Right now you're saying to yourself, "Why would I want to buy a 1957 calendar for $199.99? That was a long time ago and that calendar is like, so out of date, right? And that's a lot of monies."
Well here's why: For one thing, it has Jackie Robinson on it and, for another, it actually works this year! (Emphasis added to promote astounded response on your part.) It's true: There are a finite number of ways a year can play out, so that means all calendars are reusable. It's the dirty, little secret that the big calendar conglomerates don't want you to know. Having told you this, my safety is in jeopardy, but I don't care. The needs of the reader come first.
This 1957 calendar can not only be reused in 2013, but in 2019, 2030, 2041, 2047*, 2058 and 2069, to name but a few. Sure, the up-front cost seems high, but if you use it enough, it works out to just pennies a day.
*That's the year you'll want to unload it for a big profit, the Jackie Robinson Centennial!