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Yale Guen Mar, don't forget to honor your "dad" Tony Chee Mar on November 5. He would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.
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2017-09-22 15:42:56 UTC
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Yale Guen Mar, don't forget to honor your "dad" Tony Chee Mar on November 5. He would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.

All of Tony Chee Mar's other descendants will remember him as usual on the anniversary.

Eugene, Ellen and Donald are throwing a joint party in Tucson, AZ for ghosts of Kim Hi Wong Tand ony Chee Mar as they do every year.

Brenton, Luca and Valentina are doing the same in Boston.

The family in Boston will be joined by May Fung from Quincy and Dr. Roberto Buonamici from Tuscany.

Yale Guen Mar, do something nice for the ghosts who would like nothing better than to drink your wine, eat your food and smell your incense.

Yalke Guen Mar, if you fail in your filial duties, then ... well ... , you'll reap as you sow.

On November 5 every year, Homer Yale Mar and his siblings Virginia, Lawrence and Clarence pay respect to their parents Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong, and all relatives and ancestors who have passed away. They spend time tidying up the graves and tombstones of Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong. They offer food, flowers and paper money to their ancestors.

Eugene, Donald and Ellen do the same in Tucson, AZ every November 5 for their parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong.

Yale Guen Mar, you have never visited the graves of your parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong. Isn't it time you do? What better time to start doing so than on November 5 when Tony Chee Mar would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.

Let this be a new start for you. Visit the graves at Quingming Festival, Hungry Ghost Festival and the Double Nine Festival. Tend the graves, clean the tomb stones. Offer Mai Tai and the choicest Taishanese cuisine that was your parents' favorite.

Yale Guen Mar, if you play your cards right, Dr. Eugene Yale Mar might yet accept you as friend on Facebook.
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2017-10-09 16:36:58 UTC
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Yale Guen Mar, you are still blinded by rage more than a dozen years after Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong passed away.

You are angry that you got punished by Kim Hi Wong who was doing all she could to keep you in the straight and narrow but to no avail.

It seems you are still sore that Tony Chee Mar cut off your pigtail the moment you landed in San Francisco on the Thanksgiving day of 1949.

You shouldn't bear grudge against Tony Chee Mar for refusing to shave a straight line along your head either.

Tony Chee Mar wanted to be a thoughtful father for an 11-year old boy he was seeing for the first time in his life. Tony had declared himself to be your father so that you could find refuge in USA after the imposition of CCP dictatorship in Beijing.

Yale Guen Mar, your "father" didn't want you to be ridiculed and heckled by your school mates in the new country.

That is why he chopped off your pigtail as soon as you got off the boat in San Francisco. And that is why he shaved off all your hair so that you could grow a normal crew cut and meld with your classmates.

And now you don't want to celebrate the Quinming Festival at his tomb? You don't want to tidy up the place with the rest of your family - Donald, Ellen, Eugene, Brenton, Valentina, Luca and even Silvia?

Well, if you have an allergy to your relatives, why don't you go to the tomb on March 28? That's the day in 2001 that Tony Chee Mar passed away.

Tidy up the tomb. Offer flowers, food and paper money. Burn incenses. Yale guen Mar, ytou'll feel so much better.
Uncle Ben and his wife, and their children are losers, born liar bottom dweller illegal alien dish-washer Satish. My parents were loser, too. All my ancestors were losers. all tied to Manchurian customs, Confucius ways, the coolie ways,... I will be the first to tell everybody that.
Funeral rites for an elderly person follow the prescribed form and convey relevant respect: rites befitting the person's status, age etc. are performed even if this means the family of the deceased must go into debt to pay for them.

Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suye Oy Wong were fortunate to be honored at their burial by their children and grandchildren. They lie buried side by side in Duncanville, Texas.

Nephew Yale Guen Mar was not welcome at the funerals by the Mar clan, and for understandable reasons.

But then Yale Guen Mar wasn't welcome at the funerals of his parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong either. No one wanted him at the funerals.

At Qingming Festival every year, Homer Yale Mar and his siblings pay respect to their parents Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong, and all relatives and ancestors who have passed away. They spend time tidying up the graves and tombstones of Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong. They offer food, flowers and paper money to their ancestors.

