Now that the Fairfax Board of Supervisors has
doubled tripled down on transit-oriented development by approving putting schools in high-rises, it's nice to see that Reston: The Magazine is moving beyond covenant-themed word finds and pool pass information to address the real issues of the day. Flipping through the most recent issue hand-delivered to Restonian World Headquarters by uniformed federal agents, we think we detected a subtle theme, of sorts. Can you spot it?
Still can't quite put our finger on it.
Wait, it's coming to us.
Oh, that! Fortunately, like all good magazines, Reston: The Magazine has some sweeeet centerfold action to get us all titillated:
We think there's some sort of subliminal message hidden behind all these sweeeeet renderings. Can you spot it?
Okay, so maybe this one isn't so subtle.
Actually, we don't disagree that change is inevitable. We hope this magazine is a signal that the Reston Association is committed to engaging and being an active part in shaping the process in a responsible way -- at least to the extent that the county is willing to allow it, or all of us, to be. But couldn't we get a little bit of diversion from all this, fancy glossy magazine?
Our future robotic overlords preparing to enslave us by replacing our spleens with electronic mind-control chips? Works for us, the end.