‘Weird’ wall calendars from the 1960s: Are they safe?

Weird wall calendar makers have made some strange and beautiful wall calendars over the years, but there’s one thing they all have in common: they’re all illegal.

But, in a new documentary, we can see what those illegal wall calendars actually look like, thanks to the work of historian, artist, and curator J.L. Geenen.

Here’s what we found: First, we have a little history lesson.

In the late 1960s, the Canadian government introduced a series of new laws designed to prevent the spread of the virus and other infectious diseases.

These laws had been around since the 1920s.

Under the guise of promoting public health, they sought to curb the spread and spread of a disease that had become so pervasive that it had become a social and cultural phenomenon in the United States.

According to the new laws, anyone who contracted influenza during this time period would be required to wear a face mask and wear a shirt over their face to hide their symptoms.

That was the height of the pandemic, and people were wearing masks to mask their symptoms because it was so uncomfortable.

(In fact, many people still did not wear masks because they thought it was too much trouble.

In some cases, it became a fashion statement to wear masks, to avoid the cold.

)The new laws also required all health care workers to wear respirators and gloves and required anyone who was exhibiting symptoms to go to a designated health care facility for treatment.

People were also required to keep a detailed log of all illnesses they had.

These new laws led to the rise of “weird” wall calendars in the U.S. as a way to show people that things were not as bad as they had been made out to be.

They were made to look as if they were from the 1940s or 1950s, and the designs were generally designed to evoke that feeling of being on the outside of an overcrowded, poorly ventilated hospital.

In addition to the masks and the masks themselves, they also included a number of images of the afflicted.

One such image, for example, shows a woman lying on her back with her eyes open.

This image was taken by a physician at a nursing home and shows the same symptoms of influenza.

(This image was also used in a wall calendar in 1962.)

In a wall-based calendar, the patient is lying in a chair in front of a large picture of the hospital.

This is a typical type of strange and unusual calendar, designed to conjure up the sick patients’ fears of being left to die alone in the infirmary.

This particular calendar was made by a doctor and features images of patients with a variety of ailments, including a patient in the intensive care unit.

A number of strange wall calendars have also appeared in other countries.

In Japan, for instance, they include images of people with different symptoms, including people with respiratory illnesses.

(A patient in a strange wall calendar would have respiratory symptoms.)

In Canada, the weird wall calendar has been popular in the 1990s, when the U,S., and Europe were in the midst of the worst influenza pandemic ever.

It was a time of great fear for many Canadians, including many with respiratory diseases.

This bizarre and unusual style of calendar was popular enough that it was even featured in an issue of Time magazine.

(You can read Time’s full story about weird wall calendars here .)

However, in recent years, these weird and unusual wall calendars are now illegal in the States and Canada.

This new documentary takes us inside the worlds of weird and bizarre wall calendars to find out what the laws are and how they are enforced.

You can watch the full documentary here.