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Chris Clarke-Epstein

Oh, Marilynn. You can have my life-time allotment of Thin Mints, if I can have your's of Trefoils. Those shortbread cookies in a plastic tube have been my downfall for years. I figured that there was a law that said, if you open it, you must eat them all!

Buying cookies from the Girls Scouts is like shopping in a museum store. Spending money to support a good cause isn't really spending money...

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