How To Use Scoff In A Sentence

  • As Christians who reject evolutionary theory, the family scoffed at the park's dinosaur attractions, which date the apatosaurus, brachiosaurus and the like to prehistoric times.
  • When faced with mass desertion, regiments often lacked the personnel to pursue the scofflaws, and soldiers could count on the sympathy of civilians willing to give them jobs rather than report them.
  • How quickly does your scoff go off? The Sun
  • Desmond scoffed, and then flipping up the tail of his coat, turned to sit down on the chair beside Isabella's.
  • Any new medical condition is at first scoffed at as "malingering," "hypochondria" or "hysteria," and only slowly becomes established. Electrosensitives reach out to OEN
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  • Proponents say exam scofflaws are part of the price of annual testing, which shows parents how well a school is really doing, and dismiss the notion that accountability itself is the problem.
  • There are those who scoff at the school boy, calling him frivolous and shallow.
  • While others were scoffing at the notion of ebonics, I was lapping up inner city slang: that beautiful, musical, profane prose. Slashdot: Book Reviews
  • What a wonderful place the city had been to leave, as I looked down at it through the free and lucid air, the plane pitching in the thunderstorm which loomed as usual over Kenscoff.
  • During a recent conference featuring government and stock-exchange officials, a businessman named Bazarsad Jargalsaikhan won applause when he wagged his forefinger and scoffed, "We've been given many things in the past—worthless! Mining Boom Fuels New Mongol Hoard
  • He scoffed: 'It seems a ludicrous waste of money. The Sun
  • But they gave the trolls some food for thought by heading out to a restaurant and posting images of themselves scoffing burgers and macaroni cheese. The Sun
  • So you can scoff and snicker all you like at the shaggy, hangdog 27-year-old next door dressed in a baggy college sweatshirt and cargo shorts, taking empty pizza boxes and beer bottles to the dumpster. Two Cheers for the Maligned Slacker Dude
  • Almanac (1676) and we find it alluded to in Boccaccio, the classical sedile which according to scoffers has formed the papal chair (a curule seat) ever since the days of Pope Joan, when it has been held advisable for one of the Cardinals to ascertain that His The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Shane's upper lip curled up and she emitted a scoff of disgust.
  • In the "Carol of Occupations" occur, too, those formidable inventories of the more heavy and coarsegrained trades and tools that few if any readers have been able to stand before, and that have given the scoffers and caricaturists their favorite weapons. Birds and Poets : with Other Papers
  • Once she swaps stilettos for cowboy boots, scoffs on catfish and makes plum jam with her momma, you suspect that her and Andrew are never destined to make it down the aisle.
  • Wherefore, such opinions and persuasions are gradually insinuated into the mind, and are admitted insensibly without opposition or reluctancy, being never accompanied at their first admission with any secular disadvantage; -- but these divine convictions by the word befall men, some when they think of nothing less and desire nothing less; some when they design other things, as the pleasing of their ears or the entertainment of their company; and some that go on purpose to deride and scoff at what should be spoken unto them from it. Pneumatologia
  • While rolling his eyes, he scoffed, ‘You aren't still hung up about that are you?
  • Despite having scoffed those delicious buttermilk pancakes nearly two hours earlier, the smell is just too tempting. The Sun
  • Quite, the others scoffed, but that did not deem it holy.
  • It was more like a harsh bark of a scoff, rather than a laugh.
  • He believed that independence was the first duty of a literary man, and that true dignity consists in diligent labor rather than in indolent railing at fate and the scoffings of "uncomprehended" genius. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 74, December, 1863
  • As if to prove the point, she whipped out a large pile of ham and scoffed the lot.
  • We can scoff now at the innocence of the early atomic age when we were all advised that in a nuclear attack it was safe to hide under the kitchen table.
  • Scoffing at the suggestion that an undertaker is a "professional man," Chambers said any good plumber could learn how to embalm in sixty days. The Undertaker's Racket
  • Her converser let out a quick breath, almost a scoff.
  • The devising of folly is sin, and the scoffer is an abomination to all.
  • Or possibly her system was just busy digesting the amount of food she scoffed. The Sun
  • Escoffier and his famous Ritz-Carlton establishments played a role in taking gastronomy out of the palaces, but it was undoubtedly WWI, the Depression and WWII that cemented the fate of the royal cook.
