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Among other things, Page2 is a feature of www.espn.com. This section of the website is updated "Monday-Friday noonish ET." This section of the site generally contains humorous, opinionated articles. Page2 boasts a strong staff of writers, including Bill Simmons (also known as The Sports Guy), Skip Bayless, Jim Caple, "Jackpot" Jay Lovinger, and Scoop Jackson. Page2 regularly features such items as "Here's looking at you"-a daily photographic comparison of two figures, Top 10 lists ranging from "weirdest game endings" to "best rookies ever," and "What the Heck Were They Thinking?" which allows readers to vote for most likely "thoughts" of sports figures in recent situations. Page2 often holds tournaments, such as the Best Uniform Tournament, Hottest Female/Male Athlete poll, and the Page2 Invitation Tournament, where Jon Stewart reigns supreme. In 2003, Page2 "gave birth" to Page3, where sports meets entertainment. Bill Simmons has been a columnist for Page2 on ESPN.com since 2001. ... Skip Bayless is a nationally syndicated sportswriter. ... Top 10 is a superhero comic book series published by the Americas Best Comics imprint of DC comics. ... Jon Stewart Jon Stewart (born Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz on November 28, 1962 in Trenton, New Jersey), is an American comedian, actor, author, and producer, best known as host of The Daily Show. ... 2003 is a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


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