17 Burst results for "Ron Foster"

"ron foster" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Environment to be in because you've got people to chase. You've gotta stay group. You know, you've got so euro Sullivan, of course, hugely experienced a Nick huge experiencing in coaching. Guiding you towards either your Columbian in further goes. Yeah. Of Nick having he also coached Benita don't. But she's Lisa Willis now. So the training that we are doing is beneath today. So when he sets the trainee noise. Yeah. What she did. And she ended up running to twenty two. I think at London so he's obviously had experienced coaching higher. And then now main Sinead a new that he knows what he's doing. So I just kind of have the trough seventy said, and yeah, just get it done. Really? So of to code of other areas to to buy one briefly. These shoes. Did you wear the fancy shoes? Nice. I got the next sense. I guess fuzzy she's the next percents. No, I'm not quite up to it. But what I do know is that every single podium men's women's will same shoes. Yes. I got nice. The next nine cents a week before London marathon, I wore them in two sessions, but there won't be quite small sessions because it was only a week before the race. And I liked them. But I will the four percents in the race just because of several in the four percents for a million races on in trading. So I didn't wanna risk wearing the new shoes just for America's like I said, so many things can go wrong. It's wanted to eliminate as many things that could go wrong. So I thought what why would I change my shoes a week before the race? Let us just stupid. I'm happy with my all the shoes these shoes oversea meant to be better. 'cause I called the next percents and they do over any good. But also, it's too risky. I just made the decision to old shoes which the four percents, but to you stuck with this sort of. Okay, I'm gonna stick with the shoes. I know and comfortable with which is what we would advise people to do is that clear. Yes. I Adam said to me before the rice. Would you stand on the start line having any doubts wearing your old four percents? And I said, no. And he said Wendy stand on the sideline having doubts wearing the next cents. And I said, yes. And he was like, well, then you not wear the next percents because he had doubts. Yeah. That's was you'd be like Sinead running around these shoes in the tent. Why did do that today? So a couple of days before the race in my hotel room running down the corridor. One four percent one next which better. And then it was he just the fact that item said that, you know, about the doubts and how trained a million times and won the big hall for four percents. And I did the world champs in the four percent. So I just knew the shoes were not gonna fail me. So I thought well, I don't wanna get bliss the win the next percents. I want risk at this time. But hopefully, I can train in them now and whether for the world champs is that the prime. So that was one other question actually, you've got the world championships later on the year visually. You will inside the qualifying time for that is the world championships. Target later in the year. Yes, I always had the target of during the world champs because Nikolai decided that one it will be another chance to qualify for Tokyo. Because if you're in the top ten it's another qualifier. So we thought well, why would I not do that? And then also Iran for Great Britain. I love representing Great Britain. So why would I not want to take opportunity? And then also I think it will be good to practice in the heat as well 'cause Tokyo's g gonna be ridiculed the race starts seven AM. And it's going to be about it could be forty degrees. So I thought well Doug Hawes also going to be hot. So it'd be good a good chance to practice running in the heat doing American. So yeah. Always put out that. I wanted to run run in Doha just for those reasons ready. So yeah, that's my that's my next goal. I guess I just thought about running and then get going for that. How much confidence has has this run given you for competing at the next at the next level because like running to thirty as a marathon runner female marathoner is an exceptional time. Yeah. But take this the very best way. It's not going to. It's not quite up. There is it in tonight. It's not doing it's not quite good enough. And so when you go to something like the world championships with a tooth thirteen year. Puckett, you know, you're good. But it's gonna take something you've especial. Whereas now, you'll going with a superbly-paced evenly run to twenty five in your pocket, and actually my view. Then it becomes a very different ballgame and a lot of things can happen. Yeah. I mean in two thousand seventeen wants the world chumps echo in good shape. And I ended up coming thirteenth and offer that rice I saw on definitely not taste when he nine runner. I can definitely Ron foster than that PV just because coming the thirteenth. I was being people that had run to twenty five twenty six. So then I thought oh, yeah. Definitely run a lot faster. So doing that two thousand seventeen now I think, oh if all star team in two thousand seventeen in this kind of the two twenty nine runner, I obviously come higher now that does help, but has will be imposed a process. So see I did start to two thirty two. And then started to take off all the older minutes of my time. So I did I did start at that level. So yeah, I think it's been a long kind of process. I haven't just. Come into running American run t- twenty five even. Yeah. Running the world chumps of the year that time the Iran. I mean that position sorry. It was worth a lot more than two twenty nine. So I think yes, just been part of a process or any time moving into the world translates won't in the new fully recovered with a brief chat before. But you said he'd recovered quite quickly after London this year. He I always like to take off like five to seven days just to relax ready because of the trainees so intense that nice to give your legs embody a chance to recover. So I did take off a bit of time when away for a couple of days. But yeah, but now and running just thought to build up again. But yeah, see no rush to get into marathan training. Banks have a bit of time now till the world champs. So I just probably get back into Ken K training and try and charge kief up in my ten K trading partners, which will be hard. I was fun the hardest 'cause I'm not very far some really slow. I could just run long time. So China keep up with them will be will we hard? Yeah. It'd be good challenge. And then stop but marathon training later on in the year.

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"ron foster" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Oh, yeah. I'm here. I think that really changed the, you know, at least in the first half anyway change the momentum because yeah, the blazers took the opening got their first they wanted to toss. Relax receive. They drove fifty one yards on the ground again. And that kind of a grinding out offense. It wasn't a fancy offense. Jim strong Tommy Reiman or or hammered away at the at the uh at the at the Americans defense really ripped off one run of twenty four yards. You got to the five or even start around. Right. Ed dole for the for the end zone. And like you said it looked like he he'd crossed the goal line broken plane as they say and before he fumbled the ball, but they called it a touch back to the ball with through. It taught me reamin said as he crossed the goal line. He would sit and he fell the ball drop to the ground rolled out of the end zone. So the television replay like you said confirmed the score, but the official order to touch so again. That change they the complexity of least the first half where they fell behind because I think that you know, they were you know, changed the momentum. They had that mobile. They had scored that touchdown. Like, you said it could've been a whole different ballgame. It could have been a ball game where the blazers were, you know, get down early lead take the to the crown out of the game. And who knows where it went went into like, you said, it could've been a even more in inspirational an amazing story, then if they won the game, especially on road in Birmingham. But you know, it was not to be was again, and, you know, against that us against them kind of a mentality that you know, it seemed like everybody was against them. The whole the world seem to be against is just us. But you know, brand was marina team didn't get that twenty to nothing lead on the blazers. Again, they in Bob Davis back. He was back from the injury. They came back and. And scored twenty one points toward the end of the you know in all of them in the last last quarter Davis hadn't even completed the past till the the first day of the first plane last quarter. And he like you said had a seventy six yard putt returned by Ron foster who took it on his own twenty four when all the way and that brought them within one point the difference in the game was that the American scoring in action point, which was the extra point they used in the WFL. You couldn't kick it you had to use a runner pass for it. And he blazers couldn't convert on their action points. That was really the difference in the game was just an excellent point. But if they had that touchdown stand up at the beginning of the at the game. Like, you said who knows it could have been a completely different story, even more consideration and more amazing that they would have won the championship after it happen to. All right. So let's finally talk about the aftermath then after this game after in the weeks after. What happens to the magic? Check of Bob Prentice. What happens to the team? Give us a sense of sort of were winds up. And I guess I'll give you a little hint here or little setup that there was a great quote..

