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January 12, 2006

Girl Scout Cookies, Anyone?

So it's that time of year when thoughts turn to Thin Mints and Samoas. Yes, that's right, the Girl Scouts are out selling cookies again (actually I think it's earlier than last year).

This page has details on the cookies; the Cafe Cookies are new this year; they don't have the Double Dutch from last year. The cookies are delicious, they freeze well, and selling them supports over 15,000 girls and 2,000 volunteers in the local council.

Now, I don't think you are supposed to sell them over the Internet. So, I am only making this offer to people who work at Microsoft main campus (including Red-West and the other buildings on 148th), where I could hand-deliver the cookies. It's $4/box, and payment is due on delivery in early March. I'll bring you the cookies and you can pay me then, or I/O mail the payment to me if you don't have cash or you're not there when I come by. Leave a comment here, or send me email, and I'll hook you up. Thanks!

Posted by AdamBa at January 12, 2006 02:16 PM

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Who is the idiot who decided to get rid of the Double Dutch cookies - they were wonderful (beat the Thin Mints hands down - and for years I loved those). Is there any place I can still get them (am willing to buy direct from the manufacturer & pay shipping)? For 2 years I bought them by the case (and bought multiple cases) - this year I have bought a grand total of 4 boxes of cookies. Congratulations on the stupidity of this maneuver.

Posted by: Mary Farris at February 28, 2006 06:15 PM