  • The play scoffs at citizens like Gertrude who marry above their station; at wannabe gallants like Quicksilver the apprentice; and at ‘false’ gentlemen such as the new-made knight Sir Petronel Flash.
  • For the record I scoffed a tiny tub of blackcurrant so purple it sent my teeth mauve, and another of gooseberry and elderflower.
  • Sure, the big record labels scoffed at first at the idea of a female Cuban vocalist who wanted to sing old-fashioned country music. A Diva From Old Havana
  • Indeed, the Gators have been through a rough couple weeks, but Donovan scoffs at the perception that the scuffle is a sign of a team in turmoil. USATODAY.com - Gators come into tourney bruised, battling
  • People scoffed at the idea that he could carve out a successful solo career. The Sun
  • We scoff at the notion that anybody would be taken in by such scams.
  • The _hexerei_, or witchcraft, was something that was never doubted or scoffed at by his people. The White Feather Hex
  • You may scoff at the idea of running tights, but they will keep you warm. Times, Sunday Times
  • He scoffed: 'It seems a ludicrous waste of money. The Sun
  • And whether one is a 'scofflaw' is sometimes in the eyes of the beholder. Questions and Concerns about Foreigners in Mexico
  • Of course the scoffers again pooh-poohed the idea that any nations could be found willing to conclude such treaties; but those who ridiculed have been again put to shame, for within the last twelve months, thirteen treaties have been concluded between various nations. Randal Cremer - Nobel Lecture
  • There are those who scoff at the idea that there is a simple secret to life. Times, Sunday Times
  • So please stop trying to make me into your own personal straw man to knock over and then scoff at with little snidey remarks and condescending interjections. TEXAS FAITH: Glenn Beck and the culture of fear | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com
  • He was to live, it appeared, abominably worried, he was to live consciously rueful, he was to live perhaps even what a scoffing world would call abjectly exposed; but at least he was to live saved. The Finer Grain
  • People scoffed at the idea that he could carve out a successful solo career. The Sun
  • And here I am scoffing grapefruit, kiwi fruit, and granadilla in one sitting, plus muesli and yoghurt for breakfast - and I can't get enough of it. The Orange Problem
  • Some scientists tend to scoff at the idea of interstellar travel because of the enormous distances that separate the stars.
  • Some may scoff that they were fringe players. The Sun
  • “Mony thanks to ye,” he said, scoffingly, “for collecting sae muckle winter eilding for us; but if ye step a foot nearer it wi’ that lunt, it’s be the dearest step ye ever made in your days.” The Black Dwarf
  • I didn't want her to be a victim, but I wanted her to be someone who'd at least grown smarter from her year of living dangerously, someone who didn't scoff at the White House "meanies" who had tried to avert the mess, someone who was at least conscious about more than herself and her inner circle. Ms. Magazine Online
  • It has been called "the dull product of a scoffer's pen"; it is indeed the "product of a scoffer's pen"; but after reading the Excursion, few people will think it _dull_. Lectures on the English Poets Delivered at the Surrey Institution
  • Posing in a variety of eye-catching designer ensembles, the 24-year-old flame-haired Lancashire lass scoffs a bag of chips on the prom, rides a merry-go-round and makes sandcastles on the beach.
  • He scoffed at college, saying that he'd made a lot of money and he hadn't even bothered to finish college.
  • This was very baffling to his suit; but then these slumbers were accompanied by agreeable dreams, which completely inthralled the senses of the drowsy lover, so he continued to dream on, while all Granada scoffed at his infatuation, and groaned at the treasures lavished for a song. The Alhambra
  • He scoffs at neo-bohemian escapism in ‘What Are We Looking For,’ repeating the title in a glazed-over voice amid detuned horn hits.
  • Some cynics—citing his relative anonymity and his, well, nonelectric personal style—will scoff. Minnesota's Dark Horse Catches Some Big Breaks
  • How quickly does your scoff go off? The Sun
  • Some may scoff that they were fringe players. The Sun
  • When the listing was announced, most people did not scoff. Times, Sunday Times
  • Epitomizing Sokurov's ambivalence, the narrator scoffs at the film's climactic (or should I say inevitable?) ballroom dance yet expresses regret at having to leave.
