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Top 10 Creative Drug Smuggling Operations (The Shark Guys)

7 Totally Ludicrous Subscription Services (Asylum)

9 People You See In Walmart After Midnight (Guysim)

20 Photos of No-Name Hotties (The Chive)

20 Things You Should Think You Know About Tom Cruise (EgoTV)

Charlize Theron in Elle Russa (MTV)

Sex Marathon Tips (AskMen)

Every Man Jack Giveaway and WANTED Contest

Every Man Jack and MANjr are teaming up to give away a free Every Man Jack Six Pack Grooming Kit to one lucky dude. The giveaway is part of the 2nd Annual Every Man WANTED contest. There’s only two more days to enter the WANTED contest, and if you’re a dude who likes quality grooming products, you should get on it! The contest gives you a chance to win a bunch of Every Man Jack products, a trip for two to Vegas or even a spot in the brand’s upcoming national print ad campaign.

“Every Man Jack embodies the guy who takes pride in his appearance, but doesn’t want to spend a lot of time or money on his grooming routine,” says Ritch Viola, founder and CEO of Every Man Jack.  “The campaign reflects this mentality, and we hope that this fun, interactive contest engages more guys to take a few small steps towards feeling and looking their best.”

To enter the contest, visit www.EveryManJack.com/WANTED, create a quick profile and upload some photos. of yourself. You’ll get a free Every Man Jack product just for entering. The deadline to submit is July 16. For the rest of July, the public will vote for 10 semi-finalists. Every Man Jack judges (including last year’s WANTED winner) will then select four finalists. Each finalist will get a trip for two to Vegas and participate in a photo shoot. Here’s a full list of prizes:

Grand Prize Winner

  • Featured in an Every Man Jack ad

Final Four

  • Trip for two to Vegas that includes:
  • Two nights at the new Planet Hollywood
  • Entry to the Planet Hollywood spa and health club
  • Dinner for two at a restaurant in Caesar’s Palace
  • Two show tickets for select Vegas performances
  • Roundtrip transportation to and from Planet Hollywood
  • Free Every Man Jack products for one year

10 Finalists

  • Free Every Man Jack products for one year

All Entrants

  • One free Every Man Jack product at Target

So make sure you visit www.EveryManJack.com/WANTED and enter the contest!

To win your free Every Man Jack Six Pack Grooming Kit from MANjr, follow us on Twitter (@MANjrcom) and leave us a comment with your Twitter name so we know who you are. Here’s what’s included in the kit:

  • Every Man Jack Body Wash
  • Every Man Jack Body Bar
  • Every Man Jack Pre-Shave Face Wash
  • Every Man Jack Shave Cream
  • Every Man Jack Post-Shave Face Lotion
  • Every Man Jack Pomade

We’ll select a winner next week and notify you via email.

Good luck!

Critics Take Out Rage on E3

E3 2010, in all its booth-babe-filled resplendent glory has ridden into the twilight, meaning it’s time for the Game Critics Awards!

Leading the charge is Rage from id Software (those crazy kids who brought Doom, Wolfenstein, Quake, etc.) with five nominations.

Here’s Rage’s unique premise: it’s a post-apocalyptic world and you need to run around killing everyone who gets in your way.

Now, I’m not going to say they stacked the deck or anything (Game Critics Awards Best of Show in 2008? Fallout 3), but in the time that I spent at E3, I didn’t see anything about Rage. Not only didn’t I see anything, but I didn’t play it, no one tried to woo my vote…heck, no one even tried to give me some worthless t-shirt with the game logo on it.

This leaves me with only one conclusion: id Software must have had an amazing behind-closed-doors, game-critics-only kinda deal going. Seriously, it’s enough work to pry these guys (and gals) out from behind their cubicles from playing games all day, we don’t need to give them extra special treatment to try and secure their votes do we publishers?

Some notes on a few of the nominees:

  • I imagine the 3DS is cool, but waiting 5 hours to play something for 10 minutes wasn’t worth my time.
  • Epic Mickey’s booth was impressively Epic, including a DJ spinning and a neo-artist working some magic — plus, Disney artists!
  • Bulletstorm: buy it. (No seriously, preorder it now.)
  • The Move is the Wii, except suckier.
  • Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, there’s no better way to spend time with your friends than by sticking a blade in the back of their head (digitally of course).
  • Gran Turismo 5, it’s exactly what you would imagine.

After the break, check out the complete list of the nominees. More >