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"ron foster" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"You know that that was an important part of the of the game to they want some games with block kicks interceptions run backs. They're they're kick return guys were. Great Ron foster was a rookie from the harbor was a great kick returner. And they had some other guys that were you know, that, you know, could return kicks and did it very well. So they they were good on the special teams and good on defense. The offense was cut of this kind of one of those lunch bucket kind of offense where they didn't. They weren't really flashy. I mean, you know, had Riemann who was really good running back. But you know, Bob Davis was the quarterback. He did get out of his punch with the saints. And instead of starting in seventy five he actually ended up playing for the team and seventy four he was a solid veterans be backed up name if the jets he played with the saints. He bounced around for a while when he was a solid veteran had a good arm. He was a good leader people believed in and he was good on the field with the team. So it was it was a team that they stuck together. They had a good attitude then some good leaders on on the field again like Larry Grantham on defense. Larry ealy who was another lot linebacker. Mike MacBeth would played since the sixties with the bills and a couple other teams. They had these defensive veterans and not so much on offense. They had quite a few actually rookies on offense, which is surprising again. Because party was such a disciple of George Allen. He wouldn't start a rookie. If somebody put a gun to his head. I don't think but party at least believe in someone rookies and was was was willing to use them. But yeah, they they they kept winning. They they lose a game here there, and it was very close. Then laganes. They lost were not they didn't get blown out. They lost to Memphis by like, eight points Birmingham, by one point. Then again, one point to the the which is kinda still embarrassing to some of the players. If you ask them. They were team that the wheels wonder on the game from so they they don't like to look at that as a as a positive because of the fact that was just a that was their only victory in the whole season. But you know, they're there they just they were consistent winter again, if they lost it wasn't by much, but they were very solid team. Very good on defense. Again, just a very workman-like on off as it wasn't a flashy off as like some of the teams and WFL like the Philadelphia with came Cochran and somebody other teams use a lot of different sets and wild offenses. They just basically just random random ball passing. They had to and they found success was it. They were very good at that. I so enlighten me and us our audience into sort of what's going on with paychecks. And and the business of of the of the franchise, right? Because it's it's remarkable. How well this team did on the field..

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"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

Survival in Motion

06:27 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

"Okay. So there you have it. That was my interview with prepar author Ron foster about unusual preps, especially his latest book, which I can't say enough good things about old farts survival guide, and as long as that interview was it might be worth listening to a second time because there was a lot that we discussed in that interview that is not only unusual, but you kinda have to hear them make the case. Like, for example, that was the first time I've ever heard anybody try to make the case that after a societal collapse. It might be a good idea just to stay in town. Instead of joining everybody else who might be trying to leave town at the time. I'm not sure if I'm fully convinced honestly. But I don't think I've ever heard the argument made that if there's a total societal collapse that might be a good idea just to stay put. In the town where you live. So that was interesting. So definitely a lot of discussion of unusual preps there with author Ron foster. I wanna thank Ron foster for joining me. All right. I'm going to change gears a little bit here and announce my latest book that I've been working on. It's a fictional book. It's called EMP NYC, and it will be out soon. This is a sequel to my last fictional book. EMP the end of the grid as we know it which came out a couple years ago. So it's been little over two years in the making it seems like I've been wanting it to come out long ago, but I've had personal issues that have gotten in the way and distracted me being time. But I'm happy to say that this book EMP NYC will probably be out. Well, I'll put it this way. It's a very high likelihood that the book will be released at the end of March. So be watching for. That EMP in Weiss E as in New York City. It is now registered on Amazon has a his been number. And when it gets released at the end of March, it will be exclusive on Amazon, and that means it will be available to people on kindle unlimited. I it will be published as a kindle book version, and then it will be published who knows days weeks, months, probably weeks later as paperback version, and then after that there will be an audio version available this book EMP in my Siebel be more of literary book, and it would be less of an obviously instructive prepar book than the first EMP book was if you might remember that I m p book, I think it was chapter five just as an example, the protagonist Jim took off his backpack. And then I spent a couple of paragraphs going through what he had in that pack pack. That's something. That's just kind of obviously a teachable prep aspect of that book. There will be a lot of teachable prepar issues in this next book, but it will be a little bit more disguised. You know? Anyway, I'd like to say this it will be more literary, and there will be more focus on the story instead of just teaching preparations. There's a lot going on in this book EMP in my see the scenes will be all over. I wrote down. What's going on in this book? It starts off with a kidnapping outside of Tokyo. It goes onto there's a conference call with the president's chief of staff, the CIA director and several other government officials regarding Iran being caught in rich ING uranium and making very small nuclear bombs. There will be a scene on a cruise ship. There will be many landmarks in New York City. Described in the book, there will be an appearance by the Israeli intelligence agency named Mossad and as the book progresses massad at first is not on the same side as the protagonist in this book. Eventually they become United on the same side. There will also be a waiting in Tennessee. There will also be an airplane ride. There will also be a small nuclear bomb taken apart and armed with a detonator. There will be Saron gas attacks. There will be phosgene gas attacks. There will be in. Why use students who are part of the massad? There will be scenes at Washington square nearby in y you and New York City, including there will be a scene inside the marble arch at Washington square. There will be a riot in central park. There will be suicides from. From tall buildings including the Empire State building. There will be scuba diving inside the New York City subway system, and on and on and on and on this book has a lot that's going on including gun nuts being glorified, which I enjoy doing that in books. So there will also be several references to movies some of them not so hidden, but some of a little bit more subtle. So there's a lot that's going on in this book EMP in Weiss, e if you want to be notified of the release of this book what you can do is go to Amazon click on the link for author Cal Wilson. And then click on that yellow tab to follow author Cal Wilson on Amazon or you can sign up for Email notices at the survival in motion podcast. That's what's going on with this book. Like, I said it's going to be called EMP. In Weiss e and it will be released at the end of March. And I'm looking forward to that. I've spent a lot of time I've enjoyed writing this book, and I'm really looking forward to the reception of this book. It's a great book. I think so anyway, be watching for the release of that book. I hope he found today's episode of the survival in motion podcast to be informative and educational. I hear the music that means our time is up. Thank you for joining me. God bless.

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"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

