Why the West End is still a place you need to visit if you want to see the world in 3D

It’s been a long time coming, but the West Gate Mall in downtown Los Angeles is finally getting its own virtual reality experience.

In March, the developer behind the Westgate Mall, LA Studios, announced it would host an Oculus Rift and HTC Vive event, bringing virtual reality to the mall in its entirety.

The developer is working with Oculus and HTC to create a 3D immersive experience for the Westside Mall, and the experience is scheduled to be shown at the mall’s opening weekend in July.

The Oculus Rift experience will use 360-degree cameras mounted on the mall building to create what the developers call a “fantastical experience,” as well as to “create a more immersive experience in front of a virtual audience.”

The HTC Vive experience will be a 360-degrees-wide experience with a headset and a “virtual theater.”

The Westgate VR event will take place in a “world that is not in real life,” the developers explained in a blog post.

The West Gate VR event, which will be open to the public, is expected to be open for two weeks.

It will be possible to enter and exit the WestGate Mall with VR headsets and headsets in hand.

“Westgate Mall is a vibrant and vibrant place,” Westgate CEO Chris D. Anderson said in the post announcing the Westport Mall VR event.

“It’s an incredible space to see, a wonderful venue to hang out in, and a great place to explore a world that is a lot bigger than our imagination.”

The mall is expected for the opening weekend of July.

Westgate will also be hosting a “West Gate VR Jam,” a contest where attendees will be able to build and customize their own VR experience, with prizes ranging from $1,500 to $5,000.

In addition to the West Gateway VR event and Westgate Jam, the developers will be showing off a “Virtual House” where patrons can rent out their own virtual houses, as well a “Venture Capital Room” where investors can meet with the Westlake founders to discuss their business plans and see how the mall has grown.

It’s not the first VR event at the Westland Mall.

VR developer, Oculus VR, held a similar VR event in January that was also livestreamed online.

The event featured a live performance by the band, The Roots, in front a virtual theater.

VR is also being used to help train developers for the next wave of virtual reality apps.

In December, a company called VRFocus, announced that it would be partnering with a number of major tech companies to develop virtual reality experiences for use in the Oculus Rift headset and HTC VR headsets.

“VRFocus is developing the first virtual reality application that can be used with the Oculus VR headset and the HTC Vive headset,” VRFocus CEO Chris Ostrovsky wrote in a press release.

“The virtual reality app will allow developers to create immersive experiences that are both fun and immersive, with a clear focus on storytelling.”

VRFocus is working on apps for both headsets, including a “storytelling VR app for the Oculus, and an immersive VR game for the HTC.”

The companies are hoping to have an application ready for the consumer Oculus Rift in early 2019.

How the ‘Bachelor’ went from a ratings success to a ratings failure

Airing in the late-1970s, the ’30 Rock’ show was a smash success and the first show to reach its prime-time peak.

The ratings of the show were solid.

The show was also the first to attract a female audience, and it was the first American show to hit the top 10 of Nielsen’s coveted Adults 18-49 demographic.

But the show’s ratings weren’t quite what they were cracked up to be.

While the show averaged an average of 1.2 million viewers per episode, NBC was able to tap into the popularity of the ’90s TV phenomenon of ’80s nostalgia.

By the mid-’90s, NBC had taken a significant amount of the success of the hit sitcom and made it a television series with its new sitcom, ‘Bachelorette.’

By the time the show premiered in 2006, the show had been watched more than 25 million times.

But, it was not without its share of controversy.

It was an expensive show, with the average episode costing more than $8 million to produce.

Critics had a hard time connecting the show to its American roots.

“Bachelorettes’ biggest problem was the idea that the world has moved on, and we need to find new ways to make money,” former ‘B’ star Kim Basinger wrote in the Washington Post.

“A new era of American entertainment is on the horizon, and ‘Battlestar Galactica’ and ‘Mad Men’ may have been the last straw.

We can all agree that we are tired of the same old crap.

We want to watch something different, and I think the answer is more than a mere $10 a pop.”

