Afternoon Brew: Burger King Stabbing, Ohio Could Take Over Cleveland Schools, Accident at Longaberger Building, and a Male Enhancement Pill Ruling

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Where every day is a picnic.
  • Where every day is a picnic.

Good afternoon, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while think about how cool it would be to work in a building shaped like a giant freaking picnic basket.

— A Burger King employee stabbed another Burger King employee because he thought he was spreading rumors about him. At least he didn't make him eat a Whopper. (WOIO)

— There was an accident near a Longaberger building in Newark, OH — a story we liked mainly because we enjoy looking at Longaberger buildings. (NewsNet5)

— Gov-elect John Kasich warns that the state could take over control of Cleveland schools if performance doesn't improve. That would totally fix everything! (Cleveland.com)

— Who would have thought that Enzyte, that bogus pill marketed as a solution for guys wanting bigger, ahem, appendages, would be involved in a potentially critical civil rights ruling involving privacy? (AP)

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