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on Dec 8, 2008
So where do I order the calendar?
Go to Web Link and click the Calendar link, or just go straight to:
I got a copy of the calender - it is fun, artistic, and everyone who sees it gets a kick out of it. The tips are simple and fun, and definitely make being eco friendly a do-able thing!
I gave these calendars as gifts last holiday season -- they are perfect for any male friends that are hard to shop for, or anyone with a great sense of humor and eco-minded attitude. They also make great gifts for college students!
In the 2009 calendar many of the girl's heads are cut-off in the photos by the photographer and/or developer. For the 2010 calendar perhaps they could use eco-friendly paper bags over the heads of the models. This would negate the decapitated look and still allow the model to keep her anonymity.
I too like the paper bag idea. Some of the women may have their heads obscured for a reason. These women are sometimes referred to as "two-baggers", where the viewer/participant wears a bag over his head, in case the bag over her head breaks.
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