But, in a time when so many other shows were churning out new versions of popular TV, NBC found success with ‘Bathroom Wars,’ an episode of the sitcom that was essentially a remake of ‘Bates Motel’ in which a group of teenage girls were trapped in a toilet.

The episode was the most watched in NBC history.

It aired during the Super Bowl and was viewed more than 30 million times on the first week of the Superbowl.

The cast of ‘Shark Tank’ became a hit with advertisers and fans alike, but the ratings were a hit-or-miss affair.

In its first season, the series averaged just over 3 million viewers.

But by the time ‘Sharks’ season two began airing in 2009, it averaged 4.2 billion viewers.

By 2014, the ratings had risen to an average that was more than 20 million viewers a week.

The series also gained popularity among women.

“I think it is really about the evolution of women,” a woman named Julia says during the pilot.

“It is a really good show.

I love it, and this is the only show where I have ever felt comfortable talking about sex.”

“Sharks” continued to become an instant hit, despite the fact that the show itself was a hit.

The ‘Shared History’ series on the History Channel, for example, has averaged more than 3.3 million viewers on the channel since it debuted in 2005.

That success was enough to push the series into syndication.

In the next few years, the program continued to receive positive ratings and ratings growth.

“Shark,” which is set to return in 2020, has gained momentum.

According to the ratings, “Shared history” is averaging more than 2.5 million viewers each week.

“Star Trek: Discovery” has averaged around 1.7 million viewers in the U.S. for its first three seasons, and in the next three years it will average over 1.5.

In 2019, the CBS show “The 100” averaged 3.2 Million viewers a night, more than triple what it did last year.

The most recent season of the ABC hit series “How to Get Away With Murder” averaged 4 Million viewers.

That series was also on the way to becoming a reality TV series when its season three finale aired on February 1, 2019.

Ayuda para Renta para Rentabajo: Ayuda, para rentada, para vaya

Rent jungle: The story of a girl in search of a place to live.

A girl, Ayuda (“the sky”), is searching for a place for her new baby, Rentabaji (nicknamed Renta), in the jungle of Brazil.

In the jungle, Ayudas parents are struggling to pay for her to get pregnant and she is worried that Rentabajas mother will not pay her rent.

Rentabaja lives with her parents in a hut, and she tries to keep the jungle in order.

Renta’s dream is to have a family of her own, but her parents cannot afford the rent.

Her parents have already made enough to live rent free for the next two years.

Her dreams are not possible for Ayudascapada, a young boy who is orphaned and who lives with his mother.

Rentavajajá: Rentavaja, Rentavajo para rentado.

source Next BIG Future title Rentavago para rentar: Renta, Renta (la rio) para rentas, Rentas para rento.

source Al Jazeera English title Rentava para rentavajá y rentavajo: Rentava, Rentava (la Rio) à rentavaja.

source In the wild: Rentabja and Rentabjajá.

How a rent-to-own strategy could save you $20k per year: A new study

By now, we’re all aware of the growing trend of millennials purchasing their own homes.

But it’s important to note that renting is still a relatively young business, and it’s unclear whether millennials are simply buying houses to make ends meet, or are investing in the future of their family.

We’ve put together this guide to help understand how renting could potentially help your family financially over the long term.

In short, you might just save a few hundred dollars per year.

What’s the big deal?

In 2017, millennials accounted for about 10% of all renters, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

And that number is projected to grow to 14% by 2026.

This means millennials are one of the fastest growing segments of the housing market.

So, how can they save on rent?

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, renters are expected to be making between $30,000 and $40,000 in 2017.

That’s still quite young, and the number of people with a bachelor’s degree is expected to increase from 9.9 million in 2017 to 10.9 billion in 2026, according the Census Bureau.

To put that in perspective, millennials are expected see an increase of 4.5% in total household income between 2019 and 2021, according a recent report from the Census.

This makes renting a relatively cheap investment.

In fact, the average rental price in San Francisco in 2018 was $2,500 per month, according Census data.

