Where was this guy's editor? Here's an example of writing that's so evil you can only guess at what this fellow was smoking and/ or ingesting. Matthew Parris, in The Times Online, wrote: "Imagine there were no cataclysms - what a dull world it would be":
I watched the TV pictures of the surge of ocean coming ashore, saw the buildings in its path, and had to stifle an inward "Yes! Sweep them away! Show us how small is Man! Show us how easily this Universe can make matchwood of our dreams!" And no, you do not need to remind me that they were somebody else's dreams, not mine. "Show us," I thought, "how lives and livelihoods can be snuffed out in the twinkling of an eye."
A psychiatrist would have a field day with this creep. I hope the advertisers whip the editors with a flail.