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October 22, 2011 by Swiss Knight
Steam Group

 Greetings people of the Stardock forums. I and others from the DoV Mod Team will be hosting a Battlefield 3 server and you are all invited to play there! The server will be up on day one and should be a decent amount of fun. So if you’re looking forward to BF3 and want a cool community of good hearted renegades to play with, this is the server for you. Or not, whatever.


Server Name: October Station - Chicago
Server IP: ...
July 7, 2011 by Swiss Knight
College Cooking
by Megan and Jill Carle
Do you remember that girl you knew in high school, the overachieving, pretentious, goodie two shoes who played Ann of Green Gables in the school play? The one whom the drama teacher gave his phone number to in the event she had any questions about the role?

The good news is her plans to become that doctor fizzed and now she’s turned to drugs and is in a crappy band. 

The bad news is before her descent into worthlessness she wrote a cookb...
November 18, 2010 by Swiss Knight
All you have to do is look around at our fair nation, the facts are everywhere. Violent crime is up, regular crime is up, murder is up, school shootings are up, godlessness and divorce is up. There is a cancer eating away at America, and as any geologist will tell you, the only way to kill a snake is to chop it off at the head.

Corruption isn’t just a special ability in Starcraft 2.
Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat is a fictional movie based on a series of books by Andrew L...
November 3, 2010 by Swiss Knight
The year is 1916 and Russia is an agrarian paradise under the benevolent rule of Tsar Nicholas II. Sound shocking dear reader?! Well read on to see the true extent of the counter-revolutionary lies to be found in the 1997 Animated Musical “Anastasia”.

 Note the working class freezing to death in the background

 Exhibit A:

“There was a time, not very long ago when we lived in an enchanted world of elegant palaces and grand parties. The year was 1916, and...