[Sorry for the less than informative title. I was having a hard time with this one.]
And there this
his reasoning was that all other drugs made him feel inspired, but in the morning he could see that what he had written with their aid was nonsense. On cocaine he had written quite brilliantly, and he knew that any drug so apparently benevolent must exact a terrible price for its help.
I specifically block all ads from the papers I read most - the Guardian and the FT - and this is in principle fantastically spiteful behaviour, since if no one saw the Guardian's ads, I would go a whole lot hungrier. Yet I can't resist. I will however pay for content online, which is unusual: I have an annual subscription to the FT. But I won't put up with ads that I can't ignore.
It's a quick read.