The Josh 2013 Climate Skeptic Calendar

I have been asked by Josh to gauge US interest.   These are done in small lots, so the price would be a bit higher than mass produced calendars at $20 USD + shipping for the 8.5 x 11″ size and $30 USD for the 14″ x 11.5″ + shipping size. There will be some custom dates added like “Climategate Day” for November 17th.  Note these will be different than the UK version which Josh will produces, we can’t ship this calendar outside of the USA as the printer does not offer overseas shipping. This is a USA offer only.  Have a look at the sample below and leave a comment if you think would order one. If there is enough interest, a order form will be offered later. – Anthony

Josh writes at BH:

I have had a few requests for a Calendar – so here it is!

It will a simple review of this year with as many of the cartoons from 2012 as I can get in. It is all done on a Mac app so looks suitably polished and cool.

I would like to keep the cost to about £10 per calendar but to do that I need to know how many people are interested and how many calendars they would order. It will be ready sometime next month if there are enough takers.

Please use the comment form below and/or email at josh [at] cartoonsbyjosh.com

Thank you!

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If you want the UK version, leave a comment at Bishop Hill.

If you want the USA version, leave a comment below.

Perhaps Jo Nova can work out something for AU. I’ll ask.

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47 Responses to The Josh 2013 Climate Skeptic Calendar

  1. ChrisW says:

    I’ll order one!!!

  2. mspisars says:

    1 please.

  3. matthu says:

    And the difference between the US version and the UK version is that the US version presumably refers to “The Skeptic Isle” throughout? ;-)

  4. SCheesman says:

    “we can’t ship this calendar outside of the USA as the printer does not offer overseas shipping”

    Unknown to many in the United States, there is a place known as “Canada” which is not separated from the United States by an ocean, yet manages to exist as a country on its own. Are the denizens of said location excluded as well?

  5. Andy says:

    Absolutely!!

  6. matthu says:
    October 3, 2012 at 9:22 am

    And the difference between the US version and the UK version is that the US version presumably refers to “The Skeptic Isle” throughout? ;-)

    Josh is playing on the Shakespeare quote (Richard the Second)

    This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle,
    This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars,
    This other Eden, demi-paradise,
    This fortress built by Nature for herself
    Against infection and the hand of war,
    This happy breed of men, this little world,
    This precious stone set in the silver sea,
    Which serves it in the office of a wall
    Or as a moat defensive to a house,
    Against the envy of less happier lands,–
    This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England.

    US would need something different!

  7. Power Grab says:

    Early Christmas shopping sounds good to me. Let’s see…J&A C, J&L R, DH, CS, and myself. That’s 5.

  8. John Whitman says:

    I will order a US calendar if the individuals involved intend to make a good profit in return for their work. I am not interested in supporting climate science focused altruist endeavors; not even ones in support of rational climate science that opposes IPCC sponsored pseudo-science of CAGW.

    John (in the USA)

  9. Jim G says:

    Here is a quote to put on the calendar:

    Ryan Anderson thinks like a real scientist: from the Sky & Telescope article regarding Curiosity’s Mars landing Nov., 2012 issue.

    Ryan Anderson, who did graduate work on orbital data regarding the Curiosity landing site says about his prior work, “ I am fully expecting I’ll be wrong. I think it’ll be nice if I was close on some of it. But being wrong is part of how science works. I am looking forward to seeing why I was wrong.”

    If we could only get some of the warmists and skeptics, alike, to think this way, climate science might become a real science. Way too much dogmatism, easy explanations, consensus thinking in both camps.

    And so, when we bring back our first sample of dark matter, I’ll be convinced, until then it is a way too convenient explanation of why observations do not fit present accepted theory and DM is, after all, only a theory in itself.

    And , yes, I would be interested in a calendar depending upon what it looks like.

  10. Tamara says:

    I want one!

  11. Don Price says:

    Count me in!

  12. Ted Zaharchuk says:

    I’ll take one.

  13. jaypan says:

    yes please

  14. RickA says:

    I would like one USA version.

  15. Ric Werme says:

    Yes!! At least one.

  16. oldseadog says:

    Count me in for a GB one.

  17. Greg McCall says:

    I will buy one.

  18. jimventura says:

    I will purchase a U.S. version.

  19. NZPete says:

    How about making an electronic version (say PDF) available on line? I’d buy one.

  20. AndyG55 says:

    Can you print some copies upside down for us Aussies , please.

    Actually, we have SOOOO many climate goofballs down here, we could do our own !

  21. Mark says:

    SCheesman says:

    “we can’t ship this calendar outside of the USA as the printer does not offer overseas shipping”

    Unknown to many in the United States, there is a place known as “Canada” which is not separated from the United States by an ocean, yet manages to exist as a country on its own. Are the denizens of said location excluded as well?

    Kind of hard to get to and from Alaska without going via either Canada or the Pacific ocean. The Hawaiian Islands are going to be especially tricky…

    The US also has a land border with Mexico. Most countries in both North and South America do not require crossing any sea to get to from the USA :)

  22. geography lady says:

    I would like to order one copy of the US. Make a nice Christmas gift.

  23. John R T says:

    @ NZPete says:
    October 3, 2012 at 12:13 pm
    How about making an electronic version (say PDF) available on line? I’d buy one.

    pdf, whatever……. I want two, before Christmas….. in Costa Rica

  24. TXRed says:

    Two please.

  25. DHolliday says:

    Want one.

  26. Treeman says:

    I’ll take ten if Josh can include Chris Tangney giving Al Gore the finger! They will go over very well with a number of friends and Australian politicians for Christmas presents!

  27. J D Chipman says:

    I’d like at least one, perhaps a couple more USA versions…

  28. Robert in Calgary says:

    Canada please, if they can’t mail this to Canada……

  29. Sean Horton says:

    Yes!

  30. Alan Mackintosh says:

    yes i’ll take a couple of uk ones

  31. Chuck says:

    Yep, I’d go for a few of them. Great stocking stuffers.

  32. WillR says:

    Can it be shipped to Canada? Should we find a publisher/printer here?

  33. G.Ross says:

    I would like one

  34. ralph Selman says:

    I’ll take one.

  35. Ron Skoog says:

    I’ll take 1 or 2 please.

  36. Jim Barker says:

    I would order one.

  37. vigilantfish says:

    I definitely want one but am dithering between the British and US versions (typical Canadian bind). If your British one had any ‘keep calm and carry-on’ themed material, Josh, that would definitely tip me towards the former. It would go nicely in the office with my lovely ‘ no shoogle CAGW table’ mug and Keep-Calm appointments book.

  38. Jason Joice MD says:

    I’d be down for at least 2.

  39. Jason Joice MD says:

    Also, could someone serve as a proxy for the Canadian interest? I’d be glad to do so.

  40. Scott says:

    Count me in.

  41. spinifers says:

    I would definitely buy one.

  42. Jolly farmer says:

    US version for me, please.

  43. This sceptic isle indeed. Think of all the CO2 locked up in the coccolith ooze of the White Cliffs.

  44. David Lium says:

    I would buy one 11.5 x 14.
    Thank you, Anthony and all of you at WUWT.

  45. J D Chipman says:

    Is it possible to buy a pdf download version so we here in the USA can print them out ourselves?

  46. KJKearney says:

    I’m in.

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