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"richard carroll" Discussed on Charger Chat
"Look around and see someone bushwack. I'm gonna make contact with bushwack whole stadium dead silent like disk and then the cameras there you go. That's our thought here as a charger chat thank you richard carroll or asking the question and last but not least we go out of as bolt fan with our old favorite coach. Lago who asked the question. You coach hugging cupboard. Closure kosher come out. We're all french secret for record ball soup. Bowl jaw wanted issues. In new era bolts flip bow. Gosh baronet show where we will wait from being a show. What supplier and how much of the game. Janse remember kitty bob she. I'll sunday seed coach logging. We read eye shit dude. We're we're hopping on that five north bolt. That's right we're gonna get our on there. We're gonna ride up drake all the way we're gonna thunder rally meet people. We're going to go in the game or the game. I don't know. I hope i've member i'm gonna take a lot. I'm going to just pound waters between. I want to maintain the shoe. Sure you will after his pants after it'll be around his cannon for that. Yeah i think once we get up there folks we'll get off of that Bassem we're just gonna be line over to thunder alley and make say hey bush splits so be in folks. Don't say we didn't warn you. Okay we we let you know we're gonna be line over to thunder alley and just gateway to find in meet every single one of you guys that listen to us. It's just to be a blast. Don't forget when you come see s k. Love you high right. Have something for you rattle quantity. it's not you're making. It grows microsoft. we might have don't way ltd. Well there you go coach lago thank you and thank everybody for making this episode at least longer than the movie dunkirk. We appreciate all right before we go out. We gotta make some bolt predictions so. Let's go around the horn kevin. You've got a bold prediction. I know it just doing waiting to burst at your belly. Woody again. I'm going to give it to kyle. I'm gonna push this off to kyle. You start us. Wow the family all right. I'm gonna go with thirty one. Twenty chargers W and i i think Down game it didn't have a reception He did score a touchdown. But i'm gonna have bounced back with one hundred thirty all purpose yards in another test. I like it already got. I'm gonna say twenty seven thirteen. And i'm gonna say i'm going to say both keenan allen and mike williams get touchdowns ooh bash brothers bash brothers touchdowns there you go all right I'm going your time to thank your ours comes straight from the old but we'll just say limited quantity limited quantity hotel cannon. Thirty four twenty four charters and her bows throwing for over four hundred yards holy. I'll love it is to be just toying that debris you can do it. Herbert can do it all right. Well there you go folks that is it for this monstrous episode of charger chat folks. Don't forget to bolt up river any squad any place..
"richard carroll" Discussed on Fairground F*ck Ups
"Had all but forgotten the role of film lift in the camera. It had only been developed. After jennie had learned the camera to a friend while beset with mixed emotions as she relived joyous moments of that fateful day she stopped to stare at one in particular farda graph that made her blood run cold. The photo was averse son damian. The last one ever taken of the boy in which he poses with an uneasy expression on his face standing next to an intimidating figure dressed only in leopard print lawyer cloth and wearing a demonic looking mosque with horns on his head. Jenny had no memory of the picture being taken that she suddenly recalled the disturbing figure before arriving at the gates of luna park. A godsend family were treated to the spectacle of parade in the streets on sydney harbour while there was no clear theme to the participants and nothing to declare the purpose of the festive gathering. There was a distinctly folk sensibility about the parade. The cow headed figure had to jenny's memory. Seemed to be the parades ringleader. At one point he had stopped his prancing. Intend to stare at the goldstone boys. He approached young. Damian towering over the shot child momentarily before placing a friendly arm around the boy's shoulders or john jenny's husband captured the moment on film after sharing the far with friends family and ultimately with the investigators comparisons made between the figure in the photograph and the ancient canaanite god all damon depending on which version of the story read neronha's moloch moloch. A monstrous idol often represented as having the head of a cow is associated with the very origins of child sacrifice. Depictions of the idol suggests that it was essentially a great bronze oven into which children would be placed to be burnt alive as outlandish as it sounds. People found it hard to let go of the connection between this pagan entity and the way in which the guards trained fire saint peculiar confined not touching the rest of the puck and almost exclusively targeting children had this devil haunt man being responsible for the blaze that night. Was this some sinister way to offer up. Human sacrifices to an ancient gold a damian goodson been targeted or chosen. Jenny blamed something. Evil was at work but they're mystery remained. Who exactly was the horned mosques man other investigators maintained that no such supernatural involvement was needed to cause the tragedy. Sydney had plenty of her own monsters. In nineteen eighty queensland a new south wales along with newark new jersey would be voted in the top five most corrupt state in the western world while notorious convicted murderer and former cop roger. The dodger roberson was terrorizing. The streets at sydney. Another so-called businessman was weaving his spell on the politicians and police of australia's premise abe saffron a self-described collector of things was one of those almost legendary criminal figgis who committed a crime every single day of his adult life and in the end just like al capone wound up serving time in prison for tax evasion known to the public through the tabloids as mr sin saffron was one of the most powerful and successful of sydney's crime bosses an by far the most unusual most of his money came not from the