  • Despite the scoffs of her colleagues, the experiment was completely successful.
  • He scoffed at the disparate creeds of religions, each claiming to see the truth through the colored lenses of its own dogmatism.
  • “And what will ye do, if I carena to thraw the keys, or draw the bolts, or open the grate to sic a clamjamfrie?” said the old dame, scoffingly. The Black Dwarf
  • At any rate, I now find myself in the position of being much like my friend, correcting people and scoffing at them behind their back.
  • As Christians who reject evolutionary theory, the family scoffed at the park's dinosaur attractions, which date the apatosaurus, brachiosaurus and the like to prehistoric times.
  • It is awesome to get this festive freebie but people always notice the one who scoffs the lot. The Sun
  • He may have his legion of knockers who scoff at his lack of goals compared with his wage packet.
  • IF you do not want to scoff an entire bag of crisps, remove the clips from a clothes hanger and use them to seal the bag. The Sun
  • You are pleased to scoff.
  • In his _Penelope's Web_ he writes: "They which smiled at the theatre in Rome might as soon scoff at the rudeness of the scene as give a plaudite at the perfection of the acting. Shakespeare's Lost Years in London, 1586-1592
  • For the most part, nanotech companies scoff at such scenarios. Globe and Mail
  • Before you scoff at the idea of him having feelings for a tone-deaf, entitled ditz, get this: He's not the only one with a Sugar craving. Mega Buzz: A CSI Goodbye, Claire's Modern Politics and an NCIS Triangle
  • The older generation, such as Aunt Olivia, tended to scoff at such suggestions.
  • She died; the censors heard the tale; and scoffed at the teller of it! and that Cornelius yet sits in the senate; those censors who approved his guilt yet live — I say _live_! The Roman Traitor (Vol. 1 of 2)
  • I kind of scoffed and raised my hand, because he didn't ask any of the chicks to volunteer. PHOTOS: Guess Whose Sister
  • Then why not scoff your way into the record book? Times, Sunday Times
  • It's easy to scoff at the notion of a shareholding democracy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Cynics scoffed, but there's a hard kernel of integrity here. Times, Sunday Times
  • When I was in the forces (I sound like Uncle Albert …” During the War!”) the only time I wore my uniform off duty was at the end of the working day and I was in barracks getting scoff from the Naafi. Thin Blue Line « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • Out of the corner of my eye I noted Patterson scoffing in disbelief.
  • Some scoff at the way he pursued fame, but was there any harm in chasing those off-field riches? Times, Sunday Times
  • Shaking his head with a scoff, he answered, ‘Fine.’
  • But when he flings caution to the wind and offers to divorce his wife and marry her, she scoffs at the idea.
  • But they gave the trolls some food for thought by heading out to a restaurant and posting images of themselves scoffing burgers and macaroni cheese. The Sun
  • Why not make exceptions for the type of individualist who (in the bad old days) people called a scofflaw, a rebel. redding.com Stories
  • If the locals aren't scoffing ripe fruit and fresh pasta from the table they are lying flat out on it, getting a massage.
  • Brown, who was under no delusion as to his share in the venture, scoffed openly at the idea of finding anything buried, in a land where every living "crittur," as he put it, was a thief from birth. The Ivory Trail
  • We have rigged up a sun shelter and have just dined, our "scoff" (Kaffir for "grub") being bread and bully beef. A Yeoman's Letters Third Edition
  • To the world and to herself, she was a no-nonsense, practical woman who scoffed at indulgence and spurned luxury.
  • Another story today contradicts the theory that these scofflaws are a bunch of ne'er-do-well capitalists, or at least most of them.
  • Shocked ministers may scoff at these findings. The Sun
  • Quite, the others scoffed, but that did not deem it holy.
  • Fearless of scoffing, and of the ostent, let us take our stand, our ground, and never desert it, to confront the growing excess and arrogance of realism. Democratic Vistas: Paras. 90–119. Collect
  • The tax bill has tucked in it, and noticed by virtually no one, a measure that would kill the Mayor's proposal to install cameras to catch red-light scofflaws at the city's most dangerous intersections.
  • Among those who are guilty of an offense against good taste, he is a scofflaw tormented by felons and scoundrels.
  • ‘Just as I thought,’ he scoffed, tossing me like a rag doll against the backboard of my bed.
