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April 12, 2007
The Effects of Gin on Writing Ability

Abstract
The author carried out a four-hour study with the intention of determining what effects, if any, consuming great quantities of Gin and Tonic has on writing ability. While intense self-loathing had decreased slightly, there was no noticeable change in the quality of writing.

Previous Research
See Hemingway, Ernest.

Methodology
A convenience sample of the author's apartment found one willing participant for the study. Gin and Tonic was administered to the subject until he wished he was dead, at which point he decided to write his 100 words for the day.