time honored mob tradition of standing over other illegal businesses but from owning and operating his own entertainment venues. It just so happened. That much of the entertainment. He offered alcohol gambling and prostitution was illegal or at least heavily legislated at the time because of the need to protect his many establishments and due to his business skills he became a key underworld figure involved in the corruption of politicians and police over a period of several decades saffron was born in sydney in nineteen nineteen like my serious criminals. It chose to serve his country during world tune on the homefront by the second half of the nineteen forties. He aren't a number of pubs and nightclubs for years. Pubs and clubs in australia had to stop selling alcohol at six. Pm bringing about the infamous. Six o'clock swill and leave gap in the market but seffrin would feel his. Fortune was founded on flouting. The war and post-war restrictions on the supply and serving of bia safran would illegally transfer grog from his hotels to his clubs where it would be sold at night for enormous mockups. He attracted people to his clubs by bringing out top american singers such as frank sinatra and made extra money from the prostitution that occurred on some of his premises expanded into other states evaded official efforts to restrict his activities by taking out most of liquor licenses in other people's names a sex addict himself. One of the few prosecutions. He faced was for participating in an orgy at palm beach saffron sold pornography and provided blue movies to cinemas at his height he had interest in one hundred brothels on for a while as massage studios and fifty nightclubs around the country in nineteen sixty europe. Industraliazed i strip club the staccato. In kings cross soon followed by the iconic pink pussy cat and many others he took over the lease of leg goals and later financed gay clubs upon saffron death in two thousand and six. He's son allen said. My father was a visionary and the founder of the modern entertainment industry in australia providing fabulous clubs pubs gambling and sex to the public. All of which is legal. Today there is some truth in that tomorrow. Again from the notorious own seffrin will simply responding to the will of the people out today suffer on fit into the history of luna potluck and the tragedy that claimed seven lives on the night of june ninth. nineteen seventy-nine it would take six years for any suggestion of his involvement to be made public immediately following. The trend fire luna park was closed by new south wales authorities in order to launch a. Full coronial inquest. Investigation lasted for a month as they carefully inspected the ruins of the ride itself as well as the infrastructure of the sydney fairground all preceding from an assumption that the lack of proper maintenance would undoubtedly have been the reason for the fire. Corrina kevin anderson concluded that the rides wiring an internal systems but not the source of the mission while he went on to criticize the pokka parades and stuff the failing to ensure it even basic fire suppression systems were readily available. Norring advice given by the city council and the fire department the previous year. He also reluctantly determined that the negligence on their part could not constitute a criminal charge given that complete failure in duty of care to park patrons. The lease held by the management on the puck was vacated. No cause for the fire was ever identified by the end of the month of july new south wales government. Cold for new tenders falloon apac. The recently deposed manages submitted new tenders twice both were rejected. It was time for the puck to enter a new season in the year that followed the entire park was demolished and rebuilt to new standards but the iconic smiling face was listed as an australian heritage site meeting could not be removed or destroyed and the puck could not be raised to make way for another series of harbourside apartment buildings in nineteen eighty five a member of australia's parliament michael john hatton publicly alleged that abe saffron had been in a position of beneficial ownership of luna park the time of the fire this salacious pace of gossip sparked a renewed interest in the event which was made all the more potent the following year. When you south wales authorities determine the fire was worth investigating and reopened the ghost train. Fire case of particular interest to the new investigative team was the ape saffron had been linked to no less than seven cases of awesome on sydney's business properties which he had same keenly interested in muttonchop a sydney-based who had been involved with lou nepad stated that sometime in nineteen seventy seven abe saffron had approached had hopkins the owner of the puck side with an offer to purchase the property from him up. Ken's was not interested but reports on the character abe saffron suggests that he was not a man to give up easily. The nineteen eighty-six investigation uncovered ties between iran and a sydney amusements company which had supplied luna park with the pinball and arcade machines. Police now had two possibilities to consider firstly that. I've ron furious. Ted hopkins refusal to sell and determined to get what he wanted arranged for an accident to occur. Which would force the puck to cease operations and diminish its value saffron. Could've been swooped in and picked up the property at a bargain price. And then make a small fortune. Secondly they consider that saffron had been exerting a rolling interest in pocket says through this amusement supply me a puppet by which he could gradually take over. this would render the fire and shipping was deliberately lit to be something more like a ploy to collect on insurance and again provide the opportunity to rebuild the puck into a more profitable and this second investigation ultimately concluded that while the ties to saffron. We're raising concern. There was no way he could conceivably have benefited from disaster. This was something. Safran himself had maintained over the years as he repeatedly denied any involvement or knowledge of the ghost train fire s for his connections to the archives supply at this point in his career saffron had ties to nearly everyone interestingly while. No