Needless to say, when we saw this headline
we started stabbing at the clicky button on our fancy computer mouse like a Pavlovian rat. Lots in Reston for $10? What with the Metro coming, just wait a few years and we could flip that sucker for a cool, we dunno, $17.50! Or maybe a developer with a Snidley Whiplash mustache and stovepipe hat will mysteriously arrive on our doorstep one day and offer us $20 for it so he can build a very skinny mauvescraper.
Unfortunately, it turns out the lots are in a subdivision in that other doppelganger Reston in Canada, where they're trying to "pump up the population." (We wonder why.) But "eight or nine lots" are "available at the cost of ten dollars," although that's Canadian money, so it's actually more like $10.21 in a currency backed by
V. v. v. exciting update! A CTV teevee report takes us to our Manitoba doppelganger for the first time! Unfortunately, you'll have to follow this link, as Canadian scientists have yet to discover the fancy concept of "video embeds." (On the bright side, it appears that through their active technological espionage program, they now have color teevee, the end.)