Teldon calendars have been around since the late 1960s.
Teldon calendars were invented by Tim Wall as a way to attract sales to their tequila company.
The teldon calendar company is based in La Jolla, California, and has over 15,000 employees.
They started out selling tequila calendars with tequila and watermelon labels on them.
Telectronic teldons have been used for years as part of their advertising.
Wall, who now owns Telectronic, says he has a list of more than 40 telectronic calendars that he would like to sell.
“I have to have a list.
I’ve got to sell them,” Wall said.
I have a teldon list.
There are many telectronics that I want to sell, Wall said, adding that he will sell them to me for $5,000.
He said he is going to sell his telectroes at a $50 per pop sale and has set up a webpage to do so.
At the time of this article, the sale price was $5.99 per calendar.