Survival in Motion

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

"Carbon. Oh, yeah. It's a liver action. You know, wouldn't tell sites accurate, but auction shore Schnitt thing, and it's about as loud as a sound leading. I like about twenty twos, you know, for most every gun out there. You gotta have ear protection when you sit. And I shot a twenty two revolver a few months ago and my ears were bringing a little bit. But it's nothing like a are fifteen or K forty-seven, those things are really loud. But a twenty two is. Okay. I mean, you can shoot that like this air seven I was shooting at just the other day without any ear protection. I don't feel like my ears were hurting after that. Downside that. All of ever heard of about complain about the stock is like overbuilt so complete. It's a little faster of small person smaller free. Frieder key. But they can just fine. He's just compensate. Only thing I've ever heard just things that finishes. They put on there doesn't Reuss, but wait up. I mean rely he'll only little moose and caring mother one on upside they over and try. Next day. Let the month. Okay. This great cooling barrel that the. The beginning of your book. You've got several lists of what you would put into survival kit, and there's some photos here too. And I noticed you've got some twenty two ammo, but a whole bunch of other stuff. Survival kit. There's good they said one don't advocate Premgi's allocates payroll. But that's say because a girlfriend whom we got a little bit. He put everything think. Oh, damn bag wasting looks. Right. You learn how to reclaim that woman box. Neagle Jews friends, and then I just had moved to. It looks like there's a lot of useful stuff. But not anything superfluous. You know, you got the multi tool, you gotta whistle compass you can use. If you're desert ground spill, the like a suitcase about lipping is still open thing. Breaking the circulation of you can do water out the history of taking them to the park to get you water. So you that won't all that means a real military expert ahold of it if you had to you could turn circle to to a slingshot. You can use some of this for fishing, and you just connected to the end of a tree. It looks like. Date to. This to you. He spent a couple of dollars WalMart. You're ready to go there, but doesn't figure like you cured Behmen trenchant to buy the worst thing. I can't worms anytime awful to what. Do I come across any? Have everything spec the mystery, and you can't go buy one of these things all the like many marshmallows would attractive. This is called power bait, right? To go. See you got Japan, which is a huge game changer, and with the multitude will you can fix it got it. And then with the rest of the stuff in this box here, you can cook. It looks pretty good. In two thousand three oh, still everybody on the easily rigs that we I was in the. And they got a book pack after that in there will poncho in survival. I'm gonna go. Need? But. You got to be the we talked about that earlier, you know, to me pancho's survive until you get. And you have ready access in back. But they we used to out your boots Basel Busey's making look at the top. But what the co plows and rivers, but would hang onto the back of our built. But blouse review of start Ponant radio. Respect pulled thing up thing, you go you keep a woken. They didn't even doing this. Right. Right. So I got a whole bunch of experience doing that coast. This makes because of this the thing that people don't think about you have everything, but you can't get to read over how to. Right. Exactly that you need to do some trial runs. Now the poncho. I talk about one of my books that not only can use it for rain. But as a tent, and you and I were talking earlier about in the south because of all the bug issues. There poncho can keep you from being eaten up by bugs. Tell you what you. You know, like come up about him Leedle sleep wrapped up late. You're not going to be very 'cause you know hiding our band or something in the Louis, right? But you also do what we call read books or ticks or whatever getting on in do that. But if you're in you could take thing. One son won't side. Little put it in a container. You have more surface collect green? You can feel a punch and as quick would ruin water for drinking purpose. The useful word now, you're eighty. Play and the game McGovern. News wanna do come on with the woman bright and think of what he's gonna punch up this moved to come over twelve. For. Yeah. The only drawback I've ever will theorized that I've never seen it happened. But the punch oh a lot of times they have strings hanging down. So be careful if you're working on a engine or something, you know, that might get wrapped in there. But otherwise, yeah, right ponchos, you can use them for a whole bunch of different things. Went to dump from Alabama cold out freedom filter. Do what kind of cool is this? And I'm on gird duty in taught me this tricky, take one. Mt. Candles in you squad them groomed. Would that punctual it put at TK? That he could help to t into a bona Japan show. Any will stay warmonger to you know? I mean, it's like the difference between night and day. Yeah. Or we'll thanks for. It's been in so much time with us here today is there a website? Our listeners can get a hold of you or Chandler. Lers who room both to alter room foster river, and you're going to see Besim, videos and links and everything else on there. And then moment it was only playing books out here back in the day. When I was basically started this was only three doing this. You know? Fiction genre. So I've been around loan much fun. If you don't Camille Twitter Twitter, don't they still have time. Marie. The answer questions feel free to contact me. They to do. Well, thanks again for joining us here at the survival emotion podcasts and all the best to you. And hopefully, we can refer a lot of people do your books that sound like they're really very informative. I won't come down there. Some specter in Alabama. Oh. Give good fishing and Lou gets barbecue. It's worth the trip right there. Thanks again run. Okay.

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"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

Survival in Motion

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

"On. Yeah. Well, that's pretty unheard of prep one of your chapters here, you talk about guns special that a are seven which got my attention because that's a twenty two rifle that I really like. Sponsored by the what many of the interviews arrival. They improved a lot of people try to do this. Same good before that was carried by the air force. They miss that. It was a JIMBO Matic. Got that thing refined never had a hang up for them. Shut bows rounds of renew older would ever be goon, you can shoot. Like, we're saying the difference. When you they are post. Squirrels revs awesome. Tripled down here. Do poacher shoes. Toilet too. Hitch. Disagree rebel expensive to Burke rounds. I mean, you carry, you know, hundred rounds twenty two that you both the twelve dollars around the shock. Right. Well, this all this mantles fits in the stock of the gun. And I think the reason why the air force bought a lot of them is because I think it will float I've never tested that myself. But. Flu. Like semi version leave it out there for a long time. So it's not waterproof waterproof knew that from through justify that. It won't flew for a minute you show in New Orleans. The walking around the war until the people to she tried to help back to that ship's thinks that stuff. Base. But I would go see what about with? Cool factor. We'll flu if you dropped it off your kayaker what flew flew when a simple, right? But it's not totally won't approve. You know, you have to drag out a little bit. But it's not going to the lake. He'll put it that. What? This or something just like it in from Russia with love. Texture. Need to sign on. But I'll be whoa complicated machines because hold is the middle two different sense holes. But I've never had any problem. Luna was shooting it within reason we're talking about screw this. You know? Thirty five years all day loan put us, you know, listen rubles. Further, but you're not supposed to shooting for that. In the one thing about what lewd on see that. They're but to they will biggest bands visual miracle built here in inner city. Another super hypersonic blues us stinger CCS fingers as powerful as you will get on. But. Stinger beautiful brigger, long raffles are fun. But if he wants. But don't put them, hyper. In their new group, you okay? Well, it occurred to me that the twenty two long rifle, I'm not sure if stinger is one of them. But after every one of these major horrible shootouts, you know, school shootings, or whatever where there would be a run on ammo at the local store because everybody's worried that everything's gonna start getting banned. It seems like there's always been a bunch of twenty two ammo still left behind. Phil we had a dirt. He could not get twenty two for loan because all the purpose or by then they were making, you know. We were going crazy that what used to, you know, Brit for six bucks, and you couldn't find them and win forty bucks greatest prices day on them yet. No twenty two a brick is by hundred rooms they room about eighteen dollars. Yeah. I mean, but you own around. She put a brick and your backpack. You do. And I'll tell you what you know what? Others. Whatever you shut when looking in the pocket for back because you like medical care, but would you shoot? No. Wouldn't it's planning in. You'd have to get good with it when that cheap Emily, you'll play arranged them Eka cooply with two. Definitely not feeling the financial guilt after shooting whole bunch of twenty twos. Like, you do with forty fives or something. Yeah. Let me, but you got a chance. Get accurate what to get good with it. I got Jesus here. Bush the aspirin with eighty. Give a toy to. What would be is always accuracy that their gifts and play around with and his phone doesn't stir neighbors, real bad, or whatever you can only long rivals particular gun. You talk about here gave me a liberal action. You know, the the twenty shorts, and that's what we do when I was a kid 'cause she's only stay about for dollar bucks. A toilet to short that. Somebody get him in the ten remembers the carving sixteen rooms and the regular rival. That's my popular my cruel. Gary every day from us. Carbon.

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"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

