From Norbert K@21:1/5 to All on Mon Aug 29 07:14:22 2022
"If [Goldman's critic Luc] Sante knew anything about drugs, he would recognize that the only serious problem about John's consumption of LSD was one that has no literature, namely the question of what effect the drug has upon a man who takes it every day,
eating it "like candy." Not even those with the greatest experience with LSD, like Timothy Leary, could help me with this because they had never encountered such a level of usage, acid being a drug that is normally taken at intervals of three or four
days to allow the brain to recover."
-- from a letter by Albert Goldman in the March 2, 1989 NY Review of Books