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03:10 min | 9 months ago

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"Yeah. That's definitely true because I believe that today with individuals will use their own opinions on how they feel about homosexuality at that into it. So it becomes more opinion bang when the historic historically based and and Yeah I've seen that a lot well, and you see also the opposite about I mean, I, have seen commentary about enslaved men with white women or the assumption that enslaved men in coerce reproductive settings are I think summited said high fiving. Yeah exactly. Right, and it's like it's sort of buying into the idea them as studs or as as the whole thing about prowess all of that, and so it's really interesting to see those overlays you're. Just sing with both the brook breaking and the Willie Lynch letters is that in some ways I think the operate more as interesting commentaries say Malcolm X.. The House Nigger nigger. Almost more just in commentaries on president. Day. Relations using. Slavery to illustrate than the are as accurate depictions of what happened back. Then nothing that there isn't they can't be some historical accuracy embedded in them, but I think it's dangerous sick any of that stuff as as literally by the opposite is true as in to dismiss them out of hand as not being worth exploring like for example, I don't think slavery really existed like the House nigger versus fuel negative story says orderbook breaking story or Willie Lynch but it doesn't mean that it's just because the not literally factual doesn't mean that. They don't describe partially something that might have been happening in some degree or form. Threw throughout the baby with the bathwater. I think I think there was some value in the lists leather whether or not it's one hundred percent. Sure in that yeah. Yeah. Yeah, and I think it's a great place to end the I. Appreciate you spending even extra time. Allotted, that's great and have a great one and we'll send you a copy of this. When we're done if you want to share it around, we'll send you Nick Wilson send you the physical file as well and and take care of yours. Welcome to come back when you're promoting something else and do you want to give people your emails that it could send the Any buck breaking information. They have a I assume you're interested both in the actual practice and the creation of the modern version of the discourse, right? Yeah. I mean that's easier for me to find but anything. Yeah. I'm trying to think if I WANNA give Miller if I just want people to find it if they are determined I, think they can just find it. I already said they can find me through. Howard. Also also twitter to on. Twitter account in the show notes, we're going to put his his twitter page so you can go find him through there. Okay. If you can measure to us little initial because you mentioned Google searches in everything gets published under Thomas Eighth Foster if you can. Thomas Foster. We also put you as that in the in the in the show notes and everything. All right. Great. Thanks. Thank you I appreciate it. All right, and thanks guys on Kenyan Mario for joining us and everybody be good. Take. You. Talk..

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"thomas foster" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

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03:10 min | 9 months ago

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"Yeah. That's definitely true because I believe that today with individuals will use their own opinions on how they feel about homosexuality at that into it. So it becomes more opinion bang when the historic historically based and and Yeah I've seen that a lot well, and you see also the opposite about I mean I have seen commentary about enslaved men with white women or the assumption that enslaved men in coerce reproductive settings. Are I. Think summited said, high fiving. Yeah exactly right, and it's like it's sort of buying into the idea them as studs or as as the whole thing about prowess all of that, and so it's really interesting to see those overlays you're. Just sing with both the brook breaking and the Willie Lynch letters is that in some ways I, think the operate more as interesting commentaries say Malcolm X.. The House nigger nigger like almost more just in commentaries on present day relations using. Slavery to illustrate than the are as accurate depictions of what happened back. Then nothing that there isn't they can't be some historical accuracy embedded in them but I think it's dangerous sick. Any of that stuff as as literally by the opposite is true as in to dismiss them out of hand as not being worth exploring like for example, I, don't think slavery really existed like the House nigger versus fuel negative story says it or book breaking story or Willie Lynch, but it doesn't mean that it's just because the not literally factual doesn't mean that. They don't describe partially something that might have been happening in some degree or form. Threw throughout the baby with the bathwater I think I think there was some value in the lists leather whether or not? It's one hundred percent. Sure in that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah and I think it's a great place to end the I. Appreciate you spending even extra time. That's great and have a great one and we'll send you a copy of this. When we're done if you want to share it around, we'll send you Nick Wilson, send you the physical file as well and and take care of yours. Welcome to come back when you're promoting something else and do you want to give people your emails that it could send the Any buck breaking information? They have a I assume you're interested both in the actual practice and the creation of the modern version of the discourse, right? Yeah. I mean that's easier for me to find but anything. Yeah. I'm trying to think if I WANNA give Miller if I just want people to find it if they are determined I think they can just find it. I already said they can find me through Howard also also twitter to on. Twitter account in the show notes, we're going to put his his twitter page so you can go find him through there. Okay. If you can measure to us little initial because you mentioned Google searches in everything gets published under Thomas Eighth Foster if you can. Thomas. Foster we also put you as that in the in the in the show notes and everything. All right. Great. Thanks. Thank you. I. Appreciate it. All right and thanks guys on Kenyan Mario for joining us and everybody be good. Take you. Talk..

