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This calendar is somehow heavy yet manages to not provide any zone to write things in the date. I give myself a week before I end up replacing it. I do like the pictures but this calendar defeats the purpose of buying a full size calendar.
Would like to see what each month says before I it...shame you can’t see any photos.Update: Bought the calendar. I’ll upload a picture of the back so others can see what every months picture is.
I've been a fan of her classic retro images with snarky captions for MANY years. I this calendar annually, plus an additional one for a younger mate who is fresh to Anne's signature sense of humor. Mine hangs in my bathroom makeup zone so I have fun it daily. I also have magnets all over my fridge as well as post-it notes which may/may not be appreciated by my co-workers. (I work in a law firm so a sense of humor is a MUST.)You can't go wrong purchasing any of Anne Taintor's products. She's the best thing going! Laugh...it's amazing for you!!
too poor there are no pictures before you buy. very disappointed in this calendar. pictures are funny and very nice. someone posted them before i bought the calendar. however the calendar part of it is useless to say the least. blocks are tiny, no really room to write anything. dates are so small, unless you standing next to it you cannot create dates out. i use calendar on the fridge, and cannot create out dates from across the room. amazing for pictures, useless as a calendar.
I hang this calendar beside our breakfast table every year. My sons are 12 and 20, and they obtain a amazing laugh at each fresh page, although I do occasionally need to explain the sarcastic premise of some pages to the younger one. There's enough zone to write 2-3 short entries in each day's square.
This is my 8th year of Anne Taintor calendars...I hopefully will never be without these calendars kn my office wall! They have never disappointed, love the monthly mantras...of fierce ladies!
I one of these every year... for myself, and several friends!!! lol. I don't think I can live without meday, I'm going to wallpaper one wall of a room with the images of the month(s) - if I can bear to chop them apart!
This is a very cute calendar; however, the day blocks are method too small. And what’s up with all the wasted white space?! It’s a fairly huge calendar so I don’t understand why they didn’t fill the page with the days. This is not very functional for me to write appts, etc in. I definitely won’t be buying this calendar again next year for that reason.
not really of much value- it's just engineering facts and pics that you can easily pull anywhere on the web by just typing in the year of the vette.. I was hoping to have some insight/opinions, etc... of the various create and models- oh well.. it'll create a amazing coffee table book
I found this book to be informative and well documented. I have owned 9 Corvettes, the first in 1967, and I thought I had a beautiful amazing knowledge base on the car. Wrong! I learned a amazing and the photography is superb. Anyone with an interest in America's Sportscar will have fun this volume.
When I was looking for a amazing overall book about Corvettes I immediately went to Amazon. I always search the best "deal", as I bought a used one, and the shipping is always very quick. The book itself was great. 'Just what I was looking for. I got a thumb-nail sketch of all of the various years and models of Vettes in a short, simple to read, simple to find, book. I am very satisfied with my purchase.
The authors created a number of serious mistakes regarding the C5 which calls into question some of the technical integrity of the book as I wonder how in depth of a job was done for the other Corvette generations? Most of of this bungling seems to center around what may be a bias towards the C6 that lead them to give it nearly twice the coverage (for the same number of years) and bestow a number of accolades on the C6 that actually belonged to the C5. Their lack of analysis seems to have further blinded them to the reality that the C6 actually uses a amazing number of the same parts from the C5, and thus they incorrectly wrote that the C6 was the first all fresh Corvette. That distinction actually belonged to the C5. It seems that they became confused and bought into Chevy's scheme, which Vehicle & Driver amongst others called them on, where Chevy simply changed all of the part numbers from the C5 even though a amazing amount of the parts were actually the same. The authors actually wrote that the C6 was all new. Shame on them and too poor for the a lot of people that may not know this info and were depending on the author(s) to provide accurate intelligence concerning these matters. Tip to the author(s): We use a number of the exact same components interchangeably between our C5, C6, and C7'W:-They also did not know that the C5 was 99.99% totally fresh from all preceding Corvettes.-They also did not highlight that it was the C5 that introduced the following technologies into the Corvette platform which the C6 & C7 use:*Hydroformed side rails*Rear mounted transaxle for near 50/50 weight distribution (51/49 to be more accurate after rounding)*An ACTUAL upper rear suspension arm*All Fresh LS1 V8 (which all of the other LS & LT series engines in the C6 & C7 are derived)*Dual fuel tanks located behind the seats to greatly increase cargo capacity*Decreased weight from the previous C4*Fly by wire throttle control*Active Handling Stability Control*HUD (heads up display)*Significantly increased foot well zone & Decreased side frame sill height...etc, etc, etc.-They incorrectly labeled the C5 has having the same 5 link suspension as all prior Corvette's from 63' through 95'.-Due to their erroneous miss-information about the C5 they failed to highlight the C5 with a 3D cutaway drawing to highlight the immense technical innovations that this marque brought to the Corvette platform. Instead, they erroneously reserved that distinction for the C6.-They were VERY BIASED and spent nearly double the amount of coverage on the C6 than they did on the C5.I love ALL Corvette's and expected to see in depth coverage on ALL models. They were doing a amazing job of this until the got to the C5 which I have done quite a bit of research on (also the C6). Their ERRONEOUS writing about the C5 really makes me question the coverage of the C1-C3 models that they THIS BOOK WITH A QUESTIONING EYE !!!!!
I found this book to be very well written with appropriate accompanying pictures that briefly told the story of the progression of corvettes from 1953 to present. Describing each year's edition of the corvette along with changes and differences was informative, especially for someone like me who is interested in detail and also not well informed about or experienced with corvettes, yet.
Pictures were od not good quality like they had been copied and enlarged from a book or post card. Seemed like a home project. Not a "normal" calendar where you had a square for each day to write appts. That part I must have overlooked on description. But the pictures being so blurry and poorly done could not be known.
Crystal clear printing, the painting makes up 80% of the sheet without a fold in the middle. Arrived in excellent condition. Amazing for Berkey e days grid is very small, which is the best method to display the art but if you need to write scheduling notes you won't be able to squeeze much writing in.
It's a cute, mostly auto-themed pin-up calendar, with a sturdy wire bit to hang it from. The actual calendar part is extremely little so it's not useful for keeping track of happenings or obligations, but it's nice art for people who like pin-ups (me) and working on classic vehicles (my partner). Smaller than a normal calendar, but not little like a desktop calendar.