The Meme Machine: How memes are shaping our lives
The meme machine is in full bloom.
Here are 10 of the best memes that are making their way through the internet every day.
“What is a meme?”
You know what?
It’s kind of a complicated question.
In general, memes are a way of communicating information.
The term memes comes from a song called “What Is A Meme?” by the band Aerosmith, which is an acronym for “I can’t stop singing” and is actually a play on the word “meme.”
The song was written by drummer Patrick Carney, who used to work for Aerosodown.
Carney said in an interview that the song had “an infectious quality.”
He wanted to “take the song from the song and turn it into a meme.”
In the song, Carney says, “I think I’ve been a meme for years, I guess.”
“I’m not really sure why the president said he was going to use drones.”
It’s one of the more obvious memes out there, but it’s also one of my favorites.
It’s a classic Obama phrase, but with the Obama administration trying to use it to sell the war on terror, it’s one to keep an eye out for.
When the president spoke to reporters in March, he said: “We have to go out there and make sure that we’re not killing people, that we are not destroying their lives.
We are going to take on ISIL in a manner that will make them think twice before they attack us again.”
Obama was referring to al Qaeda and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS), which are both the same organization that was responsible for the 2014 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans.
This isn’t the first time the president has used the phrase.
In September, he repeated the phrase, saying, “You can’t be afraid of the internet, you can’t put your trust in the internet.
You can’t have a government that’s afraid of it.
You have to have a president who will be brave enough to go into this and say that we have to do what’s right.”
The phrase was coined by President Obama’s campaign manager, Ben LaBolt, in January of this year, when he said that it was an easy way to say the president was serious.
The meme got even better when it came to the president’s response to a question from The Washington Post.
When asked whether he would use drones to attack ISIS, he answered, “Yes, I would.”
“Ain’t nobody got time for this.”
This meme comes from the viral video of comedian Patton Oswalt saying, during a press conference, that the first thing he would do if he were president would be to shut down the government.
He’s got the exact same line in the video.
It goes something like this: “When I go in the White House, I’m going to do something different.
I’m gonna shut down Congress.
I am going to shut up the courts.
I mean, this ain’t nobody’s time.”
The idea behind this meme is that the president is saying that he won’t take orders from Congress.
“You should go back to your country, man.”
The meme of the day, this one, was popularized by a video posted on YouTube in 2016, when then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, a Trump supporter, went on a tirade about Muslims.
The video was titled “Muslims are the greatest threat to America,” and featured Trump saying, in a tone of voice that is clearly mocking Trump’s Muslim supporters: “If I get to the White Houses, you guys are going back to the country where you guys come from.
Because you people are just so bad.
You people are going in the back of the van and you people come out and you don’t respect our country.
They don’t know what our country is all about.
You guys are the worst people ever.
You are the most hateful people ever.”
It quickly went viral, with more than 6 million views.
“They’re going to kill me, I can’t believe this.”
Trump has been using this phrase in the past, but this time he’s really gone crazy.
The phrase is taken directly from a tweet by the late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel.
In an interview on Tuesday, Kimmel said, “What you’re seeing is the end of the world coming to this country.
I can tell you, I’ve got people on my show right now who are going crazy because they are watching the news.
It could happen any day.”
“Why don’t we kill ourselves?”
This one is a mashup of two memes.
The first is a photo of President Trump, taken in January and titled “Why Don’t We Kill Us?”
The second is a quote from the same meme that Kimmel posted. It