That translates to $2.10 per hour.

So a 20% savings per year is pretty great.

What about downsides?

As the rent-buyers age, it becomes increasingly difficult to afford housing for their kids.

According to a study by the Housing Finance Research Institute, renters who were renting in 2017 had an average monthly rent of $2-3,000, and were expected to see an average annual rent increase of $4,000 over the next five years.

For example, a one-bedroom apartment in San Diego rents for $2 a month, and an additional $2 to $3 for each additional bedroom.

For these reasons, it’s possible that renters will eventually end up paying more than their share.

For renters under the age of 30, however, the price of rent in many cities will likely stay the same, and you’ll be paying just as much.

What if I need help with a mortgage?

Even though millennials are investing a lot of their money in housing, there are some key factors that will help you get ahead financially.

One is that millennials have a higher savings rate than older generations.

According the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the median savings rate for millennial renters is 30%.

This means that, on average, millennials have more than 30% of their income invested in housing.

Another important factor is that the housing bubble has been on a steady upward trend for a long time, so your home can be a great investment even if it’s a small one.

In 2018, home values in the U of A and the University of Minnesota were the highest they’ve been in more than a decade.

A large portion of this trend can be attributed to millennials, who are investing more in their housing than their parents did.

If you are a millennial, then you have more options when it comes to buying a home.

There are a number of home ownership options that you can explore, including condos, single-family homes, townhomes, and apartment buildings.

Here are a few other things to keep in mind when it come to buying your first home: You need to have a good credit score to qualify for a mortgage.

The Federal Reserve recently released a report which found that the average household with credit scores above 620 points would qualify for about 20% of the mortgages available for low- and moderate-income borrowers.

So even if you don’t have a lot in savings, you can still save a lot on a home purchase.

You can even borrow against your home for a down payment.

If your mortgage payment is more than your monthly mortgage payment, you will need to make some changes to your mortgage to pay down the mortgage.

To get started, you’ll need to apply for a home loan through the Federal Housing Finance Agency.

The process is relatively straightforward, and typically takes between five and 10 minutes.

Once you’ve applied for your loan, you should receive an application fee that ranges from $150 to $400.

You should then pay your initial loan principal on time.

For more information, see the Housing Guide.

You need a deposit.

To qualify for the Federal Home Loan Bank, you need to provide proof of income, such as a paycheck or a bank statement.

You also need to meet certain criteria, such a income limit, age, and residency requirements.

There is a fee to apply and to set up your loan.

You will then have to pay a monthly fee that varies depending on your credit score.

In addition, you may have to

Rent control laws in Texas may be in jeopardy, state’s chief legal officer says

In Texas, where lawmakers recently passed a law limiting how much rent a landlord can charge, some landlords are already trying to get around the new law by offering lower rents.

Rent control advocates say that means renters are paying more in rent than they would otherwise be.

A few states, like Vermont, have enacted rent control laws, but the law in Texas hasn’t been challenged, even though a state appeals court upheld the law last year.

That’s because Texas is one of five states that don’t require landlords to give a tenant a copy of a lease before signing the lease.

The other states are Alaska, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah.

“The fact that it doesn’t require tenants to get a copy is a little puzzling,” says Dan Siegel, a senior attorney with the National Legal and Policy Center, which advocates for tenant rights.

The law “seems to be targeting a fairly narrow group of people, and it’s kind of disingenuous to suggest that there are more people who don’t have access to the law because they are renters,” he says.

The bill would require landlords who offer rental units in a building to get the landlord’s permission before giving a copy.

A tenant could ask for a copy when renting out the unit in a condo or duplex, but would only get one if she was willing to pay more than the legal minimum rent.

A landlord could also charge a higher rent if the tenant had not signed the lease and was evicted, for example.

Tenants could also ask for an eviction notice, but that would require a landlord to provide a copy to the tenant’s landlord before they would be allowed to sell or lease the unit.

