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NonProphets
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NonProphets is a weekly podcast about forecasting. The hosts became "superforecasters" based on the strength of their performances in the Good Judgment Project forecasting tournament, and they have continued to forecast on a wide array of topics with Good Judgment, Inc. In this podcast, they discuss their forecasting processes, and offer their analysis of questions on public forecasting platforms, such as the Good Judgment Open and Almanis, as well as other topics of interest to them. Most e ...
 
theOneliner.com crew get down to busting out commentaries for films. Join Craig Eastman, Scott Morris and Drew Tavendale as they turn their mighty minds on commentary tracks for movies, dispensing truth, justice and sarcastic comments from the peanut gallery. It's just like watching a movie with your friends, assuming your friends are as weird as we are. Give these movie commentaries a go. You just might like it.
 
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Fuds On Film
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Fuds On Film is a podcast about, and this will shock you, movies. From blockbusters to arthouse, you'll find considered opinions and hot takes on worldwide cinema from three Scotch fuds. Invite us into your ears and we promise to only infrequently disappoint.
 
theOneliner.com crew get down to reviewing films, then for a change decide to review some movies. Join Craig Eastman, Scott Morris and Drew Tavendale as they review the hottest new films and some classic movies. Did I mention how many awesome films and movies this podcast review? Because, boy, they review a goodly number of films and movies, so if it's a film review or a movie review you're after then this is the place to go..
 
Podcasts and stories to inform and inspire your passion for the outdoors, hunting & fishing. Don’t let present circumstance limit your initiative for the wild. Listen now for tips, tactics and wisdom from guests such as Jim Shockey, Aron Snyder, Corey Jacobsen of Elk101, Paul “ElkNut” Medel, Kristy Titus, Guy Eastman and Tim Burnett of SOLO HTNR.
 
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The host of the Jay Scott Outdoors Podcast, Jay Scott is a well-known name in the hunting world, but he’s also an avid fly fisherman. Jay spends his summers in central CO chasing beautiful wild trout. In this episode, we discuss Colorado’s heavy snow year, fishing the Roaring Fork Valley, and the world-famous salmonfly hatch. Instagram: @jaysco ...…
 
Ty Stubblefield of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers joins Sam on today's Conservation Coffee Break to introduce you to BHA and discuss the issues that Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is currently tackling here in North America. Learn more at thewildinitiative.com/conservation.
 
Ryan Lampers, the StHealthy Hunter, and "Doc" Hillary Lampers of Hunt Harvest Health join Sam on The Wild Initiative. In this episode, they discuss the idea behind Hunt Harvest Health, staying healthy in order to chase your passions until you're old an gray, hunters leading the charge for healthy eating, the hard work and conditioning required ...…
 
We take a look at Robert Rodriguez's earliest and arguably best films, in the shape of El Mariachi and Desperado. Are these worth revisiting? Join us and find out!Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/el-mariachi-desperadoBy Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film.
 
Andrew Todd is the President of Running Rivers and founder of the Rocky Mountain Flyathlon, which focuses on Conservation through Recreation. The Flyathlon combines running, fishing, and beer drinking into a triathlon-style race that raises money for native trout conservation. Andrew is an avid trail runner and fly fisherman, and through his no ...…
 
Gray N. Thornton of Wild Sheep Foundation joins Sam on today's Conservation Coffee Break to introduce you to WSF and discuss the issues that Wild Sheep Foundation is currently tackling here in North America. Learn more at thewildinitiative.com/conservation.
 
Katie Burgert of Fish Untamed joins Sam on the Wild Initiative to provide a beginner’s guide to fly fishing. In this episode they cover, figuring out the right questions to ask, finding new terms in videos and podcasts, why you would fly fish instead of spin fishing, essential fly fishing gear, learning to cast, different fly fishing techniques ...…
 
Mike Brasher of Ducks Unlimited joins Sam on today's Conservation Coffee Break to introduce you to DU and discuss the issues that Ducks Unlimited is currently tackling here in North America. Learn more at thewildinitiative.com/conservation.
 
