Morning Brew: Bath Salts as Drugs, Scrap Metal Thefts, Casino Looking for Workers With Good Personalities, and Wind Chills

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Good morning, Cleveland. Here's some stuff to read while you put on every layer of clothing you own.

— Cleveland's casino is looking to hire people with good personalities. Translation: They don't mind if you're fat. (Cleveland.com)

— Over 2,000 warrants were issued to search homes suspected of being broken into for copper and other scrap metal in Cleveland in 2010. That's just depressing. (NewsNet5)

— Medina police warned parents that kids are using bath salts as drugs these days. They're also having pill parties, wearing wristbands that indicate what they're willing to do sexually, vodka eyeballing, and huffing cinnamon. Those bastards are high 24/7. (Fox 8)

— Authorities say wind chills in Ohio today could reach dangerous levels. So stay inside and get drunk. That's what we'd do. (AP)

We'll be back momentarily.

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