That's how I looked like when I graduated from high school a decade and a half ago today. The little boy, my cousin, isn't so little now—he just finished his sophomore year in college at the same university.
But the actual cooking wouldn’t start until maybe when I was 12 or 13. When I was like 10 or 11, I had wanted to start cooking but I was afraid that I would burn myself. So I told the household cook to do this or do that; so I was like a backseat chef.Don't worry, future viewers, he has greatly improved since.
And then on one occasion I decided I wanted to start. We had this leftover meal that we wanted to heat up in the oven. I turned the oven on, without lighting up the pilot light. So the gas was just starting to leak out, and it exploded. I almost burned the house down. …
Gutierrez said she has no desire to explain herself before lawmakers who are railroading the impeachment process to immediately remove her from office. She also likened herself to the late Sen. Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino Jr., father of the incumbent President, who had refused to cooperate with the martial law government of then President Ferdinand MarcosI couldn't care less whether Atty. Gutierrez gets impeached, but the writers of the story and the headline sure did her a disservice. Judging from her quoted statements, the Ombudsman did not "compare" or "liken" herself to the late Sen. Aquino. The most that I can say is that she attempted to quote him (whether she was able to do so correctly is a different matter); the writers just inferred that the Ombudsman made the comparison. But of course, the latter won't make for a must-read story.
"Mukhang sa tingin ko hindi na dapat dahil bale wala naman ang presence ko dun. They are railroading the process. Why participate in a farce? A moro-moro proceeding? Di ba yun ang sinasabi ni Ninoy Aquino? There was a time he used to say 'Why would I participate in a moro-moro?'" she told radio dzMM.