Of course, I thought, "THAT would be a fantastic desk calendar!" and immediately sent a text to the Big Guy as he's looking for additional Christmas gift ideas for me.
When I clicked the photo to go out to the website selling the calendar I couldn't believe my eyes.
A few thoughts.
1. I'm in the wrong business if you're able to get people to pay $149.95
2. I'm guessing it was a simple typo.
3. If it is a typo, this is a good lesson on the importance of the decimal point
4. If this isn't a typo, see point #1.
But then curiosity got the better of me. Not only did I e-mail Barnes & Noble to ask, "Is this for real?" but I did more searches online for the calendar.
Would you buy a USED calendar?
But more web searches led me to this gem:
It all makes sense now!
SUPPLY AND DEMAND.
It's a calendar.
Would you pay $50, $60 or $150 for a calendar?
I didn't think so.