Cebu dancing inmates are back with Michael Jackson’s ‘This Is It’

Yup, it’s another viral video from the dancing inmates of the Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center, a maximum security prison in the Philippines.

Check it out on Yahoo! Meme — it’s the most popular post as of this writing.

Sam and view from balcony

The developer was finally able to finish the paperwork after getting the letter of guaranty from our bank, and so we visited our new condo unit for the first time on Saturday, Jan. 23. Can’t tell you how wonderful it is to see our new home! Target for moving in is before the last week of February.

Here’s Sam showing off the view from the balcony of our new condo unit.

Here are more photos.

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Conan O’Brien and the Bugatti Veyron Mouse

Conan O’Brien gave an emotional farewell to fans on his final night as the host of NBC’s The Tonight Show.

At times fighting back tears, O’Brien thanked his legions of fans Friday night for making “a sad situation joyous and inspirational,” urging them to fight cynicism over the ugly public feud that ended his seven-month tenure at the legendary late-night comedy show.

The audience at Universal Studios in Burbank, California replied in kind, giving him a standing ovation and chanting “Conan! Conan! Conan!” repeatedly.

After an experiment placing the funnyman’s predecessor in prime time garnered meager ratings and frustrated the network’s affiliates, NBC television announced it would bring Jay Leno back to the show he hosted for 17 years.

For more details, read the full story.

We’ll have to wait and see to find out which network will Conan join after leaving NBC, but you can bet that we’ll see him hosting a new show soon.

In the meantime, let’s all have a good laugh over the instant classic that is the Bugatti Veyron Mouse segment, in which Conan sticks it to NBC with what is being touted as “the most expensive skit” in the history of late night shows.

And here’s a clip of Conan’s farewell speech.

What would you ask Manny Pacquiao?

If you could ask Manny Pacquiao one question, what would you ask him and why?

Here’s your chance to post your question for boxing’s pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao. We’ll choose the best ones and ask Manny to answer them in the Ringside With Manny interviews. Post your questions on Yahoo! Philippines Answers.

Visit Ringside With Manny at www.ringsidewithmanny.com and check out the Ringside With Manny Yahoo! Meme at meme.yahoo.com/mannypacquiao

Archie, Betty and Veronica US postage stamp

Here’s a look at the Archie, Betty and Veronica official US postage stamp that the US Postal Service will release in July.


For the details and more comic book-related content, visit Comic Book Culture on Yahoo! Meme.

Image provided by Archie Comics.

The Kung Fu Kid, er, The Karate Kid 2010

As someone who liked the 1984 film despite its cheesiness, I’m definitely leery of this supposed The Karate Kid remake.

I still have fond memories of Daniel-san and Mr. Miyagi (R.I.P., Pat Morita; you’re still missed), and for me the only thing this film really has going for it is Jackie Chan. They shouldn’t even be calling it The Karate Kid, because this movie’s bullied young boy (played by Jaden Smith, the son of Will Smith, who is the film’s producer) is learning kung fu in China.

Anyway, here’s a look at the trailer. The movie is set to come out on June 11 in the US.