Re: "Ambrose his mark"
--- In email@example.com, James McKeogh <jhmckeogh@...> wrote:
... and since the bee's belong to grandpa,
> grandpa is actually the father of ambrose. ...
Later on, this odd theory of eugenics is explored further in Tidewater
- On 12/31/07, nicola_leporini <nicola_leporini@...> wrote:
> In "Ambrose his mark" from Lost in the Funhouse, is it implied that Ambrose's father is inHector, principal of East Dorset School was committed to the Eastern
> a mental hospital?
> How comes that in "Water-message" he runs a school or something?
> Did I get something wrong?
Shore Asylum after his "mad invasion of the delivery room" and his
"wild assertion, as they carried him off, that the port-wine stain
near [Ambrose's] eye was a devil's mark." He subsequently released,
apparently, as Water-Message has him back at work. ("I swear to God,
I'm the principal of a zoo!")