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  • C is for cookie, that's good enough for Hillary

    09/06/2016 6:13:41 PM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 14 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 09/06/16 | Dan Calabrese
    Concussion, Coughing, Caskets, Conspiracy, Corruption, Communist, Clinton Hillary Clinton claims she doesn’t understand that the letter C on official government documents means they are classified as confidential. What else could C stand for? C is for cookie, according to Cookie Monster. C is for corruption, something the Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton Foundation engages in every single day as it accepts anticipatory presidential bribes from far and wide.
  • Marijuana-infused cookie sends Oregon boy to hospital

    02/17/2016 9:17:29 AM PST · by aimhigh · 15 replies
    Oregonian ^ | 02/16/2016 | Noelle Crombie
    An 8-year-old Klamath Falls boy became ill last Saturday after eating a marijuana-infused cookie that he found on the ground. The child's mother, Jessica Hart, 30, said her son, Jackson, came home from an afternoon outing at a local rock quarry complaining he was sick. He pulled at his chest and made motions that suggested he was choking. He had trouble keeping his eyes open.
  • Milano cookie battle: Pepperidge Farm sues Trader Joe’s over copyright infringement

    12/07/2015 10:37:34 AM PST · by servo1969 · 28 replies ^ | 12-7-2015 |
    Pepperidge Farm is suing Trader Joe's for infringing on the trademark of its popular Milano cookie. According to a complaint filed on Wednesday in New Haven, Connecticut federal court, the grocery chain's version of a sandwich cookie, called Trader Joe's Crispy Cookies, look too similar to the Milano cookie and the products' sale is "damaging its goodwill and confusing shoppers," reports Reuters. Milano cookies, which were first introduced to the market in 1956, are crispy oval-shaped vanilla cookies with a chocolate crème filling. Over the years, variations have been introduced, including mint chocolate, orange chocolate and even pumpkin spice. The...
  • Browser question, Google Pref Cookie questions, Government spying question. (Vanity)

    09/28/2015 10:53:24 AM PDT · by LowOiL · 9 replies
    Self | 9-28-2015 | Me
    Yesterday a few of us got a warning that FR (the redirect page that goes to articles) was not allowed due to being a possible Malware site. This warning was placed up due to our browsers being in check with google which provides the browsers with a list of suspected Malware sites. When one tries to surf to a site that has been flagged as containing Malware or is known as a redirect portal that has been flagged as possible redirecting to bad sites it activates a warning page and will not let you proceed. This can be a good...
  • Now Michelle Obama Has Caused America’s ‘Best Cafeteria Cookie’ To Be Outlawed

    08/24/2014 12:11:55 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 63 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | August 23, 2014 | Eric Owens
    An eruption of aggravation about what American schoolchildren can no longer eat in school cafeterias is never far away in the Obama era.Now, thanks to federal intervention that first lady Michelle has made her signature issue, students in all 11 taxpayer-funded public schools in Elyria, Ohio cannot enjoy the famous Elyria pink cookie anymore.This cookie is no ordinary cookie, according to The Chronicle-Telegram, the Cleveland suburb’s local newspaper.It’s a velvety, cake-like, scrumptious delicacy glazed with a huge dollop of sugary pink icing. Cleveland magazine dubbed the Elyria pink cookie the “Best Cafeteria Cookie” in 2009. Locals will even call up...
  • Can a "Holiday" cookie really take you out of commission for an entire day?

    12/10/2013 9:44:51 AM PST · by The Looking Spoon · 5 replies
    The Looking Spoon ^ | 12-10-13 | The Looking Spoon
    Yesterday I had what is seemingly becoming a perennial 1-day December flu (as it has been the third time in the last four years I've had it at this exact time). I was able to get one post off, and then spent the rest of the day bed-ridden because any movement whatsoever made things much worse.I don't know why this happened. I did have a Christmas Holiday (Marxmas?) cookie the night before (below), but that couldn't be the problem. I mean a cookie can't make you violently ill...Right?Well, I'm feeling almost 100% today, so back to work I go!
  • Crumb & Get It - No To Joe

    09/21/2012 7:05:53 AM PDT · by tentmaker · 5 replies
    YouTube ^ | Aug 18, 2012 | by MrBobsStuff1
    A small business owner refused to do a photo op with Vice President Joe Biden. Why? Because Chris McMurray works hard at building his own business and disagrees with statements made by President Obama that he didn't do it on his own, statements supported by Joe Biden. It's people like Chris and his wife Kelly that make America great! Crumb & Get It Cookie Company:
  • The great Girl Scouts cookie debate: should we give Girl Scouts a second chance?