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"thomas foster" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

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04:23 min | 9 months ago

"thomas foster" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"As much as. Men Do including white women because only black women were allowed to be hyper sexual as a way to skews white white male rape Yes..

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05:48 min | 9 months ago

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"So these are anti slavery activist essentially formerly enslaved men writing about these things and so it just didn't ring true for me. That would be the ultimate degradation for enslaved man that to me sounds very present. And it's it's not at all what I'm seeing in the record. And so two to play devil's advocate on on one thing and isn't that me disagreeing with you but just bring up something that somebody might say Clinton somebody argue that the reason that they talked about it. So little after slavery was the opposite that it was so degrading that they couldn't even. Bring it up because I can see someone saying it either way that that it wasn't the most grading thing because that wasn't what they were talking about the most but then someone else saying, Oh, maybe the whole reason they weren't talking about it because it was so degrading, it couldn't. Even be. Recounted I mean the only way you could make that argument is if you've got some other data points to support the leap, you're making in other words you could make that if you're gonna say that because no one talked about it was the worst thing. It's just there's no evidence to support that it was the worst thing you've got to have some other data points that are showing this to be emasculating or somehow that manhood rests on not having sexual contact with men and that's just That is something that emerges in the twentieth century. Once homosexuality becomes path allergies and seen as like effeminate psychologically week always things in the older models of same sex contact are not at all mobilizing those same tropes that that being said I. do think that there are may well have happened I just didn't see it in all the documents that I looked at. I. Do think that white so he's things like proving a negative like prove at this didn't happen you know as far as. Building historic argument on that, you've gotTA. Have you can. You can talk about gaps in the Archive but you're going to have to have a few other things there that lead us to that conclusion. Now, just a total absence, the only the only instance I've ever heard of anything about breaking period slave breakers. Yeah. But I've never I've never that word even any documents and slave breaking was Frederick Douglass talked about being sent to a slave breakers plantation and anything to do with sexual contact. Breaker..

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"thomas foster" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

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04:11 min | 9 months ago

"thomas foster" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"On this is one last question topic I'm going to ask I was going to save it to the end 'cause it's a, it's a listener question. But since we're already on the topic I'll just insert the question now somebody was asking about the concept of buck breaking on and that's and that's a controversial topic. Some people say is exaggerated and that it's actually in itself. Homophobic presentation to stay that happened a lot and then some. So there's some historians say that it's a it's a myth and a kind of a homophobic missed on top of that, and then there's some people who go the opposite extreme and say that it's worse than people imagined and whatever, and I was wondering to what extent after imagine the treatments be somewhere in in the middle as it wasn't it wasn't rampant, but it also wasn't a myth like some people were saying. I was wondering what your findings were I actually have this as a goal to read an article about the history of this concept, the history of the term even. If your listeners have any documents about buck breaking especially, the term being used in a historical document I'd love to be contacted either twitter or an email I had. I. Didn't see the term used in any of the records I looked at I. Agree that I have definitely seen things on the Internet, the do use it in a way that is homophobic or seems to make it seem like some versions of buck breaking. I think rest on the concept of this being the ultimate degradation Fernan slaved man and I. think that is present test and certainly in all the records that I looked at the ultimate degradation, Fernan slave man was the lack of. Freedom in terms of control over loved ones in that's either in terms of choice of a spouse. Or staying with that spouse or that spouse being violated right. Those are the things that enslaved men are talking about in their accounts either after freeing themselves or being freed and right I mean..

