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The 2015 Hooniverse Calendar Can Be Yours NOW!

Ray Lindenburg December 1, 2014 All Things Hoon, Featured, For Sale 19 Comments

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That’s right, it’s Cyber Monday, and you all know what that means – whatever money left over from Black Friday can now be spent on such frippery as the 2015 Hooniverse Calendar!

Of course, having a calendar is far from frippery – it’s more a basic necessity of life – but I really wanted to work that word into a sentence or two today.

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In any case, as mentioned before, this year’s calendar is a little different than past years.  Instead of listing the days of the week in English, Finnish and Polish, there’s a metal spiral binding that allows the calendar to lay flat.  Rather than a pretty pavement background, there’s a hole already punched for your hanging convenience.

What hasn’t changed is the quality of the photography – see for yourself, but we are quite proud of this year’s selections.

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We’d love to hear your feedback on the changes – let us know which design you prefer and we’ll incorporate those comments into future publications.

Like Chicago politics,  order early and order often – the proceeds go to this very website and keeping it up and running.

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  • GregKachadurian

    This is awesome. Great job Ray and to our photographers! Thanks for adding the binding but personally wouldn't mind seeing the asphalt background again in the future.

  • Eric Rood

    Thanks for putting this together, Ray!

  • nanoop

    Anyone who figured out shipping to Europe? I hate it if I have to create an account with finger print and tissue sample just to find out if it's 10 (yay!) or 40 (nay) bucks.

    • Irishzombieman☆

      Not sure the calendar would work in Europe, being non-metric and all.

      /wink

      • Vairship

        Plus the text runs left to right, so it won't work in the UK or Ireland, where they write right to left.

      • nanoop

        I got an imperial clock for Christmas two years ago, so I can do the conversion. All I need is a Yorkshire Shingle of electrical energy, but there are specialist services that convert our mignon batteries to AA.

    • Sjalabais

      Shipping adds $7.46 to the bill*.

      *A federal agent will replace you in your marital bed for 6-8 weeks. You have to carry a stars and stripes flag at all times. Hide your lust after Soviet automobiles well. Add a drop of black oil and a pint of sweat to your morning müsli, flavour with a handful of gunpowder. Don't look over your shoulder at any times.

      • nanoop

        No tissue sample, that's good to hear!
        (Is the price real or one for the joke?)

        • skitter

          Not sure, but you can check out without making an account, and supposedly they also print in the UK. Perhaps they ship to Europe from there.

        • Sjalabais

          Price is, actually, real. Just try it! It's the cheapest shipping method among four alternatives.

          If they try to charge you 7.47 for shipping though, I'd consider it a rip-off. =8^)

          • nanoop

            Done, thanks for going first… Typical nanoopian X-files database angst, sorry for being such a coward.

            • Sjalabais

              Hehe, no problem.

  • Nice work, Ray. You've once again proved your worth. Now if I could just prove mine…

  • Not enough Polonez… but nice to see a Lada. 🙂

  • skitter

    Remember to save your 2014 calendars for reviewing alongside the 2025 edition.

  • SecondsSaturdays

    It'll always be November 2014 in the Hanzel household. 😉

    • hatchtopia

      That one was my favorite too.

  • Sjalabais

    Love it! Ordered it. Must be the best cover image the world has ever seen, eh?

  • desertfox82