One thing that you guys seem to be missing is this is an issue of contract law...and nothing else. If someone enters into a contract when they are not in control of their facilities...is the contract valid? That is the issue here, it is nothing like drunk driving and the driver being liable for the damages.
Maybe he should just man-up to his doing and just pay up and learn from it!
However, the user is warned by the prescriber of said drugs to NOT enter into, or sign, any legally binding contracts while under the influence of the drug.
JB did the correct thing by making the seller whole; however, as I suggested in my first post to this thread, if he has a wife, she should hide the mouse and routers so he can't have this occur again in the future.
I'm not expecting anyone to respect my actions on what should have been done in the first place and I'm certainly not looking for anyone to feel sorry for me. I respect the wisdom of even some of my harshest critics and acknoledge my wrong doing. With that being said I plan on giving the note away in some sort of contest.