Join us for our somewhat belated recap of the films September threw at us, namely It: Chapter 2, The Farewell, Mirai, and Alita Battle Angel. We watch them so you don't have to, unless they are good or you otherwise want to see them, gosh, I'm not your dad, chill out.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film.
 
Episode 78 of the NonProphets podcast, in which Atief, Robert, and Scott discuss Trump impeachment odds. We talk about why an impeachment might make sense now (01:18); whether we have reached peak whataboutism (04:23); the potential outcomes of an impeachment inquiry; the chance that Trump is impeached by the House (11:44); the role of public o ...…
 
Brandon Butler joins Sam on The Wild Initiative at the Professional Outdoor Media Association Conference in Wichita, KS. In this episode, they discuss learning from the scary experiences of our youth, discovering and taking on the challenge of becoming an outdoor writer, how to follow your passion to get into the outdoor industry, working as a ...…
 
Mark Holyoak, Director of Communication for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF), joins Sam on today's Conservation Coffee Break to introduce you to RMEF and discuss some of the more pressing issues facing elk in North America. Learn more at thewildinitiative.com/conservation.
 
Episode 77 of the NonProphets podcast, in which Atief, Robert, and Scott discuss a request for listener input on the Pantone Color of the Year (2:59), Iran and Saudi Arabia (8:47), with a detour into Russian/Ukrainian cultural cynicism (18:06), and the Trump whistleblower scandal/contretemps/nothing burger (25:39). They close with a discussion ...…
 
Remi Adeleke, former Navy SEAL, actor, public speaker and author of Transformed, joins Sam on The Wild Initiative. In this episode, they discuss his transition from African royalty to the streets of the Bronx and the struggles of his upbringing, the incredible service done for him by his Navy Recruiter, working to join the SEALs regardless of h ...…
 
Due to a series of unfortunate events, we're unable to bring you a fresh new podcast in our usual time slot, so to tide you over please accept this selection of our favourite reviews from the third year of our podcast. Normal service will be resumed shortly. Full show notes at http://fudsonfilm.com/year-three…
 
Nick Pinizzotto, President and CEO of National Deer Alliance (NDA), joins Sam on today's Conservation Coffee Break to introduce you to NDA and discuss some of the more pressing issues facing deer in North America. Learn more at thewildinitiative.com/conservation.
 
Tom Opre, of the Shepherds of Wildlife Society, sits down with Sam at the 2019 POMA Conference in Wichita, KS. In this episode, they discuss historical market-hunting and the destruction of wildlife habitat, the superiority of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation, restoration of African wildlife, how to be the “antichrist” of wildl ...…
 
We take a look at the poison of white nationalism in our latest good ol' fun time podcast, as we review American History X and Skin.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film.
 
Dustin Wittwer and Corey Beckendorf of Team Backcountry sit down with Living Country in the City at Hunt Expo in Salt Lake City to catch up after almost 100 episodes. In this podcast, which includes some surprise guest appearances, they discuss big life changes over the past few years, building careers with companies in the hunting industry, up ...…
 
Kristy Titus returns to Living Country in the City to catch up after two years. In this podcast they discuss living for those ultimate adventure backpack hunts, the Pursue the Wild elk call line, learning skills to build confidence in the backcountry, training how you hunt, people's disconnect on how meat gets to our table, tactics for dealing ...…
 
Episode 76 of the NonProphets podcast, in which Atief, Robert, and Scott talk about what they did over the summer (01:05); why they've been less enthusiastic about following politics lately (06:03); what they think about the Democratic primary debates so far (10:49); whether the Democrats should go low when Republicans go low (18:29); to what e ...…
 
It's been used to start a story since the 1300s, so this podcast is centuries in the making, as we look at some of the many films telling us what happened "Once Upon a Time" in the West, America, China, Mexico, Anatolia, and Hollywood. Cynics have cynically suggested this is a pretty weak theme to join together a bunch of films we fancied watch ...…
 
