There was one awkward moment though when Senator Lacson started reading his statement. An excited member of his Senate staff shouted, “Welcome back chef!”
Aided by Google, Senator Lacson said he learned how to cook a number of dishes (while in hiding) such as adobo, afritada, embotido, empanada, and sinigang. Sa awa naman ng Diyos, pag-uwi niya ng Pilipinas, ayun… luto na rin ang kaso.
According to Senator Ping Lacson, he learned how to cook with the help of Google… and he learned how to run with the help of the NBI.
PNP spokesperson Chief Supt. Agrimero Cruz said, “We cannot say outright that our police intelligence failed.” Well then, allow me to say it: YOU FAILED!
Ex-fugitive Senator Panfilo Lacson has granted several radio and TV interviews just two days after returning home from heaven-knows-where. There were times when he looked haggard and tired on television. During one interview, after the host asked, “Can you name at least three people who helped you hide,” Lacson replied, “1/2 kilo pork, 1 medium size onion, and 1/2 teaspoon paprika.”
On Tuesday morning, Senator Lacson guested on ABS-CBN’s Umagang Kay Ganda where he demonstrated his cooking skills. Tomorrow, he will appear on ANC’s ‘Travel Time.’
In a radio interview, Sen. Panfilo Lacson confirmed rumors that son Pampi and actress Jodi Sta. Maria have parted ways. Pampi is now trying to learn how to cook with Google’s help.
A one-peso provisional fare increase in buses was implemented starting March 29 even as another round of oil price hike is expected to take effect this week. Everything is going up these days… except for President Aquino’s ratings.
According to the latest SWS survey, President Aquino’s net satisfaction rating has dropped by 13 percentage points. The President is thinking of how he could blame this on Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
President Aquino has a net satisfaction rating of 51 percent. And that really pisses him off. The figure reminds him of his age.
The President’s net satisfaction rating is down to 51 percent… or as his professors in Ateneo would say, “Fail.”
The latest SWS survey showed that 48 percent of Filipinos were not happy with President Aquino’s decision to buy a 4.5 million-peso Porsche. The rest were his test drive buddies.
From 64 percent in November 2010, President Aquino’s net satisfaction rating dropped to 51 percent in March 2011. To avert a further slide in his rating, the President has promised to get rid of “pabaon,” poverty, and Porsche.
NPA Turns 42
The New People’s Army – the armed wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines marked its 42nd anniversary today, March 29. To all NPA rebels all over the country, congratulations on your 42-year losing streak!
Radiation in RP
The Philippine Nuclear Research Institute says very tiny amounts of radiation in the air have been detected in the Philippines. You know what that means? Walang pasok sa PUP!
On this day in…
1521: Ferdinand Magellan and Rajah Kolambu of Limasawa enter into a blood compact of friendship. After the ceremony, they exchanged numbers and became constant textmates.
1858: Hymen Lipman patents a pencil with an attached eraser. Filipino kids in kindergarten never got hungry again.
1886: Dr. John Pemberton brews the first Coca-Cola and advertises it as a “brain tonic and intellectual beverage.” Nobody believed him except for Carmen Pedrosa.
2002: Actor Rico Yan dies… along with the careers of close friends Dominic Ochoa and Marvin Agustin.
2002: Young actor Rico Yan dies. Nine years later, brother Bobby Yan is still struggling to make it big in showbiz.
2004: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia become members of NATO… after NATO revised its membership rules, strictly accepting only countries whose names end in ia.
2004: The Republic of Ireland becomes the first country in the world to ban smoking in all work places, including bars, and restaurants… making it the most hated country of President Aquino.
“Truth is not determined by majority vote.”
Quote of the Weak
“Alisin na ang inggit sa katawan.”
– TV host Kris Aquino to President Aquino’s critics following reports that his approval rating in the Pulse Asia survey has plummeted
The most gullible columnist in the world, Philippine Star’s Carmen Pedrosa has justified and defended her gullibility.
In a rejoinder she wrote Sunday, Pedrosa insisted: “Whether or not there was such a study by Harvard that “Filipinos are the most gullible people on earth” is less the point than whether it is true that Filipinos are gullible most of the time.”
Yeah right. Magpaliwanag ka sa lolo mong panot!
You Have Spoken
Naniniwala ba kayong “protektado” ng administrasyong Aquino si Sen. Panfilo Lacson?
– Is the Pope Catholic? 68.57%
– Nahhh, hindi naman. 10.36%
– Magmamasid muna ako. 21.07%