    01/18/2012 4:03:31 PM PST · by Morgana · 45 replies
    anuary 18, 2012 ( - Cathy Ruse’s article yesterday urging pro-life and pro-family advocates not to buy Girl Scouts of America (GSA) cookies, both because of the organization’s ties to Planned Parenthood and an overall “progressive” agenda, has ignited quite the debate. Not only is the article LifeSiteNews’ most read article of the week, it has also drawn an enormous amount of commentary, both supportive and critical. Lots of readers agree that GSA’s ties to Planned Parenthood disqualify its cookie initiative from receiving support, while others argue it’s unfair to tar the whole organization with the actions of some GSA...
  • Cookie Recipe Request

    12/26/2011 5:06:29 PM PST · by Talisker · 33 replies
    12/26/11 | Vanity
    This is a request for a recipe for a specific kind of cookie I had during a Christmas celebration. I think it's a kind of biscotti, because it was narrow and hard (but not too hard). I took it off a cookie plate, and because it was hard I dipped it in my coffee, and... wow. Just wow, was it REALLY good. But. Biscottis cost a fortune pre-made. And I don't even know where to go looking for this one. So I'm asking the Freeper cookiemakers if they have any ideas. It was a cinnamon/nutmeg flavor, I think. And it...
  • A Christmas Cookie Gave Me Food Poisoning!

    12/02/2010 7:10:19 PM PST · by The Looking Spoon · 10 replies
    The Looking Spoon ^ | 12-2-10 | Jared H. McAndersen
    Someone gave it to me and said that if it will taste a lot better if I let it age 2 years. It gave me food poisoning! The culprit is below.
  • Cookie monster! (Dopey politician calls cops to stop teen kids from selling home-made cup cakes)

    11/16/2010 5:10:33 PM PST · by WebFocus · 26 replies
    New York Post ^ | 11/16/2010 | Jennifer Bain and Leonard Greene
    This is the police. Step away from the cupcakes! A half-baked town-board member called the cops on a pair of pint-size entrepreneurs for selling their cookies and cupcakes in a Westchester park without a permit. "A lot of people go to eat lunch in the park," one of the bummed-out baker boys, Andrew DeMarchis (pictured), 13, of Chappaqua, told The Post yesterday. "So everybody bought dessert from us. When the cop first pulled up, I didn't know he was there for us. Then he walked up to us. I didn't know we needed a permit. I was more shocked than...
  • Likely fallout from cookie-dough illnesses: more than 200 layoffs

    06/22/2009 8:23:23 PM PDT · by greatdefender · 47 replies · 1,908+ views
    CNN ^ | 22 June 2009
    A Nestle plant linked to an outbreak of illness has been shut temporarily, and the company said Monday that it expects to lay off more than 200 workers as a result. Preliminary results "indicate a strong association with eating raw prepackaged cookie dough," the CDC says. "It's likely that we're going to have some temporary layoffs at that facility," Nestle spokeswoman Roz O'Hearn said of the Danville, Virginia, facility that was churning out refrigerated cookie-dough products until Thursday. About 550 people work at the factory, but only about half of them work on cookie dough, she said. The rest work...
  • Stuck In A Who Who

    06/02/2008 8:42:05 AM PDT · by fings · 9 replies · 84+ views
    Bo (woof) In Commentary: Have you ever gotten so excited over something that you forgot everything else around you? You know, like when you hear the word treat…all else ceases to exist except the placement of the cookie jar and the hand that dips into it. Well here’s a story about a little terrier that was focused on a mouse and the subsequent fallout from his inability to multi-task. (Hector the dog was left howling in frustration after he took an unfortunate turn during a mouse hunt. The Norfolk terrier got his head wedged in an owl-shaped earthenware pot a...
  • David Cook Is A Rock-And-Roll Red State, In 'Bigger Than The Sound'