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04:09 min | 9 months ago

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"Having a much stronger presence especially in the seventeenth century in the communities this is before really domesticity takes over. So if you were a student that came up through women's studies and your primary focus was on white women's experiences you would actually even have the opposite of what you just. Shared, they were in their class and that you would you would probably learn there was a decline narrative for women's power If they were taking like the seventeenth century as a period when white women were much more involved in the community in the courts et cetera because things hadn't really formalized into like a nineteenth century domestic model where the only proper place for middle class white woman is home I mean those world emerge I have familiar with encountering in early America Class. Students that just haven't studied early America and they primarily focused on the twentieth century in they think that white women's freedoms stem entirely from. The nineteen sixties. Or even seventies in terms of like a modern women's movement and there just isn't a lot of awareness of an earlier history not even going to entertain how they thought that enslaved men had more power than white women at the time I can't get. A, lot of the you know this is one thing is I'm a student of history myself and of all the history of ever studied net especially African Americans specifically African. American history never heard that before my life, but what happens is and a lot of the listeners of the show no, I use this word a lot present them. It's a lot of presentations them, and what they're trying to do was used way that they think today about black men for Blackman that existed two hundred years ago two, hundred, fifty years ago. which then you lose all the context us all. Well, fuck you lose all the truth and that's that's something that I've found with a lot of people that are so-called students of history but they're they're taking on the gender studies and things like that..

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05:11 min | 9 months ago

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"What happened in that particular instance is two white men held pistols to his head and forced him to assault her and so for me looking at at that case, it was clear that he had also been sexually violated and that one of the reasons this. Wasn't being seen by historians use this case is perhaps I would speculate the I was GonNa say ancient but we'll just go with a US an early American standards, the very old legal statute and even today that focuses on penetration and so the fact that he was doing penetrating I think ended up it kept it from registering I, think a sexual assault for people, and this is something I think that we still have not come to terms with and activists that are talking about sexual balancing. It's men today are starting to look at these cases where. Men Are coerced in some cases, forced and others to penetrate, and so those cases that don't really register for people traditionally as a sexual assault on because the victim is doing the penetrating. So that's the case that sort of kicked off that article One of the point I was trying to make in the article besides the fact that I had seen instances in showed them in different arenas forced reproduction or violations by white. Women Violations by white men but also just the fact that these cases had already been published and so in many ways, this was hidden in plain sight. It was right in front of our faces but we were not acknowledging one reason why I think there's a problem in viewing black men as the victims is I think one problem is what you said that people have trouble with the idea of men being victims of raping general but. ISSUE, but it also take on top of that I. Think there's this kind of trend in like of academia and at least journalism about academia where they take it concepts and try to boil it down to a mainstream audience where this is kind of tendency to kind of gender power dynamics and just superimposed him onto black people..

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04:09 min | 9 months ago

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"Where to find you and plugging anything you WANNA plug. Happy to be here and thanks for having me on my on twitter at Thomas a foster, and you could also find more information about me at Howard University's Webpage for faculty profile great. Green and I'm just appreciative that you have such clear audio because a lot of times. I don't know why academic a call him with some crazy jenky audio very, very happy sound crystal clear. Awesome. and you're I discovered you from paper that you wrote that I thought was great. I. Read It years ago the sexual abuse of black men under American slavery, and that was a topic that doesn't get discussed a lot and you expanded that into a whole book are rethinking. Rufus and I kind of wanted you to talk about both what brought you to the paper and what the differences between the if any between the paper and the Book and actually what your specialty is outside of this because I know you have a broader specialty outside of this but you know how you brought us specialty brought you to this specific topic. So background in training is in gender and sexuality in America, primarily colonial America, but it's a moved into the nineteenth century now. So my previous work is largely focused on gender especially men in manhood, masculinity, and often sort of sexual components. Sex's part of masculinity, some certainly the for my first book, the earliest work on masculinity in colonial. America focused on career or calling and then the political arenas, and if it was domestic, it was much more about being a patriarch and head of household and the work on women had already talked about sex and sexuality as a component of femininity and of gender for women. So the contribution that I was trying to make there was to. Talk about how sex and sexuality mattered for men even going back to colonial days and there was all kinds of different ways in which that was spelled out in that book the article that you mentioned You're right that came I So the core for the book I didn't know there was going to be a book when I wrote. That article I had been teaching the history of sexuality in early America at Depaul..