  • When Matt Staggs first set up an account for me, I kind of scoffed at Facebook. Ecstatic Days » 2009 » September
  • No referee, no rules regarding ethics, no time limits were imposed - certainly Queensbury rules were scoffed at.
  • Then again, what Atheist calls the "tediousness" of the journey has undoubtedly a great hand in making some half-in-earnest men sceptics, if not scoffers. Bunyan Characters (2nd Series)
  • In fact last year the IRS had about $447 million in uncollected revenue mostly because there are fewer IRS workers and a lack of funding to go after scofflaws.
  • Switzerland on Thursday desperately sought to reassure its citizens and international banking clients that it would safeguard a treasured tradition of confidential accounts after taking tax fraud and agreed to pay 780 million dollars to the US tax fraud and agreed to pay 780 million dollars to the US government, cooperate in an ongoing probe and name scofflaw clients, the WN.com - Articles related to To woo customers, public banks extend home loan schemes
  • He scoffed and studied the origami napkin in front of him.
  • Thanks Carol for the info, we are not big movie goers but occassionally one we want to see is only on at the local art house as was 9/11 until last week ... audience was older (50-60-70) than I would hope to have seen and the comments were about divided afterwards in scoffing at it as an orchestrated sound bite political commercial or saying I told you so, now it all makes sense .... Page 2
  • I do remember some people scoffed at their name as childish hyperbole but we live in a world where megadeath caused by weapons of mass kaplooey is a real concern and the band is of this world ... you know what I mean. Archive 2004-10-01
  • He scoffed in what was considered a manly scoff and placed his fingers back to the bridge of his nose.
  • But he scoffed at conspiracy theories suggesting government, corporations and media conglomerates are in cahoots.
  • The term originated in a French culinary tradition that dates back to the nineteenth century when Escoffier, the great chef and writer, modernized the restaurant kitchen with what came to be known as the brigade system. The City Cook
  • And which was most absurd, they made gods upon such ridiculous occasions; As children make babies (so saith [6510] Morneus), their poets make gods, et quos adorant in templis, ludunt in Theatris, as Lactantius scoffs. Anatomy of Melancholy
  • The critics scoff, but we find this to be a clue.
  • Who knew I was using the word scoff wrong all these years? Archive 2009-03-01
  • I was able to prove the scoffers wrong.
  • The rodent squeezed into this bird feeder but after scoffing the lot was too fat to get out. The Sun
  • It argues over the ethics of non-involvement, and scoffs at those who would rationalize the repugnant for the sake of a settled conscience.
  • So to the critics who through your columns have scoffed at almost every proposed scheme to improve the city - especially the author of the letter who asked the last person leaving Bradford to turn off the lights - I say bah, humbug!
  • She laughed, a short scoff of a bark, and Lana even managed to smile, even if it was a bit wan and forced.
  • Do you get the following after scoffing certain foods? The Sun
  • Those who came to scoff remained to praise as allegedly worldly-wise hacks marvelled at the Queen's serenity and, according to one, her ‘dazzling smile’ and ‘engaging small talk’.
  • The most disquieting thing about the scofflaw spirit is its extreme infectiousness.
  • The amplified fragment of EF1a varies in size, from 947 nt in the two polyclads to 962 nt in C. roscoffensis to 965 nt in the three triclads.
  • Ten years ago, I would have scoffed at anybody who dared to speak such blasphemy.
  • Yes, wherever the blame lies, there can be no doubt about it, that what this hilarious scoffer calls the tediousness of the way is but a too common experience among many of those who, tediousness and all, will still cleave fast to it and will never leave it. Bunyan Characters (2nd Series)
  • Young people want the right to dance to grinding rhythms all night long while their parents fear it will turn them into degenerate scofflaws.
  • Cynics scoffed, but there's a hard kernel of integrity here. Times, Sunday Times
  • Some scoff at the way he pursued fame, but was there any harm in chasing those off-field riches? Times, Sunday Times
  • The beast was sozzled after scoffing fermented fruit. The Sun
  • But crowder, lady, and zipper cream peas are nothing to be scoffed at, nor is a fine black bean, navy bean, or great Northern. One Big Table
  • Did she just think her trousers had shrunk, or she had been scoffing too many army rations? Times, Sunday Times
  • Joseph, who succeeded the Ritz-Escoffier partnership, had an almost unique devotion to his art.
