In 2014, over 250 digital tech companies received funding and over 80 companies were sold.Los Angeles’ most well known startup is Snapchat, and hours before 2014 ended the disappearing messaging and social media app company reminded the world why.Farrah, ironically will star alongside Human Ken Doll Justin Jedlica, and several other wealthy singles, who will all begin their quest for love by attending an intensive “love lessons” retreat. Since Farrah is a human blow-up doll, maybe she and the Human Ken Doll can put plastic-to-plastic together and fall in love. In the preview Farrah, who is dating-not-dating Simon Saran, cries to Patti that it’s impossible for her to find love and she has no idea why…RELATED – BRANDI GLANVILLE GIVES FARRAH LIFE ADVICE!
The infamous Teen Mom OG star (whose fame skyrocketed with the release of her sex tape, Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom) enlisted the help of third-generation matchmaker Patti Stanger for help finding a man. Flash-forward a few years, and grown-up Farrah starred in a "sex tape" with porn star James Deen — which naturally led to a line of vaginal molds based on her own lady parts. Patti Real-Talks Farrah Apparently, Patti wasn't thrilled by Farrah's participation in the sex industry because she mused, "How does a man see you, if he sees all that? Which turns out might be true because Farrah actually started crying during this conversation.Let’s hope Patti has better luck than Farrah’s previous television relationship counselor Dr. Farrah, the never ending train of delusion, tried her luck at mending her broken heart by appearing on Couples Therapy. Because because she didn’t actually have a boyfriend. OK, well, Farrah actually didn’t have a boyfriend, so maybe that analogy doesn’t work, but you get the point!Sort of like she didn’t have a career as a stripper. I’m so thankful to David for all of the enrichment he brought into my life and showing me that I can happily live with a man,' she said in a statement in June. Los Angeles digital tech companies had another record-breaking year in 2014, raising a total of .04 billion in investments and exiting for more than .9 billion.