Rest assured that we will not be singing (Nat King Cole’s song) Mona Lisa and `They just lie there and they die there.’ We will do something. We assure you.
The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila, for example, owns more than 300 million shares of BPI and is the bank’s 4th largest owner. How much are these shares worth? As of May 2011, this is valued at more than P17 billion. Yes, that’s seventeen billion pesos, with a B. Aside from banking, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila, together with its subsidiary hospitals and companies, is also invested in mining and construction
I’m curious to know where this money is being spent. Where are the financial statements?
What gall to imagine they are the Catholic Church. What spleen to imagine they represent the bishopric at all. What bile to call on the faithful to defend their faith.
Not least by trashing the memory of all the priests and nuns, the bishops and lay workers, who marched with the poor, fists raised in solidarity and voices sounded like trumpets at the walls of tyranny, reminding the faithful they had a faith, and their faith made them strong, and their faith made them free.
~ Conrado de Quiros in “There’s The Rub” – July 18, 2011
I want this Kelly Moore Libby Bag. It’s got pockets galore, it’s padded and can hold a 17″ laptop (though my ASUS laptop might be too heavy). WANT!
There is nothing romantic about a candle-lit shower when there’s a power failure and it’s humid as heck.
That earthquake was strong enough to wake me up from a deep sleep.
Spent most of the evening re-watching season 6 of Top Chef, and I just wanted to say that I heart Kevin.
Health has made a mockery of my plans by laying me low with the flu. After spending five days in bed it feels really good to be out and about.