  • Helena's beer adds an aggressive malty note to her blinis which, as we're more likely to be scoffing them with wine than vodka in this country, is not an ideal match with pre-dinner drinks. How to cook perfect blinis
  • Even two centuries ago, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing scoffed that the bard was perhaps more praised than perused.
  • Next thing we know, he has been scoffing spaghetti carbonara at an Italian eatery.
  • I scoffed as Cale jotted down one line beneath the twenty scratched out ones.
  • Jesse let out a sound - half a scoff, half a snort - and gave me a look.
  • She looked up and glared at me hard for a moment before she shook her head and gave a soft amused noise that was halfway towards being a disbelieving scoff.
  • There will never be a wild card in major league baseball, skeptics scoffed.
  • Some may scoff that they were fringe players. The Sun
  • Shocked ministers may scoff at these findings. The Sun
  • In fact the two were childhood friends and the duchess herself scoffed at the suggestion. Times, Sunday Times
  • Hedge your bets by planting different species, as it is unlikely that the birds will scoff the lot.
  • He saith, that because the coming of _Christ_ should be long deferred, they should scoff, saying, _where is the promise of his coming_? Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John
  • He scoffed the rest of his appetizer as Wendy made her way to the kitchen.
  • The 100g bar of Chocolat Noir, which I scoffed in one heady moment of shameless indulgence, was chock-a-block with cocoa solids - a whopping 76 per cent.
  • You changed clothes when you got to the airlock on the Moon, but Adam planned to scoff his candies on the shuttle.
  • Five hundred people then scoffed it. The Sun
  • Luckily I recovered with a scoff, the evil eye, and a quick getaway.
  • Many scoffed at the absurdity of the claims and the great detective writer was held up to public ridicule. Times, Sunday Times
  • Scoff not its homeliness, nor that of its inmates — ye might long have abidden at the court of England, ere we had sought your favour, or cumbered you with our society. The Monastery
  • Vito surmised he was a plainclothesman and scoffed at the obviousness and absurdity of it. Fear
  • There are those who scoff at the idea that there is a simple secret to life. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yes, a scofflaw is a lawbreaker, and that's a bad thing to be, but the word doesn't really make you detest scofflaws, which is what the person seeking the word wanted. Sniglets and Slithy Toves
  • They scoff at them, not because they think them not supported by credible testimony, but because they are not what they call dignified, refined, and just such as they should have supposed all things to be that come from God. The Life of St. Frances of Rome, and Others
  • Partial aperiodic reinforcement, for example, evokes a rather more persistent response than one might expect, though Skinner would scoff at interpreting such persistence as hope springing eternal.
  • _in ano_, or some such other secret disease, as the common conuersant can hardly discouer, and the Phisition either not speedily heale, or not honestly bewray? of which infirmities the scoffing _Pasquil_ wrote, _Vleus vesicae renum dolor in peno scirrus_. The Arte of English Poesie
  • In this actual world a churchless community, a community where men have abandoned and scoffed at or ignored their religious needs, is a community on the rapid downgrade. The Courage To Be Christian
  • Or possibly her system was just busy digesting the amount of food she scoffed. The Sun
  • And while social programs are nothing to scoff at, the more mundane stuff, like where to go when you're 17 on a Friday night, is what most underagers are most concerned with.
  • All those who scoff at Ian Fleming's spy fantasies should think again.
  • For years they smirked at the boorishness of patriotism, until it occurred to them: Why scoff when you can hijack?
  • We watch through our fingers as another convenience meal is nuked in the microwave, another can of fizzy pop is guzzled, another packet of crisps scoffed.
  • She scoffed her food down quickly.
  • It would be unwise to keep Koi if you live on the flight path of migrating osprey - they'll scoff the lot, as will herons.
  • The Micmac scoffed at the notion of French superiority. 1491 « Gerry Canavan
  • She would have scoffed at the idea of a formal supper, and packed a picnic to haul off to the nearest fragrant meadow.
  • Whatever one may think of “molecular gastronomy” a term that Ferran reviles, it represents the most dramatic change to restaurant cooking since Escoffier. The Sorcerer’s Apprentices
  • Rachel forced a scoff as she turned for the pink canopy bed.