new evidence was presented at the conclusion of the second investigation. The team involved did conclude that the initial coronial inquiry had not been conducted to a sufficient stand. Nothing of consequence ever came from this and the public gradually began to move on from the story. Then in two thousand seven cephlon's niece anne buckingham claimed in an interview with the sydney morning herald that her uncle was indeed responsible for the fire. Buckingham claimed the attack was part of a plan for several to gain control of lou. Nepalis lease although she stated her belief that the seven deaths were not intended buckingham later denied. She made the comments attributed to her and attempted to have the story retracted. It's worth noting that her allegations were only made the year following abe saffron looking over photos of ghost train. It's easy to see why it would go up so quickly. The building was entirely wooden and the maze of maintenance cardinals and service. Covens meant that it was virtually impossible to detect the first stages of afire take into account that the puck substantive fire system and the lack of a proper maintenance schedule were well-known. It paints a convincing picture of an opportunity for anyone with a motive. However even to those with a motive there would have been no benefit at all in starting a blaze at the time when the park was crowded with patrons risking innocent lives saffron and others like him in his day were ruthless in business bullies liars and thieves but rarely let their violence spill out onto people who had nothing to do with them. If saffron had ordered the asan men would have had no trouble jumping the gate after midnight talk was not exactly a secure location. It is worth mentioning that. The ghost train file was not the first issue that luna park had experienced in the year of nineteen seventy nine earlier in april a malfunction on one of the cars on the big dipper caused a collision. That injured thirteen people investigation into this incident determined that. Wear and tear on the ride and a lack of proper maintenance. Were to blame. Just because no source of ignition was ever identified does not necessarily point to foul play there are a number of unintentional ways in which spock left unchecked can create an inferno on a bright spring day you can explore the artists row of levin bay where you can see tributes sculptures by many australia's top artists. Generally there will be people milling about private. School goes will be having a blanketed. Nick lunch in wonderfully curated wendy's garden named after brett wesley's wife who selfless gardening has sculpted one of the best features of the hottest city. If you look carefully you may see the sculpture just west of blue nepad around the back a depiction of cartoon like figure bending ifa with a teapot on its head playful and fun then along the cavs stone below other names john. Craig and damian godson jonathan billings richard carroll michael johnson and shames readily along with a. Play that we must look. After our children. The sculpture was done by australian cartoonist. Michael lunatic voted as national living treasure by the national trust. The inscription reads to all those who take refuge in this place. Make a small commitment to the protection to children. As they play there was a nationwide search for the man dressed as morlock at the farda he appeared to be in his twenties at the time. It was taken putting him in his late teens..
"richard carroll" Discussed on Fairground F*ck Ups
"Has luna park as well. But it's a house it may not be disneyland. The years old. The children of sydney had outside of episode of skippy. The bush kangaroo and a local shoot for the dolph lundgren version of marbles the punish it had no international impact. Australia's wonderland was cooler in its day but that puck is long since gone sold off to malaysian property developers and turned into a storage facility. Luna park is a survivor and we love the place for it positioned on great a prime real estate right on the edge of the northern tip of sydney haba the giant clown face mocks and ironic depiction of a once glorified symbol of australian huma. Any passenger by ship to security sees the great white clown. Great them with an enormous smile a smile that invites you to into that mouth. That now is the entrance to luna park. Sydney's most famous amusement park and mainstay since the nineteen thirties albeit one with a long storied history of closures of a whole protests roles and terrible tragedy along the way the site located on the shore along the northern end of the sydney harbour bridge was originally farmland. But in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty four was taken over by large workshops and storerooms housing. The equipment used to build the sydney harbour bridge in the thirties. A gentleman named herman phillips turn the area into the first iteration tion of luna park opening in nineteen thirty five. The new attraction was based on the amusement park of the same name at coney island new york and mimicked earlier versions in australia set up in melbourne in nineteen twelve and glendale adelaide in nineteen thirty. The botton was an artist in residence from nineteen thirty five to nineteen seventy in the fifties. He designed a happy entrance face which became the iconic symbol in the past luna park. Had a more romantic vibe than it does today and was really a place for young adults not small children during world war two. It was a popular destination particularly for servicemen despite the neon lights that had to be dimmed so as not to risk drawing the attention of invading japanese aero or forces this popularity drew prostitutes to the area and fights were commonplace. Especially between american troops and local servicemen when its construction was proposed in nineteen thirty three one. Reverend caldo feared there would be nightly orgies there which could not be checked no such luck but not as crazy affairs at sounds now. The face shaped entrance was likely inspired by peruvian. Hell where people entered through the mouth of a red-faced devil. Catching the train to milton's point and walking down the hill to luna park builds the anticipation prior to nineteen seventy-two luna park would close for three months of the year apprentice use those three months to maintain the talk with a new kind of paint checking mechanics of rides and replacing pots. Post nineteen seventy two. The park open all year round taking away that crucial maintenance period by the time nineteen seventy-nine rolled around a lot of the rods. Close to forty years old. The ghost train was one of the fairgrounds. Most popular rides punches sat and small. 