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Sacred Heart, 60 miles from home, forced to turn bus around
Twenty minutes out of Morgan Hill and a couple of hours from game time, Sacred Heart Cathedral football coach Barry McLaughlin got the call. “Turn around the bus and come back,” SHC athletic director Phil Freed said. “Game has been postponed.” The 6 p.m. Central Coast Section Open Division 3 quarterfinal game at Live Oak was one of 33 playoff games in the Bay Area called off Monday because of poor air quality caused by the Camp Fire in Butte County.
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Cleared Hot Episode 74 - Power Hour with Evan Hafer
Evan Hafer is the founder and CEO of Black Rifle Coffee. Prior to founding BRCC he spent twenty years serving this country, first as a Special Forces soldier (Green Beret), then as a contractor for the Central Intelligence Agency, completing multiple tours to Iraq and Afghanistan. Not all military experience is applicable to the business world, and not all veterans are well suited to create, build, and continue to grow a business. There are, however, many skills that have impact and applicability to business. We spent this hour discussing lessons learned, best practices, successful decisions, and mistakes made in the journey of growing BRCC. The last twenty minutes we discussed the long term impact of war on the individual, war crimes, and the ability to detach from an occupation before it is all that defines you. https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/
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The Mosque Attacks in New Zealand
A gunman opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, killing at least 50 people. The massacre was partly streamed online. We look at why the attack was, in some ways, made by and for the internet. Guest: Kevin Roose, who writes about technology for The New York Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily.