This is my grandfather,
Jack Slator (1892-1976)
Like many people my age, I've decided to try and do a little
work on my Family History.
My younger brother, Kevin, has
taken it a lot further
Part of that is the location of
Slator Lake named
after my Uncle Dan Slator (Nov. 30, 1926 - Aug. 9, 1944) as part
of the Canadian Commemorative Names Project.
This is Beetman, the creation of Colonel Dave Schmidt.
Eventually there will be a compendium of Beetman archived
If I figure it out, you maybe will see my doofy banner if you
annoying and pointless):
The texas counter quit working, so I went and found another one:
This should show the number of people, besides myself, who have
visited here to waste their time, frivolously.
Number of Hits
I'm thinking of calling this
the collection of
hats I have worn.
If I had any heroes (using the
term loosely, to include anybody I like much), their pictures
might appear if you:
Another mystery to me is how to make movies visible to browsers.
I wonder if|
Or, I wonder if you can see a movie
by pressing a button (like George Jetson)
This is a GIF of my beautiful wife produced by Photoshop after
the PICT image was changed to "indexed color" (which reduces
from millions to 256 colors) and saved. The image jumped to a
much larger size (the original photo was a wallet size), because
the scanner reads at 300 DPI (dots per inch), but the screen
displays at only 72 DPI. I reduced the image to wallet size
again and saved it that way.
And, doesn't ___THIS___ look good:
I sold this house in February of 1997, but hey, I worked hard on
this page, so I'm keeping it around:
Hey! I Sold My House!
This page is, guess what, under
You can see my other half-baked pages at:
a site that I've had since 1995.
It used to be that http://bslator.home.dhs.org/ at Domain Host Services
would stunt you to a Qwest page, but that's broken now.
Another time modified: Sat May 19, 23:40:46 CDT 2001
A bunch of
Old Stuff moved out at about that time
Once modified: Sat Jul 4, 13:40:46 CDT 1998
First modified: Sun Jan 12, 22:54:46 CDT 1997