'cause shape like train engines and would transported through a disorientating pitch black space where they were assailed by terror. Inducing sights and sounds the stop on the lunar pot. Ghost train line was called hell's wrong away station on june nine. Nineteen nine john damian and cry goodson walk through the mouth of the laughing clowns entrance with excitement. Jenny poidevin formerly jennifer hudson bills. That destiny was play on the night of june ninth. Nineteen seventy nine. I was just standing at the door of coney island and all of a sudden i got. This thought that. I wanted an ice cream. It was just the most bizarre thing. I asked the boys if they wanted an ice cream and they said no so off they went with their father and that was that i didn't meet them there. They were gone. John and his two sons step through the gate. They took their seats on the train behind. A group of young people from waverley college a school only a short drive east from luna pock. The boys from waverley college were on an excursion organized by the school. It was a decent crowd at the park that night and for the ride itself thirty five people boarded the train and settled themselves in for the thrill to begin. The safety restraints locked in place at ten pause ten pm and the train entered through the horthy doors into the dark tunnel beyond at ten fifteen pm students. Seated in the front car of the ghost train began to shift in their seats craning the knicks around to see behind them glancing to the ceiling with puzzled expressions on their faces. Does anyone else smell smoke. Unease seem to ripple back through the train and soon enough. All passengers were catching the scent of smoke and anxiously trying to trace it to the source standing at the exit to the ride pox. Often security had no such confusion. Thick black smoke began to pull out of the doors. The fire emanated from the center of the ghost. Train complex the passages cupboards that house the electrical wiring and allow the maintenance access. The passages had no idea of this they will only aware of the thickening smoke filling the corridors of the ride and the creasing hate that began to accompany it. People began calling out help though it's unclear if any of their cries reached the intending staff who seemed frozen panic at the unfolding disaster through it. All the ride didn't stop. The train kept moving forward. This proves too much. John carlson with visibility getting worse by the second the smoke making it harder and harder to breathe. What was the likelihood of anyone actually being able to come to the rescue. The best chance to survive was to find their own way out forcing open the restraints. On his train. cau-. John gathered his two sons and climbed over the side taking them by the hands and setting out on foot for the emergency exit alerted by the noise. They made the four students. Seated in the car. Ahead of the godson's turn to see what they were doing. It is not known whether john encourage them to follow him or not. But he's determination must have made the boys jonathon billings richard carroll michael johnson and shame for healy confident enough to follow them climbing over the side of the still moving ghost train. They set off to followed god's direction at least the direction. They thought they saw them. Go when jenny guston might hawaii over to the ghost train. Shortly after with an ice cream in her hand she was met with a terrifying sight of smoke. Pouring out of the ride her entire family had just entered by this time someone had snapped the staff to their senses and is trying to make up for the earliest frozen panic. A flurry of activity ensued emergency services. Contacted while the ride attendants did their best to keep the gathering crowd of onlookers at a safe distance team members were dispatched to bring the puck firehose. While a handful discussed the possibility of going in when the inexperienced staff arrived with the nearest hose. The crowd looked on in disbelief. As a wake stream of water bailey managed to clear the roof of the ghost train. These efforts would not be abandoned before the sydney fire department arrived on the scene. But it was clear that the pox fire suppression system was totally inadequate to combat the growing blaze. It is possible that it contributed to the protection of the neighboring rides. The river caves and the rollercoaster. The big dipper which came through the event miraculously unscathed inexplicably. The mechanical workings of the ride never filed in spite of the damage caused by the fire and soon enough train. 'cause began to burst through the doors accompanied by massive plumes of smoke ascending into the night sky. By this point the fire had spread throughout the whole interior of the complex and passengers. Recall the fear that they may not reach the end of the line. 'cause breaching the interior sets of dole's with greeted with wolves aflame full meters high as each car emerged from the exit. Staff members rushed to assist the weak and disorientated passengers any bodily lifted and carried from the bride to a clearing where they could cover h cau- through was met with a cheer from onlookers. As more and more people drew fresh air into their lungs but seven passengers were unaccounted for. Upon arriving sydney fire crews soon took command of the situation an often fighting the fire for twenty five minutes. The brave firefighters stormed the infinia with the blaze and smoke still making it difficult to see. They only had one option. Follow the tracks taking no chances. They scoured the interior for any signs of life. All the while the fight against the blaze continued outside. Jenny godson was waiting in a days for any word on what had happened to her family and the fire was down to smoldering embers. The fire teams were able to access more areas of the ghost. Train complex medically following each cardo and path. They came to the grim discoveries of two clusters of bodies. The godson's huddled together in one tunnel. Father john draped. Over his boys. Damian and craig as if trying to shield them from the suffocating smoke and the group of school friends from waverley college also found huddled together. It became clear that after abandoning the train. 