Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Virtual Reality to Allow Boston Poor to Experience New Tapas Place on Beacon Street.....

Brookline, MA- Thanks to a revolutionary advance in virtual reality technology, the poor people of Boston, and eventually the world, will be able to experience that new Tapas place on Beacon street.

Boston native Mark Wahlberg, shown here leaning forward with elbows on knees and clasped hands hiding an erection from the photographer

"Not a day goes by that I don't worry about those less fortunate than myself," Brookline resident Tate Uppington explained. "To go through life having never experienced the many natural and man-made wonders of the world, like Iceland's Golden Falls or the view from the top of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, is bad enough. But that new tapas place on Beacon is a just transcendent."

Starting later this month, single use virtual reality headsets will be issued to Boston residents earning less than the federal poverty level in the alley behind Dunkin' Donuts. The devices, developed at MIT and funded by a grant from the Brookline Rotary Club, will transport the less fortunate into the Burro Bar on a busy Friday night. According to Uppington, they will have the opportunity to marvel at the sights and sounds of the establishment, which is known for a variety of creatively stuffed tacos and a large selection of tequilas, all while enjoying narration provided by actor, and Dorchester native, Mark Wahlberg.

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