW That’s What I Call 90s Pop features a decent selection of tunes from various artists representing the 90’s music genre. I admit that these songs are some tunes that I enjoy a lot from this collection; Genie In A Bottle by Christina Aguilera, The Boy is Mine by Monica & Brandy, Whatta Man by Salt N Pepa feat. Vogue, Step by Step by New Kids On The Block. However, there are multiple songs from different timeframes of the 90’s and music genres that will appeal to many people who listen to various types of music.

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Lust For Life [feat. The Weeknd]
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A One of A Kind Avant-Garde Love Song, April 20, 2017

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I admit that I was first exposed to this unique Lust For Life song by Lana Del Rey feat. the Weeknd less than 18 hours ago (via youtube). The music collaboration is very well coordinated (when it comes to the lyrics of Lana Del Rey and the Weeknd) and the futuristic lounge/electronic music makes it a very novel type of love song. I also like that the Lust For Life song has both a hopeful and happy-go-lucky vibe.

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That’s What I Like
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An Exquisite Dance/R&B type of song, April 20, 2017

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I admit that this entertaining song That’s What I Like by Bruno Mars grew on me after multiple times of listening to it. It is a come hither/romantic type of song yet one of the positive features of the song is that it comes out in a imaginative love story type of tune. That’s What I Like by Bruno Mars is also perfect to listen to if you have liked andor enjoyed his Treasure song-it reminds me in an outstanding way of that song.

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