Survival in Motion

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

"Lookout. Got X. Sponsors. You see I got a lot of the playable boots. And they make the best flavor boot hotel. You ask them love people scared the a little boat, but got videos take cloudy with the clo- alone. You know, like ten fourteen pounds full straightened you whole. They're really make stuff. Expand that the go down here to specter alum of the two great company fishbytes, they make mostly salt water, but they'll make freshwater base against catfish. A little thing. But you do make an exit Yamane. I can't do like next. But this stuff is like fruitless and the just stink on your hands. Like rigor catfish bake, this it releases all the trails in the water. And you think it's six of visual same little piece of stuff. And instead of you know, like how and do all this stuff their kitchen. This is cool. So you can look up on YouTube is not just say there's a lot of people show when you how easy these uses when you go either by these little cheeks survival fish it gives you don't know what to do that. Nobody ever got them. Like they encourage bait which go that marshmallow baking teen or do something. So this is the one we're going towards right now. And I'm like, but this stuff, and they're so when you if the the recent go fishing, you're not out there digging around with nerd turn to chase grant suffer some, you know. Twenty-one come looking at survival fishing one a one. Titian about it the gorge in their own filter. You to see there's a movie that I don't live up Near Net, and I read for proper dot over girl. So the, but I didn't want to steal the picture because drew these Fisher. Anyway, I don't remember the soccer team went down the Indies while and ended up eating each other. And that was like cannibalism and world cause damage survival skills. They're right next to of string full of salmon trout, they got a whole plane that could salvage of new by Nevada do that. 'cause my one trick that I'll tell you about say Dan here in the south of g grew up around sidewalks. You know, we stick popsicle sticks. I'm so people do grouper dirt Russo yet excuse me, you know. Experienced that you find your rock. Sure of nothing about this. Tell you land a middle of stuff that thing down the grasshopper. Whatever. Falls ago sideways fruit. Come official twit. That's great. They have would Detmer house it. I'm trying to teach you go out in the woods underwear 'cause you have some spring he'll gigabit against the string and you live next water anywhere. Abyss thing. I teach anybody person I'm skill which pants on kids. Jimmy like that whole playing there by the thinking about each other. Thank you. The car to me that there's some people on EBay who sell belts that are just woven together para cord in something like that would come in really handy if you wanted to go fishing, and here's something I noticed from your book. This is in champion twenty one page three eighty one you can use an old beer can and make the flip top thing into a hook that you can use to go fishing. I think. Very cool. The South American beer. A direct back to that. That's what they see. Okay. Yeah. They put the dirt back into Kenyan outta make because they may the specialist of this original, but regular work fun. That I'm looking at looks kinda like the regular American flip top just that you need to kind of cut into one path of it. And then pull it out. Cookson the sit. Yep. Not go spend hours now whereas turn to curve ships legacy. If you go to any history museum, you'll see this gorgeous, Georgie, the native Americans Medusa for years, and all is is like the buttons on the coat that look like they're wove into collect phony tuned suffist Gore's, you just feel to the size of the fish is you wanna make a catch with. That here on the pages in that chapter. That's pretty handy. You can pre Lance out by the time you make one fish. If you don't have to. And it's a different way of fiction. Swallow on that thing and efficiently fish, okay? This ball. Okay. Well, that's good to see. How 'bout water purification, especially when you're waters, only salt water will tell us. I'm getting old over here and pill the girl like shit is to pay most they down here last year for years. So would I get but I'm going to Florida I won't seek. And I'm old areas. And I'm going to is move touristic centre. Everybody's gonna be out there because nobody knows how easy is to convert salt water into freshwater. All right. So you basically that I will tell you this way to salad bowls this. Serena rent. Right. Warm Saturday, the put Saran wrap over the top. After you put the water on the side of the smaller balloon Bill. So we'll have to lead up in the sun. You got put rock on the top of the Saran wrap drips into the center just as a week, and you now cover show to Frisch wilder doesn't still there's a thousand ways of doing that. But back to the water worst evacuated area. Right. If you get war, you gonna leave leave or die, right? So Woodham evaluating how going to live or not leaving an area? I won't know how many people there for one thing on what their mentality is will new was gonna also tell people don't get cocoa onto the waterhole because you know, the printers going to be there. Right. I mean, if everybody's who leave town with the nearest water thing. He doesn't have everybody there. You trouble. It is devoted. But that's the great migration. That's how she actually works. I try to teach people to. Page two fifty eight on what you just described Saran wrap and salad bowl and smaller bowl inside it. And I guess just leave it out in the sun and you come back, and you've got some fresh water. Because basically what it does. Like steam rises that we do cook steam, you can distill this do that. Easiest way. I've moved filler don't be learn how flinch into areas and crap like that. There's so much stuff that just lays on the side of the road in modern day society us, if you know what it is. But any kind of water that you wouldn't feel good drinking directly you can use this to purify it. A below ground. Still which you're familiar would accept her uses. You know, you try to get this taste became fine. If you can pay on side of thing. Better. You have the ship this still pure water? I post on the perpetrator, or what should they ever shoe? They got these gerbers key is no clear plastic bags in. There is the spills, right? A town out city is a desert. So if I was begging stick that over pre breach pictures of poses of Bush would've I mean is can hard the trouble, but pretty much everything new that was fun. Just put this country breaching still sweat water out of the leaves the bag. You can actually get water. This guy had to do to get a town you walk into town. You won't speech in the city the water, right? One of the bags. They usually opus building do says clear plastic bag just you're taking over a branch ticket out right, which leaves unless it'll drip border in the corner of the bag. You have to like, you whole water or offer do whatever you won't is like cover. All don't just tell you that. That's how you got won't wouldn't nobody else does around saying you'll stay city everybody else's outbid down and kill each one hole. I was think of contractor bags as bags to keep survival. But these clear bags would be good exactly for that reason to bring water out of a tree. Yeah. That's to forty seven. And then I guess maybe a pair of cord to tie it on.

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"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

Survival in Motion

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

"Of the backyard with that. Now, what's everybody has a book out of it? You die. You know, ten cows more not spending so much survival. Well, I wanted to mention the old fart survival guide that I bought the paperback version that I think there's a handful of non-fiction prep book that I think every prepar should consider having their library. And this is one of the one thing I like is that there are a lot of photos and drawings throughout this book. And this is something I did with my book thirteen valuable crapping in dirty valuable survival retreat because you can learn a lot just by seeing a photo in their lot of photos in here. And it's kinda difficult to do when you're publishing a book because every once in a while, especially with e books, it messes things up, but for the paperback book, it's really helpful. I think. We've talked briefly before the interview about tramp listener and whatnot. Skill airbud in these than you also only touch on some things that not allow people think about so for your listeners, and we'll tell you spend a dollar. Wristy love how about that. One. You lose by two two dollars three dollars one dollar, whatever, you know. I don't keep it wouldn't be a big box of tools when you go into some of these places using. Using. You are strippers because when the grid goes down every single plug and you have to look anymore. And you'll have any money to buy a whole bunch here. All the snare where you need right there. If you hear that worshipers, the do not a Royal pain. They get dollop here wire strippers, you're in business snare that will catch you know, animal the can eat. About a lot of people get all. Strangling dangling like he'll hang some tree. C N was when they want to they used to buyers just kind of pushed away through it. If you get disappear relaxes near without a monitoring spirit. Sucker when you come down. There'd be rented stick or something because it's a live, right? But you gotta if you had a dollar dippers shooting in the mall, and you got your whole house, full electric accords. Put that out skew they catch dogs. You know, whatever ever comes by those more games out of the city. The news lose by the way because you live over here. Awesome to gender. You got your teens and twenty four seven for you live me backyard. Would that knowledge you can go anywhere? If you wanna get but do not have Carol the snares unique and everything, but you've got all these houses have copper wiring loaded up. What he won't to on the says a game you can win after. Interesting that you're saying that there might be more edible animals in the city than out. That's always always you can find a two million gig reports out there because see animals coming would easy. We got trash we've got these places from live in. So there's more animals in the city living that you've been there are in the country a couple squirrels per acre here, but you parking in the tree full of. It works the same way. So you don't necessarily want to be thinking about booking because we're all food is here that the grease equalizer of any boogie in the people talking about cities and whatnot. Like, you know on. This surely be the first one to run out there. You will be there. He'd lifted was because she was water watershed up you got three days. Right. And they're going hand for the nearest river, liquor, whatever the water. That means buys going. But you were smart you Sturt water. You knew how to collect water you. Do whatever you can stay with all those resources and you're not out in the middle with new game. Interesting. I'm just looking at its chapter nine in your book basic survival snaring in substance tramping, winnow one. This is a great chapter. It looks like you can use bungee cords to and you. Okay. What this looks really helpful and several drawings and photos here. I'll get you there. Also chapter Kitching, you've backyard put your time and that, but like oh saying it, you smart, you got this big block Raji went down, the Sam soul. Silly twenty five pounds of rice books. Right. Whatever kitchen for spices. What you get these ADD birds? Here's a month. Say is also. If you don't know how could you bird, reduced eve, what the bird eats insects in words, and I don't plan on the those. So learn how to get your bird. He won't be good. Chapter ten. That's good information. It looks like. Okay. Thanks. I wanted to ask you, you know, this book, by the way, if your muscles start to atrophy you can use it to weightlift, by the way. Goo good. It's good. But it's their thing. I think you need a little of out. They don't think about all the books even though that's her pitch pages. You know? You know, my boosters at least all thing is not in that. And it should be a lot more than in those six books. Never trip. United talked about the possibility of a bug out boat. What can you tell our listeners about that? Figure this way, you're in a big city. Oh, civilizations. Bill real waterways. Mostly you the Rouge clogged. Right. How about if you get to book out of the cities to letter you had to give would. When you got your water source of Boondi worst. You don't have to carry that issue. There's this. You can kill the move lead on the boat, and he possibly carry on your back you can drift down a route known and you'll see your morning, drinkable, water, whatever you have been at the shot to sit the deer stand. It just makes perfect. One of the cities along the intercoastal waterway. That's a good point. Five out here right now. Well, the book called the book out that was coolest ever get a light on the cover that thing of oh called a tetrapod. And it looks like a ammo carrier for trailer. The what it is. It's a JIMBO NATs trailers extra game everything else. And then we'll get we're on. It's about. Things solar in amiss. Oh from Atlanta, Florida. We're room solar power with trouble. Lookout.