'cause to reach safety. They lost their way in the dog tragically. If they had stayed on the train they would have survived. Standing at the forefront of the crowd. Jenny goodson became desperate. She tried to attract the attention of five crew members who are too preoccupied with keeping the fire control to spare moment. Finally she found an attentive staff. Member brought her to the recovery area and promised to find someone who could help her each car that made its way out of the blaze that did not carry. Her family deepened the sense of dread and threatened to engulf her. She was so focused on the doors hoping against hope for one more car to come through that she didn't notice when staff members brought a young man to wait beside her. Jason hallman was a fellow student at waverley college and had been enjoying his. Are night at the park with friends. Jonathan richard michael chambers. Although jason had been seated directly behind his four school friends he had not join them when they left the train. Car to follow the gods two days to fully grasp the situation. Jason had no idea that the woman beside him had just lost her entire family years later when looking back on that night and the moment that a distressed firefighter informed her of the tragic fate of her family. Jenny remembered the comforting presence at her side. I wanted to stay there. And i remember someone standing beside me and until a few years ago i didn't realize who that was but it ended up being jason in the months and years that followed the pair ended up becoming lifelong friends bonded over a tragedy that others would have difficulty understanding jenny these days. Jenny poidevin cherishes the connection with another survivor of that night. More than just common circumstance jenny. Jason saint connected by shared emotional scars. That came down to the simplist almost inexplicable of choices. We sort of had survivor's guilt wear here. And they're all not that still haunts both of us today. It's just something that doesn't leave you. You lend to live with it but those sorts of feelings there night and you so it doesn't go away. Jason could not explain why he remained in his seat while his friends attempted to find their own way to safety anymore than jenny could explain the sudden craving for ice cream that led her away from the ride that night a craving she had almost never reinstate before after years spent wrestling with the pain and loss. Jason jenny have never been offered an adequate for the fire the her pot jenny believes the.
"richard carroll" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Whole story of the tagging this this song will recounted for you you'll all that out he killed her husband indeed it the Tigers thank you so Dr and so under the dance is just great gravy baby I'm all gravy baby right that's a new expression if you just tune in as well big cat rescue founder Carole Baskin prominently featured blah blah blah you're kidding Baba Lupin nut job I started selling face masks with her oft quoted catchphrase Saturday Hey all you cool cats and kittens I know it makes it one of throw up in your mask I think her husband thought himself the Tigers he kicked them until late in the mascots the Levin dollars each incoming blacker leopard print mask you're being sold to raise money to help big cats in two and Richard Carroll Baskin right killed her husband she whacked him center or we're gonna have A. NG mask soon our way yeah six of the day that the growing viruses announced to be over you'll be able to buy a groovy Armstrong and Getty masks at Armstrong and Getty dot com we already have swag at the at the website I did T. shirts and hoodies and all sorts of good stuff us about to go into something corona II but we we just did some important news me tell you this I thought this was interesting so this guy David French he's a Christian conservative lawyer who does a lot of writings with the dispatch other places he is he regularly gets himself involved in the who's the better who's better Michael Jordan or lebron James so either that's an ongoing argument with him and his crowd but anyway he believes Ron James is the greatest of all time anyway he watched the last dance they are the whole documentary and he tweeted this yesterday the last dance is over and I am convinced no not that Jordan is the greatest of all time I'm convinced he did not push off against Brian Russell in his legendary last shot Jordan's right all of Russell's mo main man momentum is to the left Jordan's hand on him is irrelevant he was stumbling anyway I've been wrong for twenty two years back into the left back in to the left he admits that he has been wrong for twenty two years I've been saying that for twenty two years also that M. J. pushed off yeah and he got he got the the superstar call but I haven't I didn't watch the I can rewatch it so they must have gone through this in detail in the last dance it's a fairly controversial thing last shot he sings the last shot wins a championship the last shot of his career rightly arm no no that's exciting but for a lot of people it's been rules clearly if it's anybody else it's a foul now but so I don't yeah you you whiners in Sweden recognizes greatness like this bulls fans here somebody's been saying is a power for twenty two years changed its mind having watched last night and you know I admire that I admire them I disagree with David French a lot but on this I agree with him some people are making plans for summer getaways among other things we can talk about and doctor go Google is almost always wrong according to a new study if you Google some your health symptoms try to figure out what's wrong with you it's almost always wrong I think if you're good at it it's a pretty good resource you will yeah we'll get we can get all that I can give them all away the last few months have taught us what's important life it's also taught us what we need to eliminate or change it's the same for business what are the changes.
