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The Girl Scouts of America Web site was playfully defaced by a crew calling itself Hackweiser Saturday night.

"We demand cookies for all the l33t hax0rs and skript kiddies out there," the crew says. "We need Samoas, Thin Mints, and some Tagalongs Peanut Butter Patties!!!"

"B0OB wants extra SAMOAS cause his are all gone... Hes also a fat ass... but don't tell him I said that! (he says he is not)."

Preempting criticism that the exploit might have been too easy to qualify as l33t, Hackweiser adds a disclaimer, "Note: This might be an NT haxor, but you are just jealous you didnt find this box first."

Having made their bones, the crew anticipates with pleasure that "Now we can get some girlies." Well, except perhaps fat-ass B0OB, unless, of course, he lays off the Samoas. ®

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