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"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

Survival in Motion

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

"Is. Thank you for your service, aren't so what got you writing about all this. Bekker's men. Those been like a million dollars till there buddy, the forego converse Costa prepare for hurricane that. We had happened every year. And so their message is not getting out and trying to figure out for years. How it prove that message? I'm like okay was doing a job gees up. Hold on in the background. But I said all right. I can write much Dory. A you some basics during his term of poise. Well, what's coming on? I believe in the world stuff. But I do keep track of solar of that successor. How average person ready set go in when I had my person won't be land with power, you know, how to use and what kind of person could do just by reading store. When you wrote about the Carrington event, the book was called, Peru. Marsha was for phone. And then during that time we had a lot of people to come and go. But I mean this back in the day all the top U two channels go phone, so we all do the book and people learn stuff, and then the way I write things I was like explain people like my guys walking down the room. We have all these women's shoes whom side of the road because they're having to walk. So always carry appear sensible shoes in there because he'll go to work. And now you're having to walk. You don't have that just make people think outside the box, you know. You work. But I mean, if you got to walk home with those that you'll have any shoes now. Speaking of twenty twelve I think that was the summer when it was revealed maybe a month or two later that the earth missed a coronal mass ejection by like. Okay. That's ooh. Bad about two years. So we're right. Always people top up on with things on you're right. You're right. You know, I we've just barely goes to bullet. They told everybody. Listeners who don't know a coronal mass ejection is kind of like sunspot that blows out a lot of electromagnetic pulse towards the earth. And we know of one strong event that happen. I think it was eighteen fifty nine or something like Carrington event, and that blew out a lot of telegraph lines. But there wasn't that much electronics back then and it's speculated that now if something similar happened. It would be just like total catastrophe. Over the years. Even though we say that that's the district court event. They're changing that now where they're saying it can be Tim kinds of amount. We have experienced you implement spread. Now, we're solar minimum or Shiels are down. So explorer bit can cause the same catastrophe in to to read it towards what they call the over minimum, which is your mini ice age. All so. And. On that. Oh, you have an initial list that we we've never heard of was experienced in schools to even touch on that some things like what you're doing. Now to get the word. Here's what we're really doing. You'll like it for this and not be surprised by these catastrophic offense by that you're going climate change is supposed to be and know freaks near you know. Have you ever written a book about grid attacks or anything? Really good one will like phone Q, but was watching degree and the wounded crime virus? They put out of the goodness is put in our giving says kicking down, the financial systems, etc. We can do other things with that for wrote a plausible scheme. We call it rid team. And when I was in the military, we're pretend like the terrorist, and what I do take something down and would be the one that like green teams how prevent that. But you gotta rid team refers you're gonna figure out how you do. What yourself, you know? So he had did not ability that they did it. You know, we're gonna do to you know, so he took down their thing. So I did that in a book. Vallon was smoking Skillet smoking Skillet. Okay. So called it the military the newer is like a smoking spiel. And then the whole thing is based on like, we're cookie something good smoking skew. Then you pick your that and gonna give fire center, and then we did. Apocalypse, your which combined three books every wool Shimono until I got sixty. But it was well take three boots combine them all together into one book title, so the customer save some money. You know, it's it's sales you when you're competing Amazon because it was will say, all right. If you go to like kindle books, it here pay ten dollars a month get to read as much as they won't won't sell off site. But I can't because this is. Lucid put all three put wide as what we call it with. I wanted to mention Mark Goodman has a book on exactly what you talked about cyber warfare. But when I was about to mention in two thousand thirteen in this happened right around the time of the Boston marathon and that terrorist attack over on the west coast. There was a physical attack against an electrical substation. And that was April twenty thirteen. I forget the. Tree. That is if source get outta seeing that some of the lose media's up too, many people talked about the military army times or something like that talked about that was targeted say that you got like all those transformers. And he said there was a sniper rifle or whatever used to be shot. Right. And you know, exactly what the don't sit there. And just you know, exactly what hit the take. They have an infrastructure system that what took out the whole silicon ballot NC really the book on the same area there. It'll do very what am I gonna spend the backgrounds? Mercy. Mid do arch term, sir. Okay. A spill capital. A or smoke gap list or? Is at lispier river. The case times of thousands storm it actually rained before forty days and forty nights back in the the thing was getting down to. In California's the governor was elected to come to give them nog greeted route. But the whole Los Angeles, the Bali goes underwater, and it couldn't happen. Again. That's already predicted are known there in the light playing those of the company how to get everybody out there. Imagine the crypts and the blue hills English Redman seeing route to get blown everybody else. Right. Here we go. So we call that California. But the big. Hayward fault earthquake? But what you just mentioned there. Now, wait a couple of places as we speak. The worst mistakes can have some rain. Nothing's going on right now. I don't keep up with everything. But the further they're going to have this group for going on right now, not the huge one. But they should and the whole system where they're right and they're her time. And now they're shields. That's in the news. For all that we write about as far as the MP and all this. Let's face it. The average proper is probably more wisely allocating their prep resources to the you know, like a tornado or hurricane or a flood or something, you know. I mean, I respect you to prep, you know, dome out. They get him a thousand rounds to twenty three 'cause I ask are you going to war? Are you going? What are you what two to three? You can't even squirrel, you know, rabid snow. This I got to watch thirteen fourteen years what girls about cow pasture you ever date with a BB gun or a pill again, they can be themselves. You gotta battle rifle. What did you do your only prepare particular you go? I mean neighbor when you run out of food by got good, you'll be shooting each other. Getting don't have the skills that tells you need to truly survive. Teen, which is fun to shoot. But I don't think there'd be much left of like a squirrel or rabbit. What this money into people the dead on that you go to buy your busy eighty style. Beanie lagoon slash right. 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"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

