I set aside my paints and drew cartoons. One of them I still have. It shows a cavernous view of the mouth of a man being attended by his dentist. The man's tongue is a simple, U.S. Treasury hundred dollar bill, and the dentist is saying, sadly, in French, “I think we can save the molar, but I'm afraid that tongue will have to come out.”
Но упомянута, конечно, вещь страшнее атомной войны и фрейдисские ея аспекты.