Lipton’s Journal/February 14, 1955/573
Antacid Analgesic. There are many elements in this. And and ant. Acid and alkali. Anal and by implication Oral. Already I could call it Andalc Oralgesic. The take and the cid (the beggar and the king) (Take from tac); Pain and pain-killer. Pain-killer provides pleasure, so pain and pleasure—the condition of existence. Even, very private, an al, an Al—from Brother Can You Spare A Dime—Don’t You Know me, They call me Al, it was Al (hell) all the time. So Heaven and Hell. Gesic. Guess and seek. God—little e of self-society; I who is sic, sick. God and I guess and seek for the sick.