Survival in Motion

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Survival in Motion

"Uh? The survival emotion podcast adept prepared survive. Hello everyone. This is author. Cal Wilson like to welcome. You to another episode of the survival in motion podcast on today's podcast. What I'm gonna do is have an interview with survivalist author Ron foster, and we're going to be talking about many unusual preps. And especially we're going to be going over his book that was recently released entitled old farts survival guide, which I believe is a very good prep book, and this should be one of those paperbacks that belongs in your prep library. It's a very good book. This book is about five hundred pages. It's so it's a big thick book. And I don't think I'm exaggerating. When I say, I think every four or five pages there's another photo or drawing or diagram or something. And I think in nonfiction. Proper books. That's the way you can learn the quickest by just looking at a photo. That's why I did it with my two nonfiction prepar books dirt cheap valuable prepping and also dirt cheap valuable survival retreat. Although my books are not nearly as big as his books, but in all of the books here, you're talking about a lot of photos a lot of diagrams. I think an old fart survival guide is probably a good idea. Just leave it on your coffee table in your living room and you'll have family members come by. And just say, hey, what's this and they'll just thumb through it? And if you have family members, you'd like to educate on this stuff, you know, you could do a whole lot worse than just looking through this book and checking out the photos and diagrams and stuff it's a quick way. To learn what's going on as far as survival issue. So this is a really good book old farts survival guide by Ron foster. So I would recommend that you buy the paperback and keep that as a permanent member of your. Repor library. All right. So one thing I wanted to say before we get into the interview in the interview, we discuss animal snares, and I don't want to recommend that you do something that will get you thrown in jail. So before you do that. It's a good idea to double check. Maybe you can Google your local state the state that you're in and see if that's legal to use in your state or we've had a number of listeners outside the United States. If you're outside the United States. It's also probably good idea to double check online to see if animal snare usage is legal in the country where you are. So again, just keep it legal. I'm not recommending that you do anything that will get you thrown in jail, of course, on the other hand, if it's a total societal collapse. Then it doesn't really matter. Until that happens at recommend you keep it legal and double check to see if animal snares are legal in your jurisdiction. So anyway onto the interview enjoy. Okay. I'm with Ron foster here author of sixty two books, including my most recent prepar nine fiction book entitled old farts survival guide because I'm feeling kinda like, I'm an old fart. So I could use a survival guide book. So that's why I'm adding that to my own collection, but looks like a very good book. Anyway, welcome Ron foster to the survival motion podcasts. Thanks for joining us. Yeah. Should alternately before we get started. You had a an event you wanted to publicize to the listeners something in April. Call the your apocalypse is gonna be on specter Alabama stick around as the cool team. It was a we sit for the movie fish lousy wash. It was Ciller. And we're going to go down there. We had to go through many Willman lanes and the whole bunch of. Offers fishing camp. The term illegal the we live website or phone number written, apocalypse, the the populaces face. But they also have a whip based thing works good. Twos. Picking the apocalypse. Just put inspector. Paltry thing you'll see. Tell you about it. Okay in. I guess I can look that up and have the details like a phone number in the website. I'll put that in the show notes. Okay. Well, that sounds fun. Okay. Well, thanks, okay. Maybe you can tell us where you're coming from. What's your life history? What got you started? Two thousand three room ranger because notary about half. What do growing up? Bush craft or survival skills, or whatever most people hadn't been exposed to was for a lot of down. And the root for trilogy, Starwood purpose, route marchioness is like, you know, like we'll move after after come out and did the solar carriage in taking things down and way of doing things as she's survival while you're reading store because what you remember better to cure your address about bookie problem. Remember, but you always remember what to character getting it out of a situation. So then things work from the number. She heard this better. There's advantages to both nonfiction and fiction. But yeah, I totally agree that inefficient situation, you can put a protagonist or somebody in a situation where they're trying to get out and survive, and you can detail how they did it John. John boot-cut for some really rish. Get to the we did that takes backgrounds version is said, okay, I'm going into limo for job interview, a book bags twist expels away in the wrong direction. The back among member hundred miles wrong rich, and so I just did it that way and then not killer, but Michael is appear lose everything. But you mind. The NBA. We'll find what. Did you grow up as a boy scout or any grandparents tell you to be careful that kind of thing? Oh, Bush got routine grew up, but you know, my grandparents at the Greek push dear. So they had their ways. And is this kind of a maze in how that generation grew. Mcgrane advice turned out of the horse drawn, fire engines, and then he sold me little moon, and he's knows what crime crop man, what you see in your life in that that all his new stuff to get like silk. No, this all take for granted to exist. You know? My own grandparents, they weren't necessarily prepar as they did a lot of stuff that did not need power. But I mean, if there's one thing I can say that my grandmother instilled in me, she was a financial pressure. And I think growing up in the depression had a lot to do with that you know, that you just plan on the economy melting down than what are you going to use to survive and feed yourself, you know, people came back down guess deal. Do people sitting? Against movement will things course, like mom cheer. And like how much they had to save to give your permed drifts or any little small thing. That'd be back. They take next painting or something like that is looming. Really watching the opin credit curves grip. I mean either. And you really play. Well, not to go too far afield, but there's some good books out there. And I can't remember the name of the author. But it's a woman historian who made the case that FDR's new deal made it actually lasts longer. And this sounds weird. But the government answer to all that in the great depression was the titan the money supply, or at least the Federal Reserve is trying to tighten all the money instead of getting more money out there, which is like the opposite that usually works. So yeah. The whole thirties I've referred to that my book a couple of books. It must have been scary to live in the thirties. Have the economy as bad as it was. And then read the newspapers about this guy named Hitler taken over in Germany, and then what's going on with Japan? That must have been scary decade to live through. Wound up by most interest as we over a million half people during the great Britian that on the did. The census are accountable did. So there's gotta be quite a story about starving. Sitter even though you know, we had soup blinds people bashing. A disc discipline that was going on during the whole. So what? You can't do anything places spirit under saying Tino. Whole family farms were getting closed on and whole families be thrown out of work and go to suit lines. Yeah. I remember hearing some about World War Two that when everybody signed up. There was actually a problem with the enlist D's, you know, that there was such a problem with hunger in the United States at the time that win your average person signed up for the army, or whatever that they might have had physical problems, you know, just from the hunger that they were used to. They lose interest in portion of the odd June the military always laugh because I'll coach bullishly to this. They're asked their pockets bear, convertible put you in the military, and you know, every time I got it. I wouldn't cheese in with says your skill nervy. You know, like I started out to learn Tillery and all that but later on live on so. To learn electrons. Will learn dragging me a skill or trade? We owe come in. Poppy, pop out the military. You know, it was a lifestyle down here for years it restall to that. We had down here. Gird all those are clues to pretty much. So it's a whole bunch of you know, about we have over national gird for camp the won't. Then you Louis state union this personal we would want. Yeah. The military is great. You know, you serve your country. But you also learn skills that will help you get a job when you're out. Nobody won't you know, if your new pitcher moves nor to remove or something like that. That's not a Skillet crosses over. But you learn leadership. You learn the yourself and all that kind of stuff. It's a good thing to read his mind. And actually, you know, no out approach clock is.

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"ron foster" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"It'd be like this and there's a new villain any runs. Really fast. Can bury Ron foster yet? Who is probably the scientists daughters with this friend every watching some of those they quite there is it's allies. The surprise is fossil then him arrow system. It's just another guy with arrows in the Las in Lhasa. Isn't that? I watched the villain. I showed the villainous Permai Theus. And I'm like opera Macy's because he was a Justice league villain. David lay the blue ri-, I'm blue right at ease. Pay this Bill from like, the thousands that I really enjoyed he's like the reverse Batman. And I'm like, oh, this is going to be you know, what it is. It's just a guy. Shouldn't a lot hours just gonna black mosque you and a lot of hours great guns in that show some hospital Afghans? Yeah. But apparently Peres about I disagree. Yeah. It has made proven. Yeah. Anyway. So one brothers pushback fantastic based three okay? Strong July to a light autumn stops thing is a flash was supposed to film just after that movie finished finished on does. That mean, they're going to have to CGI his bulk you. They met you on my saying it's relatively noble. Hey, yeah. Sorry, Israel, obviously can't do both on starring in both. So he's gonna do fantastic base. Yes. Also as flesh this flesh have a director of the moment. I don't think we'd know who it was. Surely, you know, who it was. I wouldn't I'd probably wouldn't because I. There's no he's going to I would be a standard. He dropped fantastic base for the flash. I mean fantastic base grinding I read an article today that said that the new president of day sale the somebody. Somebody Warner Brothers was like when not focusing on the shade universe anymore went down with it. Yeah. That apparently is the case. Yeah. I mean, it's all some of them are linked. I guess, but it's more about telling you the visual stories the good old days of telling individual stories like grain Lantin. Suv member turns remember that cat woman member that and they'd just be one reference. That'd be like boy, this doesn't happen in Gotham city. And that's it. That's it was good that wasn't it. And I was bad because it didn't happen. Oh. I am so much. I never saw capital. But I still haven't say, yes, I've only know that basketball say whichever down that I'll put into a video that plays basketball league. It's Benjamin bracket. And that's that's what crippled him. Strange. Yeah. Yeah. You got data. So oddity snap in Hof which had cat bells yet kept house. Exactly. Yeah. And then he's just played in that chair. And then he went to. Whatever magical city that doctors ranges from the good one. Yeah. New gods news. I missed a miracle and big Bader going to be the lates in the villains going to be granny goodness in the female, fury's till that sounds great. I'm happy to skip all that you got shit. That's fine. But the race we've talked about that he's saying that just because Steppenwolf was so bad as villain yet that but also I find these characters why more interesting just based off that new mister miracle run. So great Celli close, and he's going to be flying them in this miracle. Yeah, man. But I think this is the good way to do it. I better than like people, you know, going. I'm the son of dockside of this. What? What? Show don't tell shirt hotel. So does this have the director of a wrinkle in time? She can do colorful that we spent it'd be crazy like it better. Not be just like the miracles a blend, isn't it? It's got an alumni normal. Like aren't the most recent Ronnie is, but it's got to be that one. Right. I kind of hope so. But I think the crazy stuff gotta be crazy I conscious be like what we saw Justice league. This is like was good it just copying. Don't give us Doug. Give us like a here..

