Rise in Ficitional Cities Proof of Real Estate Bubble

by Johnny Debacle

First there was Urville, fictionally located in France. Now there is the City of Galvez. The year to date year over year (YTD YOY) increase in fictional cities is infinite, a frightening fictious growth rate. This is a sure sign of the mania that has taken a grip on the real estate market as individuals are being forced to live in figments of their own imagination rather than figments of Bay Area, California.

Note the famous floating cupolas of Galvez in the right side of the picture.

Recommendation: Rent don’t own!

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  1. Snarky
    May 5th, 2006 | 9:50 pm

    How could I *not* notice them. Nice work, Caption.