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Sticky the famous astro-dog poses in this special publicity shot for the Canadian Space Agency. See their web page at www.asc-csa.gc.ca
(That link goes to the English version of the space agency's page)
Sticky actually auditioned for the movie "2001: A Space Odyssey" (see picture below) and MGM even started printing posters with Sticky on them, but the astronaut
role eventually went to Keir Dullea. The original "Sticky" 2001 posters are rare, and sought after by collectors.
Click here to see a detail from the above image (200k+ file - space-dog-detail.jpg ) showing the advanced technology pressure seal on Sticky's space helmet.
Sticky in a famous painting,
, out back
- Civil War-era tintype
& Peter Lawford
deep sea diver
-er, dog - Sticky rides his motorcycle
Pretty Boy Sticker - the infamous gangster
Stick-tanic in 3D
Mask of Zorro
(This is just a basic listing)
very good (summer 2013)
to "clean it up". Ha ha ha, just kidding... just because Sticky is a happy go lucky little guy who has no interest in collecting personal information,
doesn't mean that Yahoo Inc. -- the providers of this web space -- and Microsoft Corp., Facebook Corp. and other entities which you may
encounter are not tracking you with cookies and "user profiles" and advanced database tools. 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.
The Time Tunnel
tower of pizza
tower of pizza
, another 2013
in a store
November 2013 - gobble gobble
Sticky may have a problem with the U.S.-based "Center for Digital Democracy", which apparently lobbies against advertising to children...?
Bound for glory
Gun fight at "S.T." corral
late May 2014
, early Nov. 2014
- Easter Sunday picture
, early Feb. 2015
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.