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CagePotato PSA: Join the Break Media Research Panel, Maybe Win an iPad 2

It’s that time again! Our friends at Break Media need a few good guinea pigs for their online research panel, and we figured, you know, if you’re not doing anything, you could help out by registering and filling out a survey or two? Yeah, I know that sounds terrible, but keep in mind the following…

- If you register by March 31st, you’ll automatically be entered in a drawing for an iPad 2.

- Every time you fill out a survey, you’ll earn points towards prizes like CagePotato t-shirts, music downloads, and occasionally more valuable items like streaming TV players (Apple TV, Roku).

- The info you provide can actually help us improve this site, giving you more of what you want, how you want it.

Please register for the research panel at Registration takes less than five minutes and you’ll be asked for some personal information, which is used to ensure that you are who you say you are, and for the purpose of incentive fulfillment. Once you’re registered, you’ll periodically receive e-mails with links to surveys that you can take if you feel like it. Make sense? If you have any questions, leave ‘em in the comments section. Thanks for your continued support…


Video: Knowing About UFC 141 is Half the Battle

(Video courtesy of YouTube/FreeFightsForYou)

Besides Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal, everyone I know who watched GI Joe as a kid looked forward to the “Knowing is Half the Battle” segments that taught us how to escape a house fire, avoid being kidnapped and molested and how to camp safely. If you watched the show on Saturday mornings or have seen any of the scores of parodies that have popped up the past few years, you’re going to enjoy the short fan-made spot above.

“Mo” used to enjoy the popular PSAs until the day he found out they were all a lie.


Mess Around with Dog Fighting, Answer to Brett Rogers

(Props: CP reader John)

As Brett Rogers approaches what could very well be the zenith of his celebrity in the run-up to his fight against Fedor Emelianenko on CBS this weekend, he has decided to do something good with his pre-fight fame by taking a bold stand against dog fighting.  The stilted delivery of these few lines might make you glad that "The Grimm" didn’t get that role as B.A. Baracus after all, but dammit, I dare you to look at an enormous man who is holding an adorable puppy and tell him that his acting sucks.  Ain’t nobody that heartless.

While looking over and seeing the other MMA fighters who have lended their support to this very worthwhile cause (Cung Le, Rob McCullough, Tito Ortiz, and former Rogers/Fedor victim Andrei Arlovski, among others), I couldn’t help but notice that Fedor’s name was conspicuously absent from the list.  Kind of makes you wonder, no?  Why won’t he tell the world how he feels about dog fighting?  What is he hiding!?!  Is it the bloated, scarred pile of dog corpses in his Stary Oskol basement!!!?!??

Call me an alarmist now, but when it’s finally revealed that Fedor draws his strength from the blood of puggles, then we’ll see who looks like the idiot.