Hi, I'm trying to figure out the meaning in a comic book I'm reading about Palestine and about the interrogations that took place there during 1990. it is written by an american journalist, Joe Sacco, but there 's this phrase that I can't really understand what he means... Also, the way he's drawn it, you can't tell whether it is a woman (ex-prisoner) or the writer talking... Although, I'm pretty sure it is the woman talking... Here is the phrase (I would appreciate any help) - Also, excuse the language, it is a bit harsh towards the end...: "Someone in the Gaza strip once told me, 'When you are under inerrogation, you forget the name of your father.' Me? I wonder how long I'd last getting the business behind a closed door... Not long I bet, but I'm a pu...y first class... a harsh word and a dirty look and I'd be screaming for Amnesty Int'l... I need help with the underlined phrases... Thanks, S.