"richard carroll" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Or you know continue with our most singular conversation with one and only between bassist and keyboard player for we power trio I might add to try again DigitalX talking really really is Salem there was a story Gil sure this story about the early Toronto rock scene talk about the hippy village in Yorkville and the coffee house scene and is that young street or younger street Y. O. N. G. street could you get to see there in the early days and was there anyone there that we might know do you still live there is Neil Young large Joni Mitchell Rick James Russ's soul what does your garden Steppenwolf you know John Kerry was used to be there used to be called back then was called Jack London the spirals well London boroughs I haven't heard that a long time and while under legal people in that band were incredible you know John Kerry while she was not impacted and construct a long list of standard but the retention rate John Kerry during the crayons and Nixon Nicholas was suppose player and member Mars bonfire the government missile there was no forty five forty five or whatever no yes there are two solutions real name was Jerry had nothing but he was part of the Jack London was finalised in cars toppled it will yeah we had zero numbers a lot of great talent welcome to call that you'll be seventy York full respect school districts often people would come from the report of the sub groups you know because Richard Carroll County the polls you work will argue often yeah it was just your preparation for people looking for part of country music something which way and don't have a lot in those days yeah for sure so for a while I lived there at least nine incredible interpretar you know Peter Houston the Houston off the calling Houston Sam Houston sorts a Texas thing Peter Ustinov once said troubles like New York if it if you remember if it was run by the Swiss that sounds kind of cool so these are some of the time Toronto office culture that does so we were kicked out so much talent you know I didn't know until recently that but stepping over spawned out of Canada and so many others it it just it never came up they were sort of they were these people were just well there rock and roll people that's really all you need to know gotcha and we didn't really even go into a meeting we heard the Jimi Hendrix from Seattle but that's about it you know it would be like in the you know you think about the early days so far of the late sixties college you know everybody drive a few characters to Los Angeles that's what we've seen really optimize Crosby stills and Nash Johnny Jordan Valerie Neale remove trial out of everybody driver to be tolerated in Canada everybody gravitated teach Ronald place where you could you don't notice it should should make it easier you can make it anywhere and you know kind of thing some trauma which was the go to place for Canadian musicians except the professor it started with the company never really did anything wrong you know burdens that for in their old days it was like you know Charles supposed to be a kind of music scene in supporting swear once in a while some record governor during which a lot of work is when the previous mapping industry because of the fact that felt good so wanted to record labels and motor two half hours recording studio it's what was that so you could make a good record here and you could make a good luck with the office and spend significant time in Toronto now stock channel invention regional problems we've seen through the lens Radha became like Europe rock and roll captured one of the rock and roll capitals six hundred parents who were poorer hearing candid camera it's hugely influential countries are true what users on the worldwide stage I'm just wondering this is this arcane knowledge that I'm trying to trying to maybe get a little glimpse of what of so many people that we would recognize had really bad experiences with their own with the record producers but especially on occasion they would put a special the record labels and I just wonder how did you how did you avoid some of the disasters that led many recognizable of people apparently had to indoor thing just got bad deal where they wound up not really making very much money and working an awful lot for not very much well we all did that it seems right now as at a certain point you know you get accepted into the quality service fee for and there was a clot there was a club of attorneys in managing research director properly pronounce that ran the needs of the business where if you didn't get into that club you didn't mention so you have to pick me up you have to play the game hi this is how it really works so you have to fight for every inch you have to fight with the fervent Pollard did need to bolster confidence from long marketing foreigners and promotions there and then you have to prepare and once you've got the little bit successful you got a chance to renegotiate the contract with the good work absolutely it was flooded and that's when you could make a little bit of money makes a pretty strong case forum the easiest part of the whole rock and roll musician experiences is the two hours you're on stage the rest of it sounds like it's pretty hard yeah it's there's there's books about it you can reach zero zero we're here needs who's very interesting and smart was a business like normal business they are similar in a lot of weird stuff you've been since since but it was like the normal procedures so there is a creative endeavor you know when you got to make records a lot of songs from internal play shows have not fifteen thousand screaming fans your community battles are younger individual you have to go fight to get page from the record