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"thomas foster" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

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04:09 min | 9 months ago

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"Find you and plugging anything you WANNA plug. I'm happy to be here and thanks for having me on my on twitter at Thomas a foster, and you could also find more information about me at Howard University's Webpage for faculty profile Great Green,.

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01:38 min | 9 months ago

"thomas foster" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Hey. How's it going? Every sharks has everyone doing T trevor. You could find me on twitter personal count is ricky roles. But through twitter account for the PODCAST is champagne sharks go to patriot dot com for slash champion sharks become a patron you get access to all the premium as well as the free episodes get access to the voice in Discord Chat Server, which allows you to not only know which guests are coming on, but also to pose questions to them beforehand that you want to ask them. So that's always a great thing. So. You would add a chance to post questions for today's guests and finally go to the Youtube Account youtubecom forward last champagne sharks. That's where we livestream and talk about topical things that get Kinda dated within a week or two. So we don't do those on the podcast things that happened at the same day we're going livestream and you can interact with us there and we talk about more topical stuff. So I think that's all the housekeeping and we have with us as the CO host Ken. Kenny can find me on twitter at Lazarus lives x three and Yeah, and we have our guest today. Dr Thomas Foster if you wouldn't mind introducing yourself tongue people where to.

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01:37 min | 9 months ago

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"Hey how's it going? Every sharks has everyone doing This is T- trevor. You could find me on twitter personal count is ricky roles but through twitter account for the podcast is champagne sharks go to patriot dot com for slash champion sharks become a patron you get access to all the premium as well as the free episodes get access to the voice in Discord Chat Server which allows you to not only know which guests are coming on, but also to pose questions to them beforehand that you want to ask them so. That's always a great thing. So you would add a chance to post questions for today's guests and finally go to the Youtube Account youtubecom forward last champagne sharks. That's where we livestream and talk about topical things that get Kinda dated within a week or two. So we don't do those on the podcast things that happened at the same day we're going livestream and you can interact with us there and we talk about more topical stuff. So I think that's all the housekeeping and we have with us as the CO host Ken. Kenny can find me on twitter at Lazarus lives x three and Yeah, and we have our guest today. Dr Thomas Foster. If you wouldn't mind introducing yourself tongue people.

"thomas foster" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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02:22 min | 1 year ago

"thomas foster" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Serious crash in south Brunswick just last month was on drugs and had been awake for thirty two hours straight that's according to police to say fifty five year old Donald apps of Bucks county Pennsylvania faces a dozen charges including two separate charges of D. Y. at thrown into a home on Shelly street just before four thirty AM on August fourteenth he was badly hurt and had to be removed from the vehicle family member sleeping inside the home were safely in back rooms and were unharmed a freshman dorm at Monmouth university had to be evacuated after being hit by a Mercedes SUV on Monday at university spokesman says the sixty one year old driver first hit a parked jeep before careening into the dorm on the west Long Branch campus cracking the brick exterior the driver was taken to a local hospital. the colleges and universities are being encouraged to apply for grant money to help make sure food insecure students get enough to eat assemblyman Benji Wimberley says the hungry hunger free campus act will help lower income students get supplies and food pantries it also will assist students that do not have the funds to say because they have a male card for males to have food he adds to ensure students do their best they must have access to nutritious food not just junk food a man accused of killing his own elderly mother in their ocean county home can be freed pending his murder trial under a ruling by a state appellate court sixty three year old Thomas foster will be put on home supervision the January death of eighty five year old Caroline foster in Manchester township initially was believed to be from natural causes but after a tip from a relative ocean county prosecutors say foster admitted to pressing very hard on his mother's neck and punching her in the throat the latest senior staffer to leave the White House is national security adviser John Bolton president Donald Trump broke the news on Twitter today saying he informed the bolt and that his services are no longer needed adding he will be needing a new national security adviser next week built in disputes the president's accounts saying he resigned and legislation recently introduced in Trenton would allow towns to eliminate or reduce beach fees for teenagers seventeen years old or younger and for more veterans assemblyman ed Thompson says shore towns do need revenue for life arts and police but the change would be family friendly we want to reduce and eliminate those fees as best we can and should be public access to our region there everybody's beach not just the misspelled is charging beach access fees for anyone.