James Hardesty and Dana Davison sit down with Living Country in the City at Hunt Expo in Salt Lake City. We discuss the difference between preservation and conservation, key lessons learned from their time hunting, the excitement of being part of someone else’s success. We also discuss tips for a first-time elk hunter to prepare both mentally a ...…
 
Episode 75 of the NonProphets podcast, in which Atief, Robert, and Scott interview David Epstein, author of the best-selling books Range and The Sports Gene. We talk to David about what it means to have range and how the 10,000 hour rule falls short (00:38); how to adapt to "wicked" learning environments (03:10); why "omnivorous generalists" ar ...…
 
This time around we turn our attention to Fast and Furious Presents Hobbs and Shaw, The Sun Is Also A Star, and Knife+Heart.Full show notes available at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/intermission-august-2019/By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film.
 
Jackson Hartley and Hunter Dahl of YoungHuntr sit down with Living Country in the City at Hunt Expo in Salt Lake City to talk about helping other youth hunters document their experiences, the grind of promotion on social media, the opportunities and challenges youth face when getting into the outdoors, the pain of switching from youth tags to a ...…
 
The Legend, Spencer Kirksey sits down with Living Country in the City at Hunt Expo in Salt Lake City to talk about starting to really hunt as an adult, connecting with others through social media to improve your hunting experience, the positives and negatives of hunting in California, lessons he wish he’d learned when he first started hunting a ...…
 
We take a look at Lucas Belvaux's Trilogie films, an ambitious trio with interlinked narratives. Do these tie together in a neat bow, or are they less than the sum of their parts? Listen in and find out!Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/trilogie/By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film.
 
Jordan Budd and Jordan Adams sit down with Living Country in the City to talk things new hunters should focus on when getting into the outdoors, finding what drives you, how to keep hunting from being a completely hellish ordeal, how to get good deals on gear and how to go about building your gear kit and investing in yourself to learn the skil ...…
 
We examine the future of days past in our latest episode, as we look at some classic 70s Science Fiction. Strap yourself into our dystopia machine as we look at The Andromeda Strain, THX 1138, Solaris, Fantastic Planet, Soylent Green, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and Stalker.Get the full show notes at https://www.f ...…
 
Jacob Herman, Ali Spika and Dr. Brooks Tiller sit down with Living Country in the City to to discuss the issues standing in the way of making hunting more available to the weekend warrior, overpopulation of deer in the east, mentorship programs, pricing people out of hunting and tags being too expensive to encourage new hunters, proper deer her ...…
 
Dr. Brooks Tiller, Jacob Herman and Ali Spika sit down with Living Country in the City to talk about how to create a fitness plan for your hunt, learning to move well before increasing intensity, focusing on progress rather than comparisons, workouts that don’t require a gym or complex equipment, diet as part of fitness, altitude issues and the ...…
 
John Bair, VP of Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, sits down with Living Country in the City at Hunt Expo in SLC to discuss some of the biggest challenges facing hunters and our wildlife, not becoming a “single issue sportsman” by setting aside our personal interests for the sake of hunting, his passion for coyote and predator hunting, the herit ...…
 
We take a look at the best that July could throw at us, at least in terms of films, and at least in terms of the subset of those we got to this month. Join us as we dissect Toy Story 4, Yesterday, Lukas, Men In Black: International, and Spider-man: Far From Home.Get the full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/intermission-july-2019/…
 
Justus Neilsen of Rocky Mountain Ramblers joins Living Country in the City to talk about the excitement of bowhunting, getting his first hater, “normal” versus “weird” hunts, working at No Limits Archery, all about Rocky Mountain Ramblers and the story of his Alaskan bear hunt with his buddy Caleb. See the show notes page at livingcountryinthec ...…
 
