Today, with Communism defeated or in retreat nearly everywhere, it is easy to scoff
at the rack of dominos.
And to those who say a team in contention must make a move for the stretch run, Stoneman scoffs
ANAHEIM - Upon his recent retirement, Jose Canseco estimated that 85 percent of the players in the major leagues have used steroids, a figure at which the Angels' resident fitness expert scoffs
at the risks of finishing a poorly planned school on a site seeping potentially explosive and toxic gases from old abandoned oil wells.
If the Lakers don't want to pay the best money for the best talent, send them my way,'' said Cuban, who scoffs
at the tax.
RON Unz's announcement he will be a candidate for the Republican Senatorial nomination in 2000, seeking to replace Democrat Dianne Feinstein, has drawn scoffs
and snickers from within his own party and from his Democratic opposition.
And Hackett scoffs
at the idea his top tailback might have lost a step.
But there currently is a bill making its way through the state legislature that scoffs
at the idea of people's right to vote.
The girl who grew up on a farm scoffs
at the novelist who wrote ``Growth of the Soil'' in a hotel room and never missed a meal while writing ``Hunger.
Although several Ednaswap members live in Silver Lake, Preven scoffs
at the idea that there's some kind of arty new music movement in the area.
But Bob Richardson, a homeless 72-year-old, scoffs
at the idea.