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"thomas foster" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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13:02 min | 2 years ago

"thomas foster" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"This our last visit with Ted Robinson? Or are you going to be rounded in the playoffs or you're gonna blow me and rod off? What's the story here? Come on with you. Whenever you need that college football college sits five standing the practice soil just on the perimeter of the practice field right now. Right about ten minutes. I'm going to do a interview with Mike mcglinchey for Sunday's pre game. And I'm wearing for the first time in ten years on this job. I'm wearing a Notre Dame sweatshirt. What's what do you mean? The first time in ten years. What what are you doing? Hey, come on reality. I don't do that. You you do that stuff that side by saying so anyway, right, especially around here. 'cause every everybody went to most everybody went to college or some sort so. But now we need name here. January seventh is the stadium while now, but what I wanna know. And you probably could get some Intel find out is that if Notre Dame beats the upset of the upsets do they get to use the Niner facility is their practice field. Yeah. I don't have any idea. How they I know. I know let let let Alabama practice on eighty out in the middle of the concrete and give the Irish the the Niner practice facility come on. Let's get that. Dr. I probably asked I did some events for CFP backer in the spring and summer, and I probably asked to forget. But I'm guessing one of the teams is using. Stanford or San Jose State? I'm assuming there were the others facility at one team is using right? And the other the other. Probably here it also don't know what day they're mandated to come out. You know, it's. Some sort of a rule about that that they have to be here by a certain date. Anyway. It's it's it's a fun time of year. And my God watching Cal last night. Oh that was that was that. I don't think I've ever seen a college game that was ten seven that had nine interceptions. It was Taibbi. Justin Wilcox is terrific. I can't say enough. How highly I think of him what he's done, and I just hope that he can figure out something with the quarterback position at a pass off. It's for next year. Pretty good. If he does that. Also, I'm laughing because this applies to the NFL draft. A bowl game cancelled yesterday. Right. Right. And so you could just cancel a bowl game. But but people are still getting zapped players for sitting out a bowl games to protect their ability to earn a living. Got it. Someone's gotta someone's got to explain why still white player sitting at a bowl game the problem. Exactly. Hey, how does how do the Rams approach this game in that? If they lose in the bears win, they lose the two seed. So it's not like there's nothing at stake. In the playoffs is a huge deal at the same time. The Vikings bears are playing simultaneously with the Niners in Rams. So what's what's the approach on this game? 'cause the Niners have been very spicy down the stretch just in terms of how they played and who they played as competitive is a Ben. So I don't expect Kyle on the Niners to lay down at all. I'm very curious. What the Rams approaches to this game well gonna guess here 'cause that's all we're doing, but I'm going to guess they are going to do the opposite of what they did last year last year. They they played the forty Niner game is if it was a week for the pre season, and then they went out and got toasted on their home field to the playoffs. Bitterly was the first playoff game for everybody in that place, including the head coach. But I'm gonna guess they go at it a little differently this year, and that they play and that's day understand that if they play and win which they certainly would expect to do that they're going to have a week off about two weeks to get ready to heal any. Minor bumps and bruises. I you know, and I know there's a there's a flip side of that Sean McVeigh treated the preseason, basically like an entire joke. He didn't play single player for single snap of any wars in the preseason. And it's worked out for. So I understand that side. But I just think if you're gonna ask me they went one way last year, and it didn't work go a different way this year. And by the way, you Sunday fits which I knew I didn't know how Matt Nagy was gonna play given. He's the first year head coach, right? I knew what the new Vic Fangio wasn't going to back off. Right. What happened to the first first quarter of the game? Three forty guys are knocked out in the first quarter that gives you an idea how the bears approached it. Yeah. No. That's that the bear. Viking game is interesting. Because if you're the bears do you wanna see Philly or do you wanna see Minnesota? You can almost decide your opponent based on how you wanna play. You know, if you wanna get Minnesota lay down. You get them again at your place you want to deal with the eagles. Then beat Minnesota knock their rear ends out. And you don't get Philadelphia company your place so very little strategically for a lot of teams in this final weekend how they approach to. Although I do say this piece on it today. But I love the fact that the NFL has taken a page from the Premier League. And so on Sunday, basically, if you wanna do something Sunday morning, you want to go out you could not twenty seven holes out. Done by one twenty five which is when everything of importance in the NFL will happen early window Sunday is meaningless and that that's what some games there to satisfy TV's. But there's nothing of any everything is playing in the late window, and I think that's adds the drama. It eliminates any whiff of impropriety. Yup. And that that part of it is, you know. So therefore like you're saying your point about the bears play the early as the Rams would therefore have ammunition by the time. They took the field for the forty Niner games. I think that's great. We're talking to Ted Robinson the voice of the forty Niners kind of bounce around everything with the NFL. In addition to the Niners last season. Now at a lot of calls yesterday. And I was going down kind of a a laundry list for the Niners. And I