Morning Brew: Good Schools, Bad Fathers, Animal Abuse and Sexy Pictures

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Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to peruse while you make sure your spouse isn't pouring Jameson into your toddler's sippy cup.

— Early nominee for Father of the Year: Guy gives 2-year-old stepdaughter enough booze that she registers a 0.25% BAC upon arriving at hospital. (KARE11)

— An animal rights group secretly videotaped some alleged abuse at a farm near Dayton. The video purports to show handlers beating and abusing cows with pitchforks and crowbars. No steak knifes were involved, however. (BizJournals.com)

— Three Cleveland schools, two of which are of the charter variety, were praised in a study of urban education in Ohio. (Cleveland.com)

— Finally, WEWS Channel 5 has news every man should be sharing with his wife or girlfriend: "Bedroom photos boost female confidence." See, honey, these nekkid photos are really for you, not me. (WEWS)

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