    05/29/2008 8:09:34 PM PDT · by lainie · 88 replies · 179+ views
    eMpTyV ^ | 5-29-2008 | James Montgomery
    'American Idol' winner is embodiment of the overwhelming majority of people in this country, whom I will never understand To put it in much clearer terms: I do not understand the phenomenon of David Cook because David Cook is pretty much everything I am not. He is a former frat guy turned bartender, the kind of guy who willingly chooses to perform songs by Switchfoot and Collective Soul and proudly proclaims his undying affection for Our Lady Peace. He sings in an earnest, gruff, decidedly weathered voice, not unlike the kind you hear all over rock radio or in a...
  • Profile of Kirkwood Shooting Victims (Black Kills 4 Whites, Media Plays Down Race Question)

    02/23/2008 10:32:24 AM PST · by Recovering_Democrat · 26 replies · 281+ views
    Ken Yost, 61 Kirkwood’s longtime public works director was quiet and didn’t ruffle easily, friends said. “He was always on top of things. … I mean this was a salt-of-the-earth kind of guy,” said Tim Fischesser of the St. Louis County Municipal League. Yost was active in the First Presbyterian Church of Kirkwood, where his wife, Cathy, is on the staff. They led three Hurricane Katrina relief missions to Gulfport and Biloxi, Miss.
  • Christian 'infidels' to eat 'Muhammad'

    01/25/2008 4:12:04 AM PST · by SilvieWaldorfMD · 28 replies · 1,117+ views
    Christian 'infidels' to eat 'Muhammad' Political TV hosts fed up with PC Islam will devour cookie with face of prophet Posted: January 24, 2008 1:00 a.m. Eastern By Joe Kovacs © 2008 A new, cutting-edge, political TV show will challenge Islam with biting humor tomorrow night, placing the face of the prophet Muhammad onto a cookie and then having it eaten on camera. "We're going to take a stand and say Muhammad's face is delicious," said Molotov Mitchell, the 28-year-old incendiary creator and host of "Flamethrower," a program described as a low-budget, gritty cross between the "The Daily Show,"...
  • Marine Band San Diego supports annual Girl Scout cookie mission

    05/18/2006 5:23:59 PM PDT · by SandRat · 2 replies · 467+ views
    Marine Corps News ^ | Staff Sgt. Jeff Janowiec
    MARINE CORPS RECRUIT DEPOT SAN DIEGO (May 19, 2006) -- Marine Band San Diego sent a delegate of five Marines to the locally harbored USS Midway on Saturday where they provided patriotic music for the Girl Scout Operation Thin Mint 2006 Sendoff Celebration. Girl Scouts by the hundreds, troop leaders and parents gathered on the large carrier’s deck and surrounded the center stage waving miniature American flags while the brass quintet played patriotic music. The girls met on the ship as a formal way to send massive quantities of cookies sold throughout the year to the troops deployed overseas. Bill...
  • America Supports You: 'Cookie' Lady Appears on Martha Stewart Show

    12/21/2005 4:35:02 PM PST · by SandRat · 4 replies · 409+ views
    America Supports You ^ | Dec 21, 2005 | Sgt. Sara Wood, USA
    WASHINGTON, Dec. 21, 2005 – A South Carolina woman who has been sending cookies to servicemembers overseas since 1990 said she's been flooded with e-mails from people wanting to help since she appeared recently on "Martha," the TV show hosted by Martha Stewart. Jeanette Cram, affectionately dubbed "the Cookie Lady," said this surge in support proves that she was successful in giving the message to the American public that the troops need support. She appeared on Stewart's show Dec. 16, lending a helping hand in the kitchen and talking about her campaign to support the troops. She also got a...
  • Suspected cookie thief goes to extremes