In stark contrast, Yale Guen Mar spends time sulking about times when he got thrashed by his father Tony Chee Mar and mother Kim Hi Wong for misbehavior.

Tony Chee Mar and Ben Shee Mar were twins.

Tony Chee Mar married Kim Hi Wong. They had lasting regrets about son Yale Guen Mar who gave them only grief.

Tony Chee Mar (1915-1999) was born in 1915, to Hall T. Mar(Chan) and Choi Kang Ma.

Tony married Kim Hi Wong. They had 5 children: Eugene Yale Mar, Yale Guen Mar, Donald Yale Mar and 2 other children.

Tony passed away in 1999, at age 84 in Arizona.

Yale Guen Mar was not allowed at the funeral because no one wanted him there.

To put Yale Guen Mar's villainy in perspective, no one in the Mar clan wanted Yale Guen Mar to attend the funerals of Yale Guen Mar's Uncle (his father's twin brother) Ben Shee Mar some 30 years ago. The pattern was repeated at the funeral of Yale Guen Mar's aunt Susan Suey Oy Wong about half-a-dozen years ago. No one in the Mar clan could stand the thought of Yale Guen Mar being at the funeral. So, cousin Homer Yale Mar Mar very plainly told Yale Guen Mar that he was not welcome.

Yale Guen Ma was a bad son right from his birth !!

A bad mother is a rarity. A bad son a far more common occurrence. Yale Guen Mar is of course trying to shift the blame on his mother. But it is obvious that it is Yale Guen Mar who was always at fault.

Yale Guen Mar never supported his parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong financially or otherwise.. It was the parents who indulged Yale Guen Mar when they allowed him to retain his room in their house long after he was no longer a minor.

Yale Guen Mar lost his room only when his 3 siblings put an end to the indulgence. They got rid of everything that Yale Guen Mar had stored in t hat room, including his collection of his semen-stained photos of his favorite pigs.

No one in the Mar family (including the 3 siblings) wants to remember Yale Guen Mar, and understandably so. Yale Guen Mar was specifically told by family members that he was not welcome at the funeral of his own parents, let alone at the funerals of cousin Yue Chung Mar's parents.

Yale Guen Mar is hated by everyone in the Mar clan and rightly so.
Yale Guen Mar, don't forget to honor your "dad" Tony Chee Mar on November 5. He would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.
All of Tony Chee Mar's other descendants will remember him as usual on the anniversary.
Eugene, Ellen and Donald are throwing a joint party in Tucson, AZ for ghosts of Kim Hi Wong Tand ony Chee Mar as they do every year.
Brenton, Luca and Valentina are doing the same in Boston.
The family in Boston will be joined by May Fung from Quincy and Dr. Roberto Buonamici from Tuscany.
Yale Guen Mar, do something nice for the ghosts who would like nothing better than to drink your wine, eat your food and smell your incense.
Yalke Guen Mar, if you fail in your filial duties, then ... well ... , you'll reap as you sow.
On November 5 every year, Homer Yale Mar and his siblings Virginia, Lawrence and Clarence pay respect to their parents Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong, and all relatives and ancestors who have passed away. They spend time tidying up the graves and tombstones of Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong. They offer food, flowers and paper money to their ancestors.
Eugene, Donald and Ellen do the same in Tucson, AZ every November 5 for their parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong.
Yale Guen Mar, you have never visited the graves of your parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong. Isn't it time you do? What better time to start doing so than on November 5 when Tony Chee Mar would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.
Let this be a new start for you. Visit the graves at Quingming Festival, Hungry Ghost Festival and the Double Nine Festival. Tend the graves, clean the tomb stones. Offer Mai Tai and the choicest Taishanese cuisine that was your parents' favorite.
Yale Guen Mar, if you play your cards right, Dr. Eugene Yale Mar might yet accept you as friend on Facebook.
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2017-10-11 13:01:38 UTC
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https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/soc.culture.china/fzrzQgXW0IM

On Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 6:45:07 PM UTC-7, Resty Wyse wrote:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/soc.culture.china/fVspw5FMYxE
Today, we can talk about parenting classes.
Backing in the days of the Qing Dynasty (Lets say before the 1940s), many children were never allowed to go to school, or choose NOT to go to school in China like my parents and grandparents, parenting classes were meaningless. Beating and abuse of the their children were the norms of the day. That was the way they grew up. That was the way they treat their children.
As I have pointed out, second generation Chinese-American law professor Army Chua wrote about in her book "Tiger Mom", and she thinks and believes that's the way it should be.
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/soc.culture.china/9rlkUN7UNl8

Yale Guen Mar, your parents wanted you to grow up. If they beat you and punished you, it was only because you wouldn't learn. You were a very bad son.
Yale Guen Mar, your tragedy is that while you no longer remember the Taishanese that your mother had taught you
My mother didn't teach, stupid asshole.
She only knew how to beat and punish.
Are you saying that you never learnt to speak properly in Taishanese because your mother beat you and punished you?

You have it backward man.

She punished you and beat you because you wouldn't learn.
when you were a little boy in mainland China,
you have failed to learn learn English even
after 65 years in the USA.
Yale Guen Mar, Mr. Ravinder Singh's grandkid is
taking a lot of trouble to teach you English.
You wouldn't understand a word he said, stupid asshole.
A bad workman always quarrels with his tools.

Your comprehension skills have always been poor. Your neural network just doesn't work thee way it is supposed to.
The whole family is hard to understand.
Not surprised that you feel inadequate in comparison to the entire household of Mr. Ravinder Singh.

Have you been leaving yellow stains on Ravinder's sofa out of spite.? I was trying to give you the benefit of the doubt to say that you were having accidents made worse because you were not getting your diaper changed often enough.
And I know you speak just like them, incomprehensible English.
Have you been eavesdropping ? Or are you just automatically assuming that that since your comprehension skills are so very poor, you wouldn't understand me even if you heard me ?
That is the Indian way, incomprehensible English.
You can learn a lot from Mr. Ravinder Singh's grandkid. It was very generous of him to offer to teacjh you English. Try to make the best of your opportunity.

But decency dictates that before going for your lessons, you ask Meichi Thai to change you into a clean diaper. It has been very inconsiderate of you to leave yellow stains on Ravinder's sofa every time you have visited him.
Many IIT graduated Indians speak incomprehensible English.
Have you ever talked to an IIT graduate? Was that as in your capacity as their waiter at a restaurant? Or was that in your capacity as a janitor in some office facility ?
Was that the reason you got fired from your H1-B job, Satish?
Tell us about the time you got fired by George Gee for pilfering restaurant supplies. Be truthful. Don't make up stories about how George Gee had wanted you to marry his daughter. No father in good conscience can possibly wish for a stupid dishonest man like as his son-in-law.

Gene didn't buy your story when you tried to get back your job at the restuarant after George's death. Neither shall the netizens on this newsgroup.
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2017-10-14 19:39:53 UTC
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Yale Guen Mar, are you getting ready to honor yourself as a senior citizen by celebrating the Double Bine Festival on Octover 28?

Yale Guen Mar (you post as Resty Wyse and Rusty Wyseman on the newsgroup) , don't forget to honor your dad and well-wisher Tony Chee Mar on November 5. He would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915 - if he were still alive.

Tony Chee Mar's other descendants will remember and honor him as usual on the anniversary.

Eugene, Ellen and Donald will throw a joint party in Tucson, AZ for ghosts of Kim Hi Wong and Tony Chee Mar as they have being doing every year.

Brenton, Luca and Valentina will do the same in Boston.

The Boston chapter of the family will be joined by May Fung from Quincy and Dr. Roberto Buonamici from Tuscany.

Yale Guen Mar, try do something nice for the ghosts who would like nothing better than to drink your Mai Tai, eat your food and smell your incense.

Yalke Guen Mar, if you fail to do your filial duties, then ... well ... , you'll reap as you sow.

On November 5 each year, Homer Yale Mar and his siblings Virginia, Lawrence and Clarence pay respect to their beloved parents Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong, and all the relatives and ancestors who have passed away. They tidy up the graves and tombstones of Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong. They always offer food, flowers and paper money to their ancestors.

Ellen, Donald and Eugene do the same in Tucson, AZ every November 5 for their parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong.

Yale Guen Mar, have you ever visited the graves of your parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong? It is time you do so. What better time to start doing so than on November 5? Tony Chee Mar. would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.