Because one dog ain't enough, and two is too low, it's me, Three Dog! How you kids handlin' Post-Apocalyptia today? Or at least, an episode looking at two uniquely British takes on post nuclear war shenanigans, Threads and When the Wind Blows.Get the full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/threads-when-the-wind-blows/…
 
Corey Beckendorf of Crispi sits down with Living Country in the City at Hunt Expo in Salt Lake City to talk about the history of Crispi, what differentiates Crispi from other boot manufacturers, factors to consider when deciding on a boot, the diversity of the Crispi lineup, boot options for different styles of hunts, the pros and cons of diffe ...…
 
Welcome, everyone to Krzysztof Kieślowski Club. The first rule of Krzysztof Kieślowski Club is, of course, never spell club with a 'K', as it attracts entirely the wrong sort of clientele, and I'm not talking about Mortal Kombat fans. For me at least, the Polish director was very much part of baby's first attempt at cinephiling, as I approached ...…
 
Travis Greenwood and Scott Daniels of Team Bad Decision hop on the line with Living Country in the City to discuss the origination of their name and the book, their definition of “backcountry”, transparency and authenticity in storytelling, now downplaying your mistakes, the importance of developing mental toughness and how hunting has changed ...…
 
Brian Barney from the Eastmans’ Elevated Podcast interviews Living Country in the City, discussing hosting and listening to podcasts, taking advantage of what’s around you and just getting out hunting without overthinking the logistics, hunting turkeys in pajama pants, focusing on priorities and finding efficiencies in life, getting hangry and ...…
 
What delights lie in store for us in June's crop of movie reviews? Well, how does Rocketman, Aladdin, Godzilla: King of Monsters, Booksmart, I Am Mother, and X-Men: Dark Phoenix grab you?By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film.
 
In which we discuss Wesley Snipes' most widely celebrated turn as the vampire hunter Blade, in two excellent films. And then another, markedly less excellent one.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film.
 
Kimmi Greentree sits down with Living Country in the City at Hunt Expo in Salt Lake City to talk about growing up as a city girl, her interest in hunting being sparked by a desire to spend more time with Adam, not knowing your true capabilities until you step outside your comfort zone, her first hunt and harvest, how life has changed with this ...…
 
SUMMARY John Stallone of Interviews with the Hunting Masters joins Living Country in the City to discuss his Hunter Up initiative, fighting for those outside of your niche, presenting a united front in the fight to preserve hunting, portrayals of hunters in the media, voting hunting first, how to beat the Facebook algorithm and educating others ...…
 
We look at a selected sample of Mr. Snipes' 90s output, skewing more towards the dramatic than the kicky-punchy, to see if our recent praise for his abilities is justified. Join us!Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/wesley-snipesBy Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film.
 
Brandon Waddell of the Wilderness Attitude Podcast and Mountain Archery Fest joins Living Country in the City to talk about his terrible first experience with hunting and how his perception has changed, the satisfaction of teaching his children to hunt and watching them succeed, some of the more sordid details of his past and the person he used ...…
 
It's another one of those delightful episodes where we talk about the films we've seen recently - The Sisters Brothers, Hellboy, The LEGO Movie 2, Styx, and Avengers: Endgame. Why not listen in?By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film.
 
For the big 100, Living Country in the City summarizes thoughts on over two years of podcasting and makes a big announcement about the brand. Daniel Walters, the editor of Living Country in the City, also joins the podcast to discuss his initial impressions of hunters prior to the podcast and how that has changed, terms and concepts he’s learne ...…
 
Episode 74 of the NonProphets podcast, in which Atief, Robert, and Scott discuss the ethics of providing information, such as forecasts, to clients (00:45), why public information may be preferable to private when it comes to managing the risk of information misuse (13:12), and why it's so much simpler, from a moral perspective, to just paint h ...…
 
This episode represents something of a retreat to adolescence, to a simpler time when most of the films we watched were Die Hard on an Increasingly Silly Something. The something in this case being aeroplanes, and the silly being off the scales as we discuss the delights of Con Air and Passenger 57.Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/ ...…
 
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