[Healeys] Mistakes on Calendars
michael.oritt at gmail.com
Wed Dec 26 13:34:05 MST 2012
Mistakes can be tolerated in calendars and carpets but not easily in
airplanes which perhaps explains why we so easily rolled over the Iraqis in
On Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 3:29 PM, Bob Spidell <bspidell at comcast.net> wrote:
> NOW I get it ... we have mistakes in the calendar to show
> hand-craftsmanship, humility and that only DMH was perfect.
> The calendar is excellent, idiosyncrasies and all, and elicits many
> favorable comments as it resides on my cubicle wall. The AOPA calendar
> next to it is artful as well, but--as much as I like airplanes--it doesn't
> have the panache of the Healey calendar.
> Bob Spidell - San Jose, CA
> How very spiritual! Some years ago I was buying a large oriental rug and
> in examining it I noticed a flaw in the weaving. When I brought this to
> the attention of the seller he explained that such an error was no doubt
> done intentionally by the weaver to show humility and to demonstrate that
> only the Allah is perfect.
> Best to all for the holidays--Michael Oritt
> On Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 2:50 PM, <editorgary at aol.com> wrote:
> > From my own experience producing the AHCUSA calendar, I always put in at
> > least one harmless mistake to prove that the calendar was being made
> > entirely
> > by hand, rather than simply relying on one of the increasing numbers of
> > calendar software programs available.
> > I am pleased to see that the pictures continue to be absolutely
> > and
> > totally capable of holding their own in an interior (on the refrigerator,
> > for
> > example) for 28-31 days. Great Job to Jeff Eakin.
> > G.
> > Gary Anderson
> > Editor-at-large
> > Austin-Healey Magazine
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