Let this be a new beginning for you. Always pay a visit to the graves at Quingming Festival, Hungry Ghost Festival and the Double Nine Festival. Tend the graves, clean the tomb stones and clean the gravesites. Offer the best Mai Tai and the choicest Taishanese cuisine that was your parents' favorite.

Yale Guen Mar, if you play your cards right, Dr. Eugene Yale Mar might yet forgive you and accept you as friend on Facebook.
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2017-10-17 13:34:41 UTC
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Yale Guen Mar, you'll be helping yourself by honoring your "dad" Tony Chee Mar who did so much to help you ever since 1949 when he helped you to flee Mainland China after the Communist takeover.

Go to Tucson, AZ on November 5, 2017. Tony Chee Mar would have been 102 on that day. Visit his tomb in Plot 49 of East Palm Cemetery.

Clean the tombstone. Tidy up the gravesite.

Offer food and paper money. Burn incense.

If you do all that, Dr. Eugene Yale Mar might yet forgive you and accept you as his friend on Facebook.
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Yale Guen Mar, are you getting ready to honor yourself as a senior citizen by celebrating the Double Bine Festival on Octover 28?
Yale Guen Mar (you post as Resty Wyse and Rusty Wyseman on the newsgroup) , don't forget to honor your dad and well-wisher Tony Chee Mar on November 5. He would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915 - if he were still alive.
Tony Chee Mar's other descendants will remember and honor him as usual on the anniversary.
Eugene, Ellen and Donald will throw a joint party in Tucson, AZ for ghosts of Kim Hi Wong and Tony Chee Mar as they have being doing every year.
Brenton, Luca and Valentina will do the same in Boston.
The Boston chapter of the family will be joined by May Fung from Quincy and Dr. Roberto Buonamici from Tuscany.
Yale Guen Mar, try do something nice for the ghosts who would like nothing better than to drink your Mai Tai, eat your food and smell your incense.
Yalke Guen Mar, if you fail to do your filial duties, then ... well ... , you'll reap as you sow.
On November 5 each year, Homer Yale Mar and his siblings Virginia, Lawrence and Clarence pay respect to their beloved parents Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong, and all the relatives and ancestors who have passed away. They tidy up the graves and tombstones of Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong. They always offer food, flowers and paper money to their ancestors.
Ellen, Donald and Eugene do the same in Tucson, AZ every November 5 for their parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong.
Yale Guen Mar, have you ever visited the graves of your parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong? It is time you do so. What better time to start doing so than on November 5? Tony Chee Mar. would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.
Let this be a new beginning for you. Always pay a visit to the graves at Quingming Festival, Hungry Ghost Festival and the Double Nine Festival. Tend the graves, clean the tomb stones and clean the gravesites. Offer the best Mai Tai and the choicest Taishanese cuisine that was your parents' favorite.
Yale Guen Mar, if you play your cards right, Dr. Eugene Yale Mar might yet forgive you and accept you as friend on Facebook.
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2017-10-19 15:13:27 UTC
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Parents are the worse part of any child's life.
Yale Guen Mar, you are a rank ingrate.

Your parents Kim Hi Wong and Tony Chee Mar did their best to guide you to e a useful citizen in your adopted land. But your character flaws always came in the way.

Stop berating your parents. I blame Lim Hi Wong and Tony Chee Mar, not for punishing you often, but for not punishing you often enough.

Get over your unfounded grudges, Yale Guen Mar.

You have never visited the graves of your parents. Do you know where they are?

Take a bus or atrain to Tucson, AZ. Visit the East Palm Cemetery.

Your parents are buried in Lot 49.

Be there on October 28 for the Double Nine Festival. Honor yourself by honoring your parents Kim Hi Wong and Tony Chee Mar and all your other ancestors.

Stay back till November 5. That's your dad's birthday. He was born on November 5, 1915.

Clean the tombstones. Tidy up the gravesites.

Offer them Mai Tai and the choicest Taishanese cuisine.

Offer flowers and paper money.

Burn incense.

Do all that and Dr. Eugene Yale Mar might yet forgive you in spite of all your transgressions. He might even accept you as a friend on Facebook.

So, Yale Guen Mar, go ahead. Buy a ticket to Tucson, AZ and do the needful.