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"ron foster" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Radio and the ESPN app. I'm Jay Reynolds. Red Sox fans pulling for the Yankees eagles fans. Rooting for say the Cowboys scenarios that are tough to envision a week seventeen in the NFL does present an intriguing situation this week Steelers are hosting the Bengals Pittsburgh trying to land a spot in the postseason. They need a win. They also need the Browns to win in Baltimore. ESPN Steelers reported Jeremy Fowler with our Wendi nix outlook. Really you got you got to win. We know that for Fitchburg. But then they'll also have to pull for the Cleveland Browns while they're getting ready for the Bengals or Wendy. It's great to be with you. And I spoke with several Steelers players in the locker room, and they all said the same thing we can make a serious run. If we can just get in the dance guard, David decastro said we can beat anybody. We can also lose to anybody which has been a bit of our problem. But let's take our aggression out on the Cincinnati Bengals. And no one here wants to be a Browns fan. In fact, guard Ron foster said, I'll never be a Browns fan, but he just hopes for a nice good clean game from Cleveland Sunday at Baltimore coach, Mike, Tom, and he's having none of that check this out Raleigh. We just focus on the things that are within our control. And from that perspective is no different than any other week. We'd better handle business in our stadium that things going on in other stadiums that could affect us but are things going on other stadiums every weekend that could affect our positioning. We better focus on the task at hand the things that are. Within our control and s our preparation and play as we push into has on Sunday. That will be the message and mentioned that stadium multiple times clearly trying to set a tone that they're not going to be score watching in Baltimore. But Thomas did say expect some unpredictability from the Bengals offense because of the mobility of backup quarterback Jeff Driscoll who's in there for Andy Dalton between Tyler board and Driscoll. They can make a lot of things happen in scramble plays on the open field. He'll be ready for that. All right. Jeremy so one question we've all had of course, is about the status of James Connor. What is it looking? Like, I think comes a high ankle sprain. Wendy right now, it's looking like questionable depending on how he participates later in the week. The Steelers are practicing right now Connor is expected for the most part today to have a lighter load. But the Steelers want to give him more and more. He's really has done nothing. The last three weeks other than some light jogging. I spoke to kinda recently. He said the issue as he feels great. But then he steps on a football field tries to cut and run that becomes a bit of an issue. But I asked Connor about some speculation that they might have been saving him for the playoffs a couple of weeks ago, swimming that they would get in. He said. I'm not saying nothing as soon as I'm ready to go. I will be out there. That's the Steelers ads for the Browns in Baltimore Ravens are within striking distance of the division. ESPN ravens reporter Jameson Hensley. We heard what the ravens said there. But how do they really feel about their playoff position? We'll Wendy many of the ravens players that I spoke into the locker room today. They feel this game conserve as redemption. And last year they were in the same position. They were ninety nine percent chance of getting into the playoffs and they failed to stop Bengals wide receiver. Tyler Boyd on four down touchdown in the final seconds of the game cornerback Brandon Carr said that game will serve as motivation for them this.

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"ron foster" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Term Jeremy Bates he thought that was gonna be the solution for whatever reason including Todd Bowles having having another rough goal, but it hasn't worked out profootballtalk reporter yesterday that the jets gonna go hard after Jim Harbaugh, which is interesting because Jim Harbaugh while he isn't that success says he wanted anyway, Michigan. He has a knack for working with NFL quarterbacks and getting the most out of them out Smith, Colin Kaepernick, Andrew luck. All those guys that played really well. And I wonder is crazy at horrible is on the outside of he's the guy can go in there and jump start that entire offense Harbaugh could handle New York media, though. No. I feel like his brother would be better equipped for that. Quarterbacks guy. So, but he is an upgrade every Todd Bowles, and they need an offensive guy to get things going after what has been years of not great football. Right. You think Mike McCarthy is going to be coaching the NFL next year? I do I think it might serve them better. Just take a year off and sort of gathering himself. But there's a shores coaches, look, we all with we're all looking for the next Sean McVeigh, we haven't been able to find him. So when that happens, you return to what you know and McCartney of the history of winning football games. Even though he had a follow up sorts of Rogers and coming back down to Carolina who finally came to the rationalization and the right decision to put Cam Newton. Would that hurt shoulder on the bench? I know Heine now Taylor heineke didn't play well yesterday in a loss at home against Atlanta. But I mean, it became abundantly clear that Cam Newton Conover longer throw the football effectively. So Rivera went on Tuesday saying that Cam was gonna play and then on Wednesday. They put them on the bench. And that was the correct decision when you're thinking about the long term health of that franchise. Yeah. I mean, if you saw the way he was struggling against the saints. You couldn't even throw the ball twenty yards down the field. There was no reason to bring them back out there and take unnecessary hits in a season that wasn't lost officially until the loss on Sunday. We knew they weren't going anywhere. So you let him get healthy. And here's an idea spend the off season upgrading the line. And that means five draft picks offense of lineman all your free agency money towards office of London. Do it. He is the most important player on your team, also important, Christian McCaffrey. So the the fewer hits you get those guys taking the better it is for your organization and this is just a lost season. And he started off so well had had played pretty well. Somebody's consistencies there. But you have to keep them healthy. If you can't do that. You're you're going to be in a situation where now we're chatting with Brian Wilson. From CBS sports covers the National Football League ride. How big of a concern in the league office? Maybe there isn't maybe there is is the officiating, and and how big of a story it has been weakened weak out in the regular season. I don't know if this year any worse or any better than any other year like. Every year fans in meteor complain about it and players, and coaches, and my prayer the former head of officials who now works for FOX made this point yesterday. We are over officiating these football games, and we saw the terrible miscall in the Steelers game. And and we see weekend and week out. What drives me crazy almost as much as that is when there is a ticky tech foul on the other side of the ball as the ball goes in the other direction. They're throwing flags. It doesn't affect the play. It brings back a twenty yard game for no reason other than he technically broke the rules. I think these are things that can make the game much smoother much more enjoyable just get those out of there. But I don't know how you do it when the rule book is four feet high, and the officials don't always know what's going on. So I don't know what the solution is. It's a terrible look for the NFL. I suspect they're not happy about it. But I don't know how you fix it. Well, there's no rhythm to it. I mean, that's the other issue. Right. I mean, the what what makes the NFL the NFL is it such a great TV sport. Visit such a fun game to watch on your TV at whole family friends. What have you sitting by yourself? It doesn't matter. When there's no rhythm to the game. And you're getting these endless delays when you're looking at video replay. They're having the conversations. What transpired what happened? It takes away from the enjoyment of the sport. Now, only that they they have these huddled, and they seem to get the calls wrong more times than not someone's just floated this idea. I don't hate it would need to be worked out, but let in New York where they find who has the final say buzz in and say, hey, you just blew and obvious pass interference called turn overturn it. Or hey, don't worry about the ticky tack hold on the back of a play. That had no affect on the play. Let it go. Those things seem to make the game more enjoyable, but also I could see how fans would start these conspiracy theories about well this team got favorable while this other team didn't. So I it's sort of a Pandora's box the NFL's open, and I good luck turned fun solution. Roger goodell. Ryan, we got two more before let you go. Is this the mo- as we enter week seventeen. Here is this going to be the most wide open postseason that we've seen in recent memory. So much. I love the fact that the patriots are not the dominating patriots. They have been of all that wish Houston one yesterday. If only to keep the patriots out of the number two seats. So I think the AFC is going to be so much fun in terms of having no real idea. What's going to happen? The NFC love the saints. Love the ranch a little less, but that's really wide open as well. Because those high powered offense have not been playing as well as they were in the first few months of the season. And I feel like we talk about the bears a team that could sneak in there and find a way to do it. And finally one four, and I know there's a report out there that the National Football League players association wants it investigated, but what the hell is going on with read from Carolina again, all these drug tests. Here's the thing. The NFL is not in charge of administering this drug tests. So terrible look for them for sure. But I think there's an outside agency that handles that that outside agency needs a new random number generator. Every every week, Eric Reid's names, come up name comes up. I will say this Ron foster the player rep for the Steelers said that he has been drug tested in a similar terms. What read have seven times in eleven weeks or something that? That wasn't random and all and he said if he thought there was anything untoward going on he would definitely pursue through through the union. But I don't understand you have fifty three players on thirty two rosters and Eric gets drug tested every single week. It seems like it's a another weird thing and just sort of adds to brass his collusion case, which he still has a fell, but I would say, you know, drug tests someone else for a week or two just listen I'd take his name out enough. Call the company like listen, I take his name out. He's clean. I like that too. Yeah. There you go, right? Wilson CBS sports say Ryan appreciate it. Happy holidays to when your family. If I don't chat with your beforehand to have a great new year and thanks for the Thomas. Thank you. Mark your brother, you gotta ride Wilson giving you thoughts on the National Football League, Anthony McCarron. So little baseball later on this hour as well. Whole join us talk about the latest surrounding Manny Machado, Bryce Harper is the Los Angeles Dodgers have cleared the decks.

