if you apply on f0/0 then it must be inbound and on s0/0 outbound.
You can achieve this with a standard ACL only taking care of the source IP and a standard ACL should be applied as close to the destination as possible but in your case as the destination is any you can apply where you want.
the only difference is that if it is inbound on f0/0 then the router won't event try to route the packet or NAT it and if it is applied outbound on s0/0 then the router will do a routing lookup and before sending the packet down s0/0 it will see it is denied so it will drop it and I think but I'm not sure that the NAT translation will be made.
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