wanted to run it by you. Because obviously, you you, and you Tim know everything about the team if I look at the offense. If you tell me tell me where I'm wrong here is that if I look at the offense, I say, okay online, I I'm actually pretty happy with quarterback. I think I'm okay running back. I mean, God I found some gems, and I know I'm getting McKinnon back kit fantastic, and I can live with marquees and Pettus and so my shopping list offensively by large is a number one wide receiver like a true number one. Is that in my missing anything offensively? Or is it it's gotta be more than multiple receiver. I mean, give me your your overview on the offense. I the shopping needs. Yeah. These are going to be issues that the priorities may drop down to me. It's at least two wide receivers. Okay. Marcus goodwin. Know, it's unfortunate this year. It's very obvious to me. He's he's been. Almost a non factor this year, and that's very frustrating, but cluding Mortiz, but as a result, I don't know how you can count on next year. And hopefully, you can count on him as Kyle hinted this week in a reduced role, which means here reduced meaning number stats, which means you become a three or four. So to me, I think the forty Niners too wide receivers. I think they need a running back as insurance. You don't know how McKinnon's gonna rebound. This is an ACL. He's coming back running back. And so you just don't know. I think that's the one position where you have to hold your breath on the ACL. And so I I would think another running back as an insurance policy. They may consider most are running back. I don't know. But that would be something else. And then obviously since the forty Niners are likely to set an all time NFL record this year for the fewest takeaways in a season, including by the way to strike shortened nineteen eighty two season. Right. I mean, that's how that sadly. The trend at the forty Niners have to find a way to flip two years. So was the worst defense to typically in history to franchise. And this year it's going to be the lowest number of takeaways in the history of the league including a nine game season. That's hard to believe. So they need to have a patch wash. Should clearly the pass rushes the trigger point that helps eliminate that that negative staff case. So now when we flipped a defense, my shopping list going from back to front was I want to go get her old Thomas at safety, and I want to draft a corner, you know, and so I- Richard Sherman. Earl Thomas, and then the killer Weatherspoon, I don't know about. But we the free agency or draft. I gotta get a corner at least. I wanted a modest safety. Sorrel Thomas be my safety at linebacker. I think Warner is been good, right? I think he's an outside linebacker. So I probably need a middle linebacker there. And then on the line. I'm actually okay with Armstead and deforest Buckner and Salomon Thomas and DJ Jones on the inside. But to your point said, I'm going to draft a pass rusher. And then I'm also signing one. I'm getting Ziggy and sour somebody who has sacked quarterbacks for a living given all the cap from the Niners have had just as the bears address or wide receivers with Robinson. And then Miller, and you know, they they drafted and signed. I want the Niners to do that approach draft and signed guys with all that available cap room is my my shopping list defensively often anyway. Well, I tell you what. No, it's not. I gotta look characterize it this way. Just I just saw Todd who sack about thirty minutes ago. He was asking me this question. And I just said look at the last war draft number one picks, just go to Armstead, Wachner Garnett. Thomas. Foster mcglinchey Buckner is going to have a very solid NFL curator's. No question about that. Right. Which is going to have a very solid NFL career, right? The others are not sure. And I would say the one thing that I would say about all of them. There's not a game changer. Yeah. Buckner is a very good player. But he's not a game change to me. That's what the forty Niners are not just even look on the field Sunday. And if the Rams play their team, it's the same thing. I said after the Rams were here in October. You're going to see seven or eight guys on the field. Second change a game and the forty Niners. Really don't have anybody. I think that that's what they need to find. They need to draft or side or both people that forced the other teams to alter your game plan all week long around this guy. I know that's easy to say I understand, but I'll I'll just go back to this which we saw Seattle twice this month. Carol has done a magnificent job this year. And he has remade that entire team around to people, and you think that to five years ago when the forty Niners and Seahawks were butting heads. We thought for decades we were gonna see Russel Wilson against Colin Kaepernick. And then we thought you were going to see the centerpiece be Bobby Wagner and Navarro Bowman. And so look what's happened. Tapper Nick blew up. You just wasn't. He just wasn't that. Good, right. Open to start Wilson's star. Bom? It has a crushing injury. And that spirals his career down. You think you find his replacement Reuben foster? It's a bust Bobby Wagner star and those are the two pieces. Seattle has put everything around those two guys. And they've done a brilliant job of it. And that's to me where this is where the forty Niners have to go. And I know that these are things that are very easy to say. But they need to find their foundation pieces. They think they have it on offense with Garoppolo. They need to find that on defense. Yeah. No. I think that's good teddy. I know you gotta do some other broadcasting stuff. I appreciate it. Let's see if we're planning for a major tailgate party on January seventh. Well, I've already got mcglinchey signed up to do the honorary captain points. I think I'm gonna see if he can flip rats too. That sounds good. That sounds good bad. Let's think of thoughts for Saturday night. Hope open up your Christmas creche sets side of the kids that Ted Robinson. Joining us on the Fitz and Brooks show, our football picks are coming up to thirty people texting in and we'll sneak in a couple of phone calls to at eight away can't be are on the sports leader. But right now, it is traffic.