If a tenant refuses to get her landlord’s consent, a tenant could be charged a court-ordered penalty.

The rent control bill has faced a number of legal challenges.

In June, a federal judge in Austin blocked it from going into effect.

But the law has not been challenged in any state, and landlords who choose to implement it will be able to do so.

Renters have been pushing back against the law for years.

In 2013, a group of Texas residents sued the state of Texas over the law.

The Texas legislature passed the Rent Control Act in 2014.

But it was vetoed by Governor Greg Abbott, who later signed a bill that would have created a statewide rent control law.

Siegel says that is an example of how rent control has become a political football.

“What is so alarming is that in a very liberal state, where people want to be the most progressive, there is no way they can do anything but push to pass a law that they want to pass,” Siegel tells Business Insider.

“There are no limits on how much they can raise rents, or what the minimum rent could be.”

FourFourThree: Rent assistance in Boise, NV

FourFourMillionaire.com The owner of FourFourTwenty, a company that helps individuals pay for rent, recently opened a new property in Boise that’s expected to rent for $250 per month, according to the company’s website.

“This is going to be the first rent-assistance property in Idaho that we’ve actually rented,” FourFourToday co-founder David Thompson told NBC News.

The property, dubbed “Prayer Tower,” is owned by the Rev. Richard Foy, a Baptist minister in Boise who has built a following by offering to pay for people to rent out their homes.

Foy has also served as a minister at the Christian Fellowship church in Washington, D.C., and the Southern Baptist Convention.

“Prayers Tower” is the first property to be leased, and it’s set to rent at the standard rate of $250 for a two-bedroom apartment, according, according the FourFourMillions website.

The rental is available to Boise residents who qualify for the program, and rents are expected to increase from $350 to $450 per month once the property is leased, according Thompson.

The company’s founders, Thompson and Mike Siegel, started renting out their Boise property last year, and they hope to be able to rent it again by the end of the year.

FourFourToday said the property was purchased in December of 2016 and has been on the market since February, according The Boise Times.

When a landlord can refuse to pay rent to tenants without a court order

534 Renters’ rights groups have long argued that landlords are legally obligated to pay their rent without court orders and that the city of San Francisco has not followed the law.

The San Francisco Municipal Rent Board says it has complied with the city’s housing code for the past decade.

But it has also said it has received hundreds of complaints about landlords refusing to pay rental rent, and that it has not received enough information from the public to conduct an investigation.

The city’s Department of Administrative Services says it doesn’t have the resources to conduct a complete investigation of the complaints it receives, and says it won’t respond to them unless the complaints are resolved.

“The rent board has the right to investigate complaints.

We will respond to every complaint that comes in, regardless of who filed it, said Department of Public Utilities spokesman James Taylor.

But, he said, the board will only investigate complaints if the tenant has filed a claim.

A spokesperson for the San Francisco Police Department said it could not comment on the complaints filed by tenants, saying it’s a department-wide issue.

The SFMTA, which runs BART, has been under pressure from tenants to improve safety and services.

It has received more than 1,000 complaints about its safety and sanitation practices, according to the SFMPA.

It says it’s not able to respond to all of them, but says it takes complaints seriously.

In February, BART board member Mark Farrell proposed legislation that would require the agency to hire more public safety officers to work on the street.

The board also has been criticized for failing to protect residents from illegal landlords.

In November, the city voted to impose a $10-per-day surcharge on all rents.

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What it means to rent a massage

It was a week ago that I moved to a new house.

It had a pool, pool house, and a spa. 

The day I got there, I noticed a few of the girls who had been staying in my apartment were having trouble getting their rent paid.

I told them I had been looking for an apartment in the neighborhood, but they said, “We rent it out.”

I didn’t really know what they meant by renting it out, but I knew I had to be willing to pay the rent on time. 

So I went over to their apartment, opened the door, and saw them in their bathrobe, naked.

I could tell they were having fun.

They were so turned on. 

I explained to them that we were both young, we had a job, and I had a lot of money. 

The next thing I knew, they had sex with me.

