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Inocencio was a very sad child. The truth is that he was not happy unless he was sad. He was always in deep thought, thinking and daydreaming constantly. He was happiest when he could devote his time to daydreaming and love, much like his grandfather.

Narciso was rarely involved in Inocencio and his other kids' lives. He traveled more than ever for work. When Uncle Fat-Face, Inocencio's younger brother fled for the U.S. border, Inocencio admired this audacity so much that he followed him. The two end up in Chicago. Inocencio and Uncle Fat-Face find their Uncle Snake in Chicago. He gives Inocencio a job as an upholsterer but tells him that he must be very devoted to the craft or he won't keep his job. Inocencio thus begins his royal profession of master upholsterer, and he never takes anything more seriously than his...

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