I've had a lot of success with points cards, paying for a lot of trips for myself and an upcoming Thanksgiving trip for me and my parents. I think what's necessary is to really gauge your own spending ability before getting a card (especially for initial rewards). There is also a thing called MANUFACTURED SPEND, which is a big deal in like, the Flyertalk community, in that you rack up a lot of "purchase" on your card, but monetize that purchase.. it could be something to look into if you wanted to keep the points going.
@Allegra Ringo@facebook In the meantime, you should try Suck It in Studio City!
Solidarity with Logan - Precariat!
The one that recently opened in Hollywood has a sushi bar and a fresh juice bar, on top of everything mentioned in this article (except maybe not that women's beauty nook). NOT IMPRESSED
This is my kind of thread. LA people!: Pulp on La Brea and Lundeens in Culver City are very nice. I'm in love with Rifle Paper Co. stationery. I'm looking at a Ciak planner for the future. Paper so nice.
I don't have Hulu Plus because i can't stand the idea of there being commercials for something I pay for, especially movies and British shows. I couldn't abide watching Wild Strawberries or something and having it interrupted by a 5 Hour Energy ad.
Once, while browsing Opening Ceremony's fashionably sparse racks in LA, I heard a salesperson say to another, "Do you think the sizes we put out are too aspirational"? Many chuckles were had by my friend and me.
@probs Is Olive Garden a band? Or just a restaurant?
It's incredibly unfair to make sweeping generalizations about not only the NHS, but socialized medicine in general, (both of which have helped millions of people), based on your anecdotal evidence of its use as a foreigner.
As someone who is also familiar with the Orange County market, there's a huge difference in price between North and South Orange County in terms of housing price. With those variables, it's likely that they were looking in north OC, maybe in the Orange/Tustin or Fountain Valley/Garden Grove areas. A quick look on Redfin shows a decent amount of houses that fall in the ~up to $600,000 range with 4 bedrooms.