In many ways, Kek is the apotheosis of the bizarre alternative reality of the alt-right: at once absurdly juvenile, transgressive, and racist, as well as reflecting a deeper, pseudo-intellectual purpose that lends it an appeal to young ideologues who fancy themselves deep thinkers.

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population (-)(#) = Adds population (Requires Horse Lords DLC) Manpower (-)(#) = Adds manpower (Requires Horse Lords DLC) culture (Father) = Impregnates female by male.

--Titles--Title IDs are predictable, in the format of e_empire k_kingdom, d_duchy, c_county, b_barony.

Most of all, Kek has become a kind of tribal marker of the alt-right: Its meaning obscure and unavailable to ordinary people – “normies,” in their lingo – referencing Kek is most often just a way of signaling to fellow conversants online that the writer embraces the principles of chaos and destruction that are central to alt-right thinking, as it were.

The name, usage, and ultimately the ideas around it originated in gaming culture, particularly on chat boards devoted to the World of Warcraft online computer games, according to Know Your Meme.The first time Ed Houben slept with another man's wife was in Amsterdam.It was 13 years ago, Ed was 32, feeling unattractive, convinced no woman would ever consider having sex with him again.He wasn't a virgin, but the that had come his way were, frankly, as rare as dogs in space.In fact, it had been ten years since his last encounter, though he claimed not to miss it, the sex that is, busy as he was with his job, volunteering for the national guard, and war re-enactments that a man of his ilk and interests can get sucked into. Convinced that having a family might not be in the cards for him, Ed Houben (pronounced who-been) decided to become a sperm donor.Not a book you can put down." --Alex Hathaway, author of From Housewife to Cuckoldress David Mc Manus is not part of the "one percent," but he does work in finance and lives with his wife in New York. I've read the other reviews and will try It slightly differently.