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"thomas foster" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"thomas foster" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"Bang clowns Stratus, a widely extended horizontal sheet increasing from below and Cirrus parallel flex use fibers extensible vying crease in any old Irish. To deny to cloud in the combination into rain hail snow. He added a fourth category. Nimbus a rain cloud, a cloud all system of clouds from which rain is falling. The great advantage of how system was that the descriptors could be combined to account for complex formations. So when Cumulus clouds punch together. So that they became crowded in the sky, they became Stratus. Cumulus? He described other intermediate categories such as code when small well defined roundish masses wearing creasing from below which became Sarah cumin us, how it's what made a big impression on those interested in the weather, particularly after his papers reprinted in Thomas foster successful research is about atmosphere phenomena in eighteen. Eighteen the classification system quickly gained wide acceptance by in Britain and the country's amongst its biggest supporters was the German, poet, philosopher and scientist, yet, hang Wolfgang. Von Gulf Gulf Hughes to the Howard classification in his weather journals, and eventually dedicated full poems to how it and his clowns those adopted his cloud names, like the Mazda painters Turner, and John constable they used how it's descriptions to depict clowns with great detail on cure. See I always clouds, even in spied Shelley's poem, the cloud from where I found was app for an aviator while I sleep in the alms of the blast sublime on the towers of my Sky, Bow 'as lightning. My pilot sits in Kevin under is festive the struggles and howls fits over of the notion with gentleman action. This pilot is guiding me. But why is it so important for modern navy eight is to have a knowledge of a system of cloud onto fixation created in eighteen o to well. A bit like flying into cloud cold raw coal council flying into a Cumulus Nimbus can have disastrous consequences inside a thunderstorm cell. There are false is work. That would wiry them stove confident that Apple's powerful lightning strikes lightly. Downdraws can exceed fifty nuts and wind gusts of IVA sixty notes the turbulence alone might break upon an line. And the cloud supports hailstones that will cave in radio and smash windshields. These clouds can contain supercooled won'the that will ovo wellm the most capable anti-icing systems, and they are..

