Missing Cookies, A First Date Horror Tale & Presidential Photobomb

It’s an understatement to say that Girl Scout cookies are a treat, but even as delicious as they are, they still have a shelf life.
Girl Scout law states that members of the organization will be “honest and fair,” and “respect authority,” among other things.
As Morning Edition host Rachel Martin said on Monday, $15,000 worth of Girl Scout cookies were stolen in February by a troop leader in Kentucky.
Woman In Kentucky Absconds With Girl Scout Cookies, Police Say Listen · 0:29 0:29Under the Girl Scout cookie business model, the cookies are picked up and sold by the scouts and then paid for after the sales, so the troops are not limited by paying upfront for them.
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