You'll get to meet your siblings Ellen, Donald and Eugene. This year, Brenton, Luca and Valentina will also be there. So will Silvia, May Fung and Dr. Roberto Buonamici.

Yale Guen Mar, go to Tucson, AZ. Get over your unfounded grudges. Bond with your kith and kin.

That way, you'll get to die a happier man.
Yale Guen Mar, you'll be helping yourself by honoring your "dad" Tony Chee Mar who did so much to help you ever since 1949 when he helped you to flee Mainland China after the Communist takeover.
Go to Tucson, AZ on November 5, 2017. Tony Chee Mar would have been 102 on that day. Visit his tomb in Plot 49 of East Palm Cemetery.
Clean the tombstone. Tidy up the gravesite.
Offer food and paper money. Burn incense.
If you do all that, Dr. Eugene Yale Mar might yet forgive you and accept you as his friend on Facebook.
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Yale Guen Mar, are you getting ready to honor yourself as a senior citizen by celebrating the Double Bine Festival on Octover 28?
Yale Guen Mar (you post as Resty Wyse and Rusty Wyseman on the newsgroup) , don't forget to honor your dad and well-wisher Tony Chee Mar on November 5. He would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915 - if he were still alive.
Tony Chee Mar's other descendants will remember and honor him as usual on the anniversary.
Eugene, Ellen and Donald will throw a joint party in Tucson, AZ for ghosts of Kim Hi Wong and Tony Chee Mar as they have being doing every year.
Brenton, Luca and Valentina will do the same in Boston.
The Boston chapter of the family will be joined by May Fung from Quincy and Dr. Roberto Buonamici from Tuscany.
Yale Guen Mar, try do something nice for the ghosts who would like nothing better than to drink your Mai Tai, eat your food and smell your incense.
Yalke Guen Mar, if you fail to do your filial duties, then ... well ... , you'll reap as you sow.
On November 5 each year, Homer Yale Mar and his siblings Virginia, Lawrence and Clarence pay respect to their beloved parents Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong, and all the relatives and ancestors who have passed away. They tidy up the graves and tombstones of Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong. They always offer food, flowers and paper money to their ancestors.
Ellen, Donald and Eugene do the same in Tucson, AZ every November 5 for their parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong.
Yale Guen Mar, have you ever visited the graves of your parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong? It is time you do so. What better time to start doing so than on November 5? Tony Chee Mar. would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.
Let this be a new beginning for you. Always pay a visit to the graves at Quingming Festival, Hungry Ghost Festival and the Double Nine Festival. Tend the graves, clean the tomb stones and clean the gravesites. Offer the best Mai Tai and the choicest Taishanese cuisine that was your parents' favorite.
Yale Guen Mar, if you play your cards right, Dr. Eugene Yale Mar might yet forgive you and accept you as friend on Facebook.
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2017-10-20 13:58:17 UTC
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Yale Guen Mar, never forget that Tony Chee Mar brought you up in his home in 914 10th Street in Phoenix, AZ. He let you work in his cafe. He taught you English and mathematics. He taught you the difference between a rational number and an irrational number.

If you failed to get an education, it was your fault, not theirs. Your siblings Ellen, Donald and Eugene didn't fail them. Donald, Ellen and Eugene are as honest and upright as they are accomplished.

Yale Gien Mar, you shouldn't grudge the fact that Tony Chee Mar cut off your pigtail the moment you landed in San Francisco on the Thanksgiving day of 1949.

Nor should you grudge Tony Chee Mar for refusing to shave a straight line along your head.

Tony Chee Mar was a thoughtful father. He didn't want you to be ridiculed and heckled by your school mates in the new country.

That is why he chopped off your pigtail as soon as you got off the boat in San Francisco. And that is why he shaved off all your hair so that you could grow a normal crew cut and meld with your classmates.

Yale Guen Mar, never blame your mother, Kim Hi Wong, and your father, Tony Chee Mar, for all your woes. Act like a grown up. For heaven's sake, you'll be 79 in less than 3 weeks. Act your age. You should make an honest attempt to own up to your deep character flaws before you croak.