levels and get your record on the radio how you can go out to work for a little bit with you what in some cases if you were in like a priority at the record label because for once absolutely there had better records or if you had better managers had no one ever looked are you have to check with our priority please when the fuel departure currently you have a chance if you don't already before you recommended that the streets some point on when they have to do a part three because this is a really interesting to me you've sold millions of records have been inducted all these walks of frames and Mississauga's walk of fame garnered much interest rewards and not only are you a skilled at and your musicianship with basic keyboards which also record producer clarity plants produce some records for other people and at any time you still got the the desire to go in the studio and see if you can publish this thing into some somebody might buy I didn't do that a few times no one no one trying to find I'm on hiatus but it was find the right dance you know I got the agenda for the we had we had a long recording studio so I could pick and then there are still low you know it takes a really special to be able to don't make the record for me to perform the studio it's it's one of those students were even which you get to know you have to venture through record some guys just don't get approval share information that makes the difference from playing live I am in the studio the fourth stoppage loss sometimes you just get sick of fifty people over the head as a result you can't deal with this horrible practice 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"richard carroll" Discussed on Trapping Today
"In different directions some of that animal rights sentiment is moving away from 'em rights and moving more towards sustainable living impact on the environment some of that all of that sentiment is just moving towards apathy where who cares you know people are just doing their thing live in their life and they want to have a house in a car and TV and go on the weekends out on their boat. Maybe and that's about it. That's life and they don't really they've never been on a farm. They've never harvested for in in. There's no connection there so we're we're kind of in society. I think we're in a point where a lot of things can change in an. I don't know how to position for as this sustainable room. Your noble thing I think for has huge potential because it's very valuable double <hes> it can be used in a number of different ways only ferber leather as well can be used for a number of different things in and can be very valuable and very useful but how how do we as trappers or as someone who wants to market for four trappers. How do we turn that into market that can actually consume a good portion of the further we produce? I don't know I don't have an answer to that. It's it's <hes> I gotta believe there's some way to to create a market more beyond just eight hundred dollar Canada Goose Parkas that have a couple of strips coyote on the hood of the park but I don't know what the answer is so that's just a little bit of food for thought you can think about the whole bit more and if you have an answer fire away. Let's let's have a brainstorming session now. Before I forget we gotta do drawing. I'm sorry drew this out for such a long time. 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I think the one say the books like maybe twelve all bucks or thirteen and D._v._D.'s maybe fifteen dollars so <hes> great opportunity check those out all right. Let's move on and hey somebody wanted to hear more Alaska trapping so <hes> that is <hes>. That's again something that I'm a little bit crazy about but I wanted to go and talk about James Carroll's book above the Arctic Circle. This is <hes> James Carroll Between Nineteen Eleven and nineteen twenty two. He kept a series of journals on his life. In the Alaska. Bush Carol was from Minnesota and he <hes> he moved to Alaska as a young man. I think he was like sixteen or seventeen in he wanted he he initially went to work as a cook in the gold mining camps and his brother had been out there mining and they were going to get rich and as shortly after he arrived in Alaska Carol decided that he wanted to go trapping in of course back then there was a lot of money in trapping it was an adventurous lifestyle he started talking to some old timers and and and he kinda was hooked on the idea so he went straight to Fort Yukon which was the first capital of the world at the time and he got an outfit he got a travel partner essentially no trapping experience and they went out in the middle of nowhere and he spent several years going back out in in the same area <hes> trapping for <hes> essentially ten months out of the year they be back in town for a couple of months in the summer and they'd Hetero back out on the trap line. It was a heck of an adventurous lifestyle it was it was just it was crazy. <hes> challenging brutal harsh conditions <hes> took a very tough person to do that. Jim and his wife Fanny had a whole bunch of kids and one of those children was guy by the name of Richard Carol and Richard Grew up in in Fort Yukon of course while he grew up <hes> in out in the middle of nowhere with with his parents on the trap line but if you are interested in more information on this in just like a an actual <hes> an old timer story telling session Richard Carol did an interview with the Alaska Trappers Association. He actually gave kind of talk about his story in his trapping career. He's he's either passed away or he's a really old man right now and <hes> fascinating guy he had a lot of interesting stories to tell again Jim Carroll son in go to Alaska trappers Dot Org the Alaska Trappers