  • Wearing anything from period costume to Lycra leggings, the teams also have to perform tasks such as scoffing a piece of cake or bobbing an apple at various points.
  • Go figure," Young scoffed from the podium Sunday during his acceptance speech at the stadium adjacent to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. USATODAY.com - Young scrambles into Hall
  • She isn't giving up without a fight; she's scoffing broccoli heads and noni juice and shark liver oil.
  • Luckily, Carrie is well practised at disguising her vegetarianism and has been known to scoff hamburgers whole just to throw people off her scent.
  • Because of our bent toward science and statistics, the Count generally scoffs at the idea of jinxes. The Great Derby Curse Strikes Once Again
  • But what makes this weekend off so much more special than the rest is the fact that we have an excuse to scoff countless numbers of chocolate Easter eggs.
  • Cary took him by the hand, and asked pardon of him for his scoffing, saying that he had that day played the best man of all of them; and Jack, who never bore malice, began laughing in his turn, and — “Oh, Mr. Cary, we have all known your pleasant ways, ever since you used to put drumble-drones into my desk to Bideford school.” Westward Ho!
  • “What do you want with a boathook in the middle of the ocean?” he had scoffed. Rowing the ATLANTIC
  • Joseph, who succeeded the Ritz-Escoffier partnership, had an almost unique devotion to his art.
  • The snack should also be scoffed with skimmed milk. The Sun
  • The beast was sozzled after scoffing fermented fruit. The Sun
  • As Christians who reject evolutionary theory, the family scoffed at the park's dinosaur attractions, which date the apatosaurus, brachiosaurus and the like to prehistoric times.
  • Those that truly feared God were always testifying that God would come, and take vengeance on them for their impieties and impenitency; but because these judgments were not speedily executed, the sinful world did always despise their warnings, and scoff at their message. The Sermons of John Owen
  • How quickly does your scoff go off? The Sun
  • At the time, North scoffed at the suggestion such a link existed.
  • That so many music downloaders in the surveys are not concerned with matters of copyright does not mean that they are criminals, or even scofflaws, or that they do not understand copyright law.
  • The current estimate of $100 billion (Rs 5 lakh crore) in mobile services annually is a drop in this ocean but it is not a number to be scoffed at, particularly since India is expected to lead the services revolution. 2009 August « One Size Fits One
  • Another story today contradicts the theory that these scofflaws are a bunch of ne'er-do-well capitalists, or at least most of them.
  • Unfortunately, these opinion-oriented authors have gotten nothing but scoffs from friends of mine.
  • They scoff, and speak with malice; in their arrogance they threaten oppression.
  • How is it going to enforce its will on a persistent scofflaw?
  • But I still detected some misgivings - and not only among the press corps scoffing moussaka between briefings.
  • So it was not only the scoffing of infidels which spread the conviction that the religious life of France needed comprehensive reform.
  • Although some may scoff, it has been a remarkably compelling vision.
  • Scoff you may, but in a sterile world, the wall is just one more thing to scrub down.
  • He went on to scoff crickets, silkworm pupae and tarantulas alongside his usual food. The Sun
  • And now, before I take up my tale, I want to anticipate the doubting Thomases of psychology, who are prone to scoff, and who would otherwise surely say that the coherence of my dreams is due to overstudy and the subconscious projection of my knowledge of evolution into my dreams. CHAPTER II
  • No referee, no rules regarding ethics, no time limits were imposed - certainly Queensbury rules were scoffed at.
  • I'm only responsible for scoffing the plain ones.
  • Before we scoff, let us consider the power of the celebrity for a moment.
  • Following the Stamp Act upheavals, he tried to keep smugglers and other scofflaws from flouting Parliament's authority.
  • I scoffed at the idea of such a thing when it first struck me, just as many of you are scoffing now.
  • Do you get the following after scoffing certain foods? The Sun
  • Oh yeah, you may scoff but soon you'll be copying my pink eye look and trying to duplicate my Gabriel's trumpet-like sneeze.
  • So Canzano, Bergin, and every prohibitionist who scoffs at people in serious pain treating it with a non-toxic herb pull out their calculators and exclaim "90% of cardholders are using it for pain, not glaucoma or cancer! Russ Belville: The Top Ten "Reefer Madness" Stories of 2011

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