Sticky in a famous painting,
, out back
" sled dog
- Civil War-era tintype
& Peter Lawford
deep sea diver
-er, dog - Sticky rides his motorcycle
Stick-tanic in 3D
Mask of Zorro
The Time Tunnel
in a store
- gobble gobble
Bound for glory
Gun fight at "S.T." corral
Stickyland fantasy theme park
, autumn 2014
coming soon ... the new "Sticky Forum" has a privacy statement
cartoon was very good (summer 2013)
trees down in a
, May 2018
The bunny rabbit
Sticky Wiki - the "Sticky Wiki" is not ready, but we do have a forum page!
pages. When the interactive "Sticky Forum" started in 2019 there was a policy of sorts because the phpBB software comes
with one. Regardless, Yahoo and Microsoft, Facebook Corp., Apple and other entities which you may encounter will probably
keep tracking you with cookies and "user profiles" and advanced database tools. Just as an example these pages are hosted at
Yahoo (now part of Verizon Corp.'s "Oath") and their service policy is pretty weird: they want to track everything and their
A.I. scans all the e-mail on their servers. And what happens when the company goes down or it gets sold, and you didn't read
the fine print... what are your rights then??? Before posting personal information on international networks, you may want to
ask your parents, teachers or friends who work in IT for advice and guidance. This stuff is never really "free".
See also "When a Company Is Put Up for Sale, in Many Cases, Your Personal Data Is, Too" in the June 29, 2015 edition of
the New York Times, p.B1 ... a simple text-only transcript of this article is here.
REVISED AUGUST 31, 2019
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The castle featured a fully-equipped bar, a gym, tennis courts, library, swimming pool, and steam, sauna and massage, as well as billiards and accomodation for up to 200 dogs and their
owners - so let the good times ROLL! as the Stick used to say... the grounds are surrounded by a moat which was stocked with "security gators" and piranha and the swampy area that
borders the moat had quicksand, so woe be it to paparazzi, un-invited Dobermans and other trespassers... the lower levels of the castle had a motor pool for Sticky's cars, as well as
storage rooms and a dungeon; underneath the castle was a system of caves and secret passages, the purpose of which was known only to the Big Guy, and he took his secrets with him!
Sticky surveys the land around his sprawling "Giraffe Manor" country estate. Note the gargoyles, which were supposed to ward off Dobermans and Rottweilers... click to enlarge.
Sticky and his fans would have wild parties on the patio of the chapel tower... the merriment always began with the setting of the sun...
according to the local villagers the music, howling and general carrying-on usually lasted well into the night, and could be heard for miles!
Above, an experimental picture of the Big
Guy attending services in the chapel.
Left, Sticky loved to ride the train. The local narrow-gauge railway offered regular train service between the castle and the nearest town. We're working on
having a Disneyland style train going around the castle grounds proper.
(Left) Sticky prowls the upper floors of the castle - summer 2016.
Below, the back of the castle with the moat in summer. Tap or
click to enlarge.
Things were quiet at the castle as 2019 came to an end, and some of the ideas that were floated for the amusement park remain on the drawing board. Tickets for the tour of Sticky's closet
are still popular - in fact reservations are recommended! The tour takes about 4 to 5 hours and there are numerous stops along the way.