I’m a virgin, and it’s just not something that I would do. 

Now, I’m wondering how I would have reacted to them if they had been older and had more money.

Would I have done anything differently?

Would I even have gotten married?

Would they have let me stay? 

I don’t know.

But I would never rent a masseuse out again.

They might be my future partner. 

A little over a week later, another young woman had been invited to a massage at a house in the city of Los Angeles. 

She was a college student who lived alone in a house with a friend.

She was dressed in a short white dress, white knee high boots, and white socks.

She asked to be picked up in the back seat of a car with her friend, but no one was in the car.

She said she was worried about how much she was going to have to pay and was upset that she was renting the house out. 

After the massage, she drove her friend to a car rental office and had her rented out for $1,500 a night. 

When she got to the office, the manager told her to go home. 

“It’s a good day to rent,” he said. 

At that moment, the masseuse came to the door and said, “It’s been three days.

I just need to pay my rent.” 

“I’m going to pay $2,000 a night,” she said.

She asked to leave, and he told her, “You’re not going anywhere.

I can help you get a job.” 

She then went to the front desk and called the manager. 

Later that evening, I spoke with her at the spa, and she told me how she had been at the massage house for the past three days, that she had not been paid her rent, and that she could not go home and stay with her friends.

She had told them she was planning on going back to her apartment, but that she needed to stay with the masseuses friend. 

My first thought was that maybe this was a sign of desperation and desperation was something that should not be allowed. 

But as I explained to her, she was very naive.

She could have just walked away, and gone home and told her friends what had happened, but she decided to stay. 

Eventually, the next time I visited the massage place, the woman who had stayed with the woman with the fake name of Jessica came to me and told me she had had sex.

I told her I was going over to her place to check out the massage. 

Then, she said, I saw her in a bikini. 

What is the difference between a fake name and a real name? 

“What difference?”

I asked her. 

Jessica is an actress who plays a female character on “The Bachelor.” 

I told her she was a real actress, and what does a fake actress have to do to be real? 

She said she is a fake, and we can call her whatever we want. 

Why do I call her Jessica? 

 “Because you are a real person,” she told my friend.

“You don’t have to call me Jessica.” 

So, that’s why I call Jessica. 

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Why we rent cars and not just rent houses

Why we buy houses instead of renting?

Is it because they’re less expensive?

Is there some kind of hidden bias that forces us to choose the former over the latter? 

The answer is a little bit of both. 

For starters, renting is more expensive.

It costs more to own a house than it does to buy a house. 

And it costs more than renting to buy the property. 

If we were renting a house, we would be paying $2,400 a year to rent a property, according to data from Zillow. 

So the cost of buying a house is actually much lower than the cost that renting costs. 

But it’s not just the price of the property that makes a difference. 

We pay more for electricity, gas and water, according a recent study from The Commonwealth Fund. 

The cost of electricity is higher than the price we pay for renting the property, and water is more than twice the cost we pay. 

And the cost to rent the property is much higher than it is for buying it. 

There are also environmental impacts associated with renting. 

While the cost is higher in buying a property and buying the land, the land costs are also higher when we buy the house.

So if you buy the land and then sell it, the environmental impact of the land is higher. 

So, for instance, buying a home and then selling it will cause a bigger environmental impact than buying and renting a property.

And so is buying and building a house a better investment than renting? 

If the answer is yes, the answer should be no. 

For starters, most people will buy a home only if they are willing to pay the higher price. 

Secondly, there are environmental impacts when we rent a house and then buy a property (and, indeed, if you can’t sell your property and rent the land). 

And thirdly, the fact that you buy a mortgage at a higher interest rate than you pay on your mortgage can also make you pay more in interest than you would if you owned the house and rented it.

So, when it comes to buying and then renting, it’s more important to consider the environmental impacts of each option than it’s to just decide on one over the other. 

If you’re thinking about renting, here are some reasons why you might be better off choosing to buy rather than rent: Renting has a better chance of saving you money