    06/09/2005 12:25:38 PM PDT · by txroadkill · 1 replies · 222+ views
    Yahoo news ^ | Jun 9,2005 | Reuters
    NICOSIA (Reuters) - Cyprus international airport operations were disrupted when a man drove a car under parked planes and forced a taxiing airliner to change course to avoid a collision, authorities said. A chase to catch the driver, identified as a 30-year-old Greek, disrupted airport traffic Wednesday night. Control tower workers raised the alarm after seeing a car speeding under parked aircraft at Larnaca airport on Cyprus's southeast coast. A Cyprus Airways jet which had just landed had to change course to avoid collision. "The car was heading straight for us," the pilot said. The man was being questioned by...
  • State representative seeks to curb school cookie sales

    04/30/2005 3:44:43 AM PDT · by r5boston · 10 replies · 414+ views
    The Boston Herald ^ | April 29, 2005 | AP
    AMHERST, Mass. - A proposed bill that would curtail cookie and cake sales in Massachusetts' elementary and high schools has few fans among hungry teens here. "Kids don't want to buy carrots; they want to buy cake,'' Atayvia Sowers, a 17-year-old student at Amherst Regional High School, told the Daily Hampshire Gazette as she unwrapped a plate of brownies for an after-school bake sale sponsored by the student group People of Color United. Supporters say the bill, proposed by state Rep. Peter J. Koutoujian, D-Waltham, is aimed at curbing childhood obesity. It would prevent student groups from selling sweets on...
  • Mrs. Bush vs. teresa heinz kerry: FREEP this Poll!

    This is from today's (6/22/2004) chat with Mrs. Bush at Question: Would you ever condider debating Mrs. Kerry? I guarantee with your class and intelligence, you would win hands down. Mrs. Laura Bush answered: Thanks for your kind words, but fortunately, Mrs. Kerry and I don't have to debate. Our husbands will be doing plenty of that. I think the only debating we'll be doing is over who bakes a better cookie! Family Circle magazine is running a contest to see who has the best cookie recipe. Go to to vote for my Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies. They...
  • How did the Kerry cookies crumble? (Kerry stole a business idea)

    05/06/2004 7:49:29 AM PDT · by dennisw · 12 replies · 249+ views
    .hillnews ^ | January 28, 2004 | Sam Dealey
    How did the Kerry cookies crumble? By Sam Dealey To hear Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) tell it, his brief foray into the cookie business in the late 1970s gives him a leg up on the concerns of small-business owners. Earlier this month, the Democratic presidential candidate introduced his small-business program with vignettes from his own cookie-making experience. Yet all that experience kind of, well, crumbles, in the mind of David Liederman, another cookie entrepreneur. Liederman, the founder of the David’s Cookies chain, claims Kerry ripped off the idea from him. “The bottom line is he just stole it from me,”...
  • Girl Scouts: "We Partner With Planned Parenthood Organizations" (GSA CEO says door open to PP)

    03/09/2004 6:17:08 AM PST · by WildReeling · 30 replies · 384+ views ^ | March 9, 2004 | Paul Nowak
    Washington, DC ( -- Pro-life advocates thought the battle was over when the Texas Bluebonnet Council of the Girl Scouts severed ties with Planned Parenthood, ending a decade of support for the abortion business' programs for youth and clergy. That changed when Kathy Cloninger, CEO of the Girl Scouts of America, appeared on NBC's "Today" show Friday morning to discuss the boycott. "The Girl Scouts in Waco, Texas, really made a decision based on local community context, they decided that in this particular situation that it would be in the best interest of girls and their families to discontinue the...
  • Student Puts Repellent on Teacher's Cookie

    12/04/2003 5:42:38 PM PST · by stainlessbanner · 20 replies · 253+ views
    yahoo! ^ | Dec 04, 2003
    SAMMAMISH, Wash. - A sixth grader sprayed nonpoisonous dog repellent on a cookie intended for her teacher and has been expelled, officials say. The situation developed when the pupil brought some store-bought chocolate chip cookies to school Monday for a party at Elizabeth Blackwell Elementary School in this suburb east of Seattle, Lake Washington School District spokesman Peter Daniels said.She handed one cookie to her teacher, who took a bite. About half a dozen other students bit into cookies that apparently had been hit with overspray and -- like the teacher -- coughed at the bitter taste and strong odor...
  • And that's how the cookie crumbles [important research!]