Yale Guen Mar, aren't you the black sheep in the family?. KIm Hi Wong always worried about you. That is why she spanked you all the time to keep you in the straight and narrow. No wonder your buttocks were sore all the time when you were growing up.

But Kim Hi Wong's efforts to redeem you never succeeded . She could drag a mule like you to the well, but she couldn't make you drink from the well.

Yale Guen Mar, you will be 79 on February 1. Do you remember how you muddied the San Francisco Bay in 1949 as soon as you got off the boat from Hong Kong?

Yale Guen Mar, try to make a new beginning. Try hard to get over your grudge against your "dad" Tony Chee Mar.

Yale Guen Mar, you owe Tony Chee Mar everything. Recall that you met Tony Chee Mar for the first time as a 11 year old "Fresh of the Boat" in San Francisco - you had just arrived from Hong Kong in 1949 after the communists took over the country you were born in. Out of the kindness of his heart, Tony Chee Mar (a US citizen) declared that you were his son so that you could be in USA.

Recall what he told you when you arrived in San Francisco. Tony Chee Mar told you, "Yale, you are a turkey".

Tony Chee Mar then added, "This is Thanksgiving. We are going to have turkey."

Wonder-struck, you had said, "Dad, what is Thanksgiving, what is turkey?"

Tony Chee Mar did punish you often, but that was only because he had to and not because it gave him any pleasure. Yale Guen Mar, you were always a pain in the ass. But Tony Chee Mar hoped his (and Kim Hi Wong's) punishments will help you become a better person.

Unfortunately, that was not to be. You were simply incorrigible. You just couldn't stay out of mischief. This, together with the obsession you had developed as a child in rural China for finger-fucking pigs in their assholes, made it inevitable that you would never be more than the miserable self you are right now.

Your mommy, Kim Hi Wong, and your dad, Tony Chee Mar, were good parents and noble souls. Your accomplished siblings Donald Yale Mar, Ellen Heath and Eugene Yale Mar have never failed to acknowledge the contribution of their parents Kim Hi Wong and Tony Chee Mar to their own successes.

Yale Guen Mar, don't be an ingrate. Your plight is your own doing. Tony Chee Mar always did his best to bring you up the right way. It is the height of ingratitude to badmouth Tony Chee Mar for your own failings.

The only think Kim Hi Wong and Tony Chee Mar were ignorant of was that they were fighting a losing cause in trying to get an incorrigible rascal like you to grow up into decent human being like their other children Donald, Ellen and Eugene. One can drag a mule to the well, but it cannot be made to drink from the well unless it wants to.
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Yale Guen Mar, don't forget to honor your "dad" Tony Chee Mar on November 5. He would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.
All of Tony Chee Mar's other descendants will remember him as usual on the anniversary.
Eugene, Ellen and Donald are throwing a joint party in Tucson, AZ for ghosts of Kim Hi Wong Tand ony Chee Mar as they do every year.
Brenton, Luca and Valentina are doing the same in Boston.
The family in Boston will be joined by May Fung from Quincy and Dr. Roberto Buonamici from Tuscany.
Yale Guen Mar, do something nice for the ghosts who would like nothing better than to drink your wine, eat your food and smell your incense.
Yalke Guen Mar, if you fail in your filial duties, then ... well ... , you'll reap as you sow.
On November 5 every year, Homer Yale Mar and his siblings Virginia, Lawrence and Clarence pay respect to their parents Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong, and all relatives and ancestors who have passed away. They spend time tidying up the graves and tombstones of Ben Shee Mar and Susan Suey Oy Wong. They offer food, flowers and paper money to their ancestors.
Eugene, Donald and Ellen do the same in Tucson, AZ every November 5 for their parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong.
Yale Guen Mar, you have never visited the graves of your parents Tony Chee Mar and Kim Hi Wong. Isn't it time you do? What better time to start doing so than on November 5 when Tony Chee Mar would have been 102 - he was born on November 5, 1915.
Let this be a new start for you. Visit the graves at Quingming Festival, Hungry Ghost Festival and the Double Nine Festival. Tend the graves, clean the tomb stones. Offer Mai Tai and the choicest Taishanese cuisine that was your parents' favorite.
Yale Guen Mar, if you play your cards right, Dr. Eugene Yale Mar might yet accept you as friend on Facebook.
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