My mother has always referred to smoking cigarettes as “the lesser of the evils.” Hearing that statement from someone who has been in and out of drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs her whole life, I suppose you could sympathize with it. In fact, most rehabilitation centers dedicate certain times of the day just to allow their patients to smoke. Although my mother considers smoking not to be an “evil” worth sweating over, it will most likely ultimately result in her demise.
Tobacco—The Lesser Evil.
Undergraduate Review, 8, 100-101.
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