Girl Scout Cookies
Roughly 144,000 boxes of cookies are currently stacked in Girl Scouts' parents' garages, living rooms, and home offices across Alaska.
Girl Scout troops around the country have been the target of several thefts this year.
"The moms are getting really excited and they're saying that they need them.”
You might remember Liberty Counsel from its defense of Kim Davis. Now, it's going after your precious Thin Mints and Samoas.
Glover (a.k.a. Childish Gambino) told Stephen Colbert, "I never was like, I'll make this and then one day one girl will sell Girl Scout Cookies to it.”
The polymath showed us all just how different the two are on last night's 'Colbert.'
A girl in San Diego sold about $1,500-worth of cookies in a single afternoon, but was her ingenious move against the rules?
It seemed like a win-win for everyone when a Girl Scout made a ton of money selling cookies outside of an LA dispensary, but then things got complicated due to the name of a popular strain.
The knowledge that your Girl Scout Cookies are being baked by a crew of overworked, exhausted factory laborers just might make those treats taste a little less sweet.
_Building robots from robots with miniature robots. More coffee please._ h3. ONE: A single box of Girl Scout Cookies "could contain 15 billion dollars worth of graphene":http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2011-08/single-box-girl-scout-cookies...