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"ron foster" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Two it's about to, go, down and it's, about to come, down, to, otherwise and now, a severe. Weather alerts from. Ten ten wins We've. Got a storm system headed into, town if it hasn't arrived already in. Some pockets AccuWeather meteorologist Dave Bowers is here now with the details name. More places again hit the non at the moment here He'll moved in from the west and it. Also kind of blew up over portions of the city as well as Nassau County so if you're if it's not, raining where you are we'll be momentarily and he can be. Some real gutter gushers to we've got some pretty heavy rain on the east side of, the Staten Island up into portions of Brooklyn and queens and that continues northeastward and everything pushing off to the. East so we gotta deal with it here probably over the next, thirty minutes to an hour and then it's going, to be ending from west to east and things down for the rest of the. Night Larry hoax day with ten ten wins AccuWeather for the very latest everybody in other news tonight authorities say they've located the mother of. The baby boy, found floating in the East River over. The weekend they say the thirty six year old mother had filed a. Report yesterday over some sort of domestic violence incident apparently involving the child's father in the meantime they have no clue where he's located investigators believe he dumped the eight. Month old. Into the river Sunday afternoon then reportedly fled the country reports and, possibly the southeast Asia tourist found the Toddler on the Manhattan side of the Brooklyn Bridge they tried. CPR but he didn't make it the medical examiner will, determine the boys exact cause of death also denied questions around and. ACS hire a guy who has a colorful pass well let's call it what it is records so he was convicted, of murder and served several years in the big house now. He's a caregiver at a city Ron foster care center up until Friday night at least, Carrollton with wet police and the ACS are investigating as an alleged attack on a six-year-old by a man whose. Mere hiring is called into question tonight convicted murderer Jacques Edwards had, been hired under an old set of standards and, David hansell the Commissioner of the administration for children's services says today he wouldn't have. Been hired under the new standards but when asked if a convicted murderer should.

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"ron foster" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The other inactive max mccaffrey christians brother the wide receiver they just picked up the former duke blue devil he's out uh leisure jews aboard liz j j visible i think it's alicia yonge visible he's han and tone exum dj jones aaron lynch and pita t all up all inactive the one name on that list to kind of jumps out to all of us i'm sure is nearing lynch he was active the last two weeks played fairly well but i think you know against jacksonville you wanna you want to stop that run game and so they have more there run oriented defensive line up with ronald blair playing instead of aaron lynch and have player goes more to 80 lynch's more of a linear guy more brian or on the outside immoral and outside guy on the dg jones comes a little bit of a surprise but sheldon day has as impressed and there's only so many guys who can who can be up and uganda gotta police sheldon days going to gets his former team in as you say larry he's been really active and he's got a little juice one thing know about the jaguars top receivers for the jaguars we talked about this marquee sleet and alan hearns are out so can now hers uber's so no no top two receivers for the offense for the jacked my favorite cut of the week i had even sweeney cut against let's let's use it here this is robert solid talking about rubin foster i don't know if you heard any of this dialogue this week i'm really being won over by robert sala obviously i think he's on the guys can be superstar guy guys guys can be head coach he got to get results it's a resultsoriented business and deal the forty nine ers have improved on the defensive side of the ball and they've really improved against the ron foster miss six games with the ankle injury and they had the rib injury but he second on a team of sixty one tackles and here comes big leonard fornet in the best rushing attack in the nfl and brock also been really good he he really you know get skies lined up he knows the system from his days.

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"ron foster" Discussed on Connected

Connected

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Connected

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"ron foster" Discussed on Radio America

Radio America

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"ron foster" Discussed on Radio America

"Just when you think you're there ron foster talk to customers all the time because at the end of the day they are the only people who matter and i remember we win negotiating with it's about features isn't i kept telling the ten guys that's great but once we get real feedback none of this matters because applause during the run really foster listen really intently at what you guys do your customer feedback we typically you surveys and different things like that what he does do we get customer feedback all the time because we had enough directly from customers we get that the data that the system is is generating we know it's there is an issue if there's a lot on that because we see that dado is stuck so we can proactive doing shot of someone has a wi fi pairing issue whatever it is it's a combination of having good conduits to get the information from them but also being on the lookout it happens a problems and then pro actively reaching out and say hey is an issue most people don't realize that is only three ways to generate clients you can buy them borrow them or create them and so how are you guys generating leads for your company propel drone where or when applying them i hope when all borrowing them i think we're creating the board amount yeah we had some really good press only launched and i think the way we've approach the problems a little bit different to that which has come to fall so i think we had a lot of initial interest so yeah we the jury is out on whether this borrowed all if i have a bit i think we've granted them ok so talk about marketing right now i'm mark locke on business raucous hours joining me is peter have this is ceo and founder of pillar drill what it tells you koetter was a smart medication management system lets me know if my dad and astray has taken its toll on time and he's a thousand miles away and his any out anyone years old so it matters i love that so we were talking about buying borrowing are creating traffic you set your doing a little bit of barring a creating her maybe the line is blurred they're still call both of what he has to do to get exponential growth because most people would say you can't have a long term sustainable skeletal company if you don't have an effective strategic way too but i traffic there so what he said that how are you guys going to overcome only bahrain creating traffic i've seen billion dollar companies from you know creating in barring traffic but i have to agree that the only way to truly have a long term skill level sustainable company if you have a really effective strategically to buy traffic.

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