No, I don’t want to buy your Girl Scout cookies

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Recently, I came home to find a note taped to my front door. “It’s Cookie Time,” the note read, followed by a few typed sentences from a member of the Girl Scouts, with a plea to buy cookies by scanning the QR code below. I pulled the note off my door, crumpled it up, and threw it away. Then I thought to myself, “Have I ever not bought cookies from a Girl Scout before?” Never. But this was different. This was a note taped to a door. Then I noticed the same note on all my neighbor’s front doors. This was a flyer dump. No handshake, smile, or “thank you” given.

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