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"thomas foster" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"thomas foster" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Not be worried about whether or not it was going to be raining or snowing that day and if we have to take well the chance at home we could and then come back and take our by the next day um it would be um but they reducing parking lots of baby on opening up um areas of the city for a high volume ridership uh maybe there's more or less said earlier with more a trolleys or other um i know we had created the zone on why because washington street where we allowed four buses to be able to trans transfer to and from east to west a quicker more efficient among cars in the center of the road um it's definitely looking at uh decreasing neater travel times yeah i i know the it's it's it's a little bit suits are looking but i wanna ask you looking to her how will autonomous vehicles uh play yoonsoo these kinds of reports in the future do you think oh the big question um you know i i would hope is that we start looking at especially in these years um identifying areas where uh wbc ridesharing um you know and especially in quarter that if there's identification to i'm decrease conflict for example lifted an uber are doing currently where they might be four four dollar commute to ride in the pool versus seventy dark me to write alone and if we continue those types of incentives on selfdriving vehicles as well um i would think that the identity of uh especially difficult on the role that are causing most of our uh low ratings would be better for us in chicago uh name via selfdriving cars you know i've also see with one of her sister brands uh the the predators puck uh recently regarding a lot of laws treating areas for these automated vehicles sports drop boston hiccups uh as well which which may also free on priests um both ridership within the vehicle rolling in a some good information here this morning endo we want to thank you for joining us ensuring some of with us i'm sure i appreciate your time as well today murray lien the thomas foster's uzi vice president are our caters it's the 2017 sustainable city mobility ducts related outs youtube but you can find it at our kadish dot com that's a r c a d i s dot com.

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"thomas foster" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"thomas foster" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The top of every hour i'm vic vaughn on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn wgn radio's daily conversation about the life of business and the business of life this is the opening bell with steve manage on seven twenty two with each new year good morning everyone welcome back to the program thanks for being here with us at our wednesday edition of the opening bell the 2017 sustainable cities mobility index is out the study put together by arkadiusz a global engineering design and consultancy firm when talk more about this morning with lee and thomas foster who is an associate vice president added latest good morning block into the opening bell warning and how are you this morning i'm doing very well thank you i am there i hope you're doing well as so as well let's talk a little bit about your study first tell us of wh what it is that that you mean by sustainable and what kinds of things did you study here well sure looked at the interval piedmont on mobility index is a comprehensive report it looks his sustainable transportation uh we measured one hundred cities worldwide are we commissioned a renowned research um per me commissioner renowned research firm called center for economics and business research from london and this a study exports three pillars of sustainability which are the social which if the people aspect of the environmental which is the planetary aspect and the economic which is the offer profit aspect uh we also looked at one hundred uh cities for sustainable urban mobility system uh the goal was to demonstrate the understanding of mobility challenges in urban city is focused on her ear forum joel singer portsea your a transits uh doing around basically is what you were latina you don't quite a bit um so named three three pillars like we talked about so there's people on the planet during the profit so for the unturned to the people indicators we looked at several different indicators like the taliban for example the traffic fatalities per one hundred thousand inhabitants of we looked at the.

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"thomas foster" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"thomas foster" Discussed on KGO 810

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