Association website. You can find these oral history interviews. There are at least <hes> twenty thirty of them. I listened to probably eight or ten of them so far and <hes> just go down till you find Richard Carol's interview. You have to pay a for them. I think they are two dollars two dollars and fifty cents for an interview and it's probably about forty five minutes or an hour long of Richard Carroll giving a talk. I think it's well worth the price and <hes> it's it's. He's got a lot to say a lot of great trapping information there. He was one heck of a link trapper in a Martin trapper back in the days but his father Jim Carroll he <hes> he trapped for a number of years he went into Fort Yukon settled in and started trading post and he was a fur buyer for a number of years he actually went back out in on the trap line <hes> in between us some of that but when he was had some young kids kids him and fanny one year decided to go out to the old crow flats <hes> the crow flats were at the kind of the headwaters of the porcupine river raid along in around the border between Gene Alaska and the Yukon territory in Canada and the this area was just a huge mass of flat country with tons and tons and tons of water her and it was wide open not a tree insight <hes> and an water water water just flat area with all kinds of little backwater sloughs in the river and in Pothole lakes all over the place. And this water these lakes in river channels were all loaded with muskrats and back in those days in the nineteen <hes> teens muskrats Kratzer selling for three dollars a piece now it doesn't sound like much right but if you punch in in the inflation calculator three dollars in say nineteen thirteen that was worth about twenty five dollars today's Money Seurat's are paying twenty five bucks. I'm not too bad if you can go up to the crow flats and and catch several hundred of them or a couple of thousand so they decided to go up to the crow flats and in typically these guys <hes> they're out in the trampling all winter long but they would start out and they'd be trapping for <hes> links Martin Wolf Wolverine <hes> a little bit of mink and in some of the other species but they wouldn't trap for rats until L. sometime in March when when things slowed down for the other species and they were start trapping through the ice in March and then go until <hes> break-up or until the the ice melted and then when they had open water they'd shoot the rats so so this was kind of a trip to go up and and <hes> induced combination trapping and shooting there's a chapter in in his book above the Arctic Circle which you can find online <hes>. There's there's lots of copies available. It's called <hes> The crow flats and I'm GonNa read through this chapter. I am a backup for a minute to the end of the previous chapter because it gives a little introduction on the the Crow Flats Carroll Carroll says during Nineteen Nineteen Nineteen Twenty muskrats were bringing four dollars each on the firm markets. We decided to go to the old flats to catch rats. The Old Crow flats are located in the Yukon Territory Canada there about seventy miles across and contain several hundred lakes nearly all of them Radley's. Some of the lakes are ten miles in extent we decided to go to the crow flats and make our fortune catching rats. The CO flats are located about two hundred and fifty miles north of Fort Yukon by dog team. We'd have to double trip all the way with two dog teams in order to take plenty of grab traps and stretchers. This would mean a trip of five hundred miles with double tripping from Fort Yukon we had to Toboggans is one ten feet in one seven feet long fanny would use the smaller one four dogs in hall. The baby's betting stove intent. I was to haul dog feed grub traps etc.. My Toboggan was sixteen inches. Wide fannies is fourteen inches inches wide. I also hauled a large canvas to make a Scou- to float down the Crowe River after ice went out when we were planning this trip. A lot of the old timer said we've never make it and if we did make it we've never stand the climate it was tough country alright alright almost treeless snow blowing in making drifts so one could hardly cut them with an axe and blizzards that blew snow through tents but we figured if trappers have made it in years past. We should be able to stand it too. That's a good outlook. Hey someone else I figured it out someone else will do. We ought to be able to do it right. That's that's a tough people say that that's funny. All Right Chapter six the crow flats. We finally got started on our long trip to the crow flats on April first I had already moved six hundred pounds of our stuff as far as Schuman house which used to be a small Indian settlement seventy miles from Fort Yukon. I use the seven dogs in my large Toboggan with this load. I went along quickly making the trip in four days. I let the dogs rest one day before leaving for Yukon are loads were not too heavy from Shuman House. We moved to a place called old village and other deserted Indian settlement twenty miles from Shuman House. Each of these way places had at least one old tin stove in them left there by trappers who traveled up and down the porcupine river their windows had been broken years before stopping. One of these cabins was just a bit better than camping out in the Open Finian. The two youngsters stayed in one well. I went back with the dogs to Shuman House bringing forward the goods we had left there. We tried after that to make it a practice of not making over fifteen miles a day. This would allow meter round trip the next day we had to set up tent and stove if we stopped if no old cabin was available. The next deserted village was called burnt paw. This was over twenty miles above old village. This made a long.