    10/02/2003 2:23:32 PM PDT · by AntiGuv · 5 replies · 304+ views
    CNN News ^ | October 2, 2003 | CNN
    <p>LONDON, England -- When cookie-lovers open packages of their favorite snacks, some of the biscuits are often in bits.</p> <p>Now scientists say they know why -- and it has little to do with the way cookies are packaged and transported.</p>
  • SMU halts race-based bake sale

    09/24/2003 9:45:14 PM PDT · by Prof Engineer · 52 replies · 329+ views
    Dallas Morning News ^ | 24Sep03 | LINDA K. WERTHEIMER
    SMU halts race-based bake sale Anti-affirmative action group used ethnicity, gender to set prices 08:51 PM CDT on Wednesday, September 24, 2003 By LINDA K. WERTHEIMER / The Dallas Morning News The sign said white males had to pay $1 for a cookie. White women: 75 cents. Hispanics: 50 cents. Blacks: a quarter. The event Tuesday at Southern Methodist University was no PTA bake sale. It was a conservative student group's attempt at making a political statement, and it caused such a stir that SMU shut it down after 45 minutes. The Young Conservatives of Texas chapter ran its so-called...
  • Protest sale offered cookies at different prices, depending on race

    09/26/2003 3:27:38 PM PDT · by chance33_98 · 38 replies · 346+ views
    Protest sale offered cookies at different prices, depending on race By The Associated Press (9/26/03 - DALLAS) — Southern Methodist University officials have shut down a bake sale in which cookies were offered for sale at different prices, depending on the race and gender of the buyer. The sale Tuesday was organized by the Young Conservatives of Texas, who said it was intended as a protest of affirmative action. A sign said white males had to pay $1 for a cookie. The price was 75 cents for white women, 50 cents for Hispanics and 25 cents for blacks. Members...
  • Texas Conservative Group Sets Cookie Price on Race

    09/26/2003 7:32:15 AM PDT · by nypokerface · 6 replies · 264+ views
    Reuters ^ | 09/26/03
    DALLAS (Reuters) - Southern Methodist University said on Thursday it shut down a bake sale on campus by a conservative political group that sold cookies at different prices, based on a customer's race and gender. The Young Conservatives of Texas, a nonpartisan group that mostly campaigns for Republican-backed policies and candidates, said the bake sale was aimed at bringing attention to what it sees as flaws in affirmative action policies. The university said the group's actions were offensive. Cookies were priced at $1 for white males, 75 cents for white females, 50 cents for Hispanics and 25 cents for blacks....
  • Identify These Two and Win a Cookie!

    08/24/2003 3:03:16 PM PDT · by O.C. - Old Cracker · 35 replies · 130+ views
  • Is Google too powerful?

    02/23/2003 4:57:25 PM PST · by WaterDragon · 43 replies · 335+ views
    BBC.UK ^ | February 21, 2003 | Bill Thompson
    Everyone's favourite search engine now owns the world's most popular blogging tool. With its purchase of Pyra Labs, Google now runs Blogger and with it the weblogs of hundreds of thousands of opinionated net users. The story of the buyout was, appropriately enough, broken on a weblog by journalist Dan Gillmor, shortly followed by an 'official' announcement on his personal blog from Prya Labs co-founder Evan Williams. Then the blogs and technology news sites went wild, making this the net news story of the week, if not the month. Not journalism We should not get carried away by all this.Ridiculous...
  • Assignment America: In Defense of Hon

    10/21/2002 9:02:05 PM PDT · by stainlessbanner · 7 replies · 324+ views
    UPI ^ | 10/14/2002 | John Bloom
    NEW YORK, Oct. 14 (UPI) -- I haven't been able to find a strict academic etymology for the word "hon," which obviously derives from "honey," which in my home state of Texas derives in turn from "honeychild," but I would place it in the linguistic group, which should henceforth be known as Saccharinity Personal Pronouns.This has become a matter of some urgency, ever since Maryland State Trooper Kelly Austin allegedly went into a rage during a routine traffic stop when a civilian addressed her as "hon." The offending endearment resulted in the arrest of Frank J. Iula Jr., a computer...