WEFOUND2017 Memes: Part 3: The Best Memes Of 2017 In One Place (Memes 2017)


2017 was arguably the year of Rick and Morty memes. It just finished its third season and the Adult Swim television series has only grown in popularity since its debut back in 2013. With its growth has come numerous memes dedicated to the show, from the popular reenactment of the State of Georgia V. Denver Fenton Allen court case to “ Get Schwifty ” and its many , many , mashups.

And the memes have only continued to come as the show’s popularity rises, with fans borrowing from previous seasons, as well as this latest season, to create new memes. An example of the former came about in June of this year when a YouTube user by the name of Freezy Tuesday uploaded a mashup of a Rick and Morty scene with Yung Gleesh’s “ Walk .” Taken from season one’s “Ricksy Business,” the 26-second video syncs the memorable and wildly entertaining “ Rick Dance ” with “Walk.”

The pairing fits so well that if you weren’t already familiar with the episode you might think the scene is real, as Rick basically pulls off the dance associated with the track.

And here are two I can’t take credit for. The 50 Ways Rockbridge logo was designed by another member, Katie Knudson, and I inserted it between two photos I took during our last meeting (over 125 attended, up from 25 the month before). It’s the banner on our Facebook page now:

And the “Missing” flyer is out of Indivisible Harrisonburg. We share Representative Bob Goodlatte, so I just inserted our Rockbridge address as instructed:

2017 was arguably the year of Rick and Morty memes. It just finished its third season and the Adult Swim television series has only grown in popularity since its debut back in 2013. With its growth has come numerous memes dedicated to the show, from the popular reenactment of the State of Georgia V. Denver Fenton Allen court case to “ Get Schwifty ” and its many , many , mashups.

And the memes have only continued to come as the show’s popularity rises, with fans borrowing from previous seasons, as well as this latest season, to create new memes. An example of the former came about in June of this year when a YouTube user by the name of Freezy Tuesday uploaded a mashup of a Rick and Morty scene with Yung Gleesh’s “ Walk .” Taken from season one’s “Ricksy Business,” the 26-second video syncs the memorable and wildly entertaining “ Rick Dance ” with “Walk.”

The pairing fits so well that if you weren’t already familiar with the episode you might think the scene is real, as Rick basically pulls off the dance associated with the track.

2017 was arguably the year of Rick and Morty memes. It just finished its third season and the Adult Swim television series has only grown in popularity since its debut back in 2013. With its growth has come numerous memes dedicated to the show, from the popular reenactment of the State of Georgia V. Denver Fenton Allen court case to “ Get Schwifty ” and its many , many , mashups.

And the memes have only continued to come as the show’s popularity rises, with fans borrowing from previous seasons, as well as this latest season, to create new memes. An example of the former came about in June of this year when a YouTube user by the name of Freezy Tuesday uploaded a mashup of a Rick and Morty scene with Yung Gleesh’s “ Walk .” Taken from season one’s “Ricksy Business,” the 26-second video syncs the memorable and wildly entertaining “ Rick Dance ” with “Walk.”

The pairing fits so well that if you weren’t already familiar with the episode you might think the scene is real, as Rick basically pulls off the dance associated with the track.

And here are two I can’t take credit for. The 50 Ways Rockbridge logo was designed by another member, Katie Knudson, and I inserted it between two photos I took during our last meeting (over 125 attended, up from 25 the month before). It’s the banner on our Facebook page now:

And the “Missing” flyer is out of Indivisible Harrisonburg. We share Representative Bob Goodlatte, so I just inserted our Rockbridge address as instructed:

This week I picked out a set of memes that I thought were really funny. I’m still working on some ideas for my own Runescape memes, and I’m considering doing some hardcore Ironman ones since I’ve had my account for about a week and a half now. Until then, however, I have more from google.

I wish I would have thought about stuff like this when I was younger. I had a male friend who would have probably fallen for it, too. Back then, Santa hats were one-hundred and twenty-million coins. I would have died if I would have had that much money.

So when I was younger, I didn’t know that there were bots in the game. I just figured that those people just didn’t want to talk to me. When I started playing again, everyone was talking about how the game was flooded with them, and now I see them a lot. Member’s worlds usually don’t have them unless what they are botting is a member’s only thing like magic trees or monkfish. I found this meme funny because of the tiny fist that it’s zoomed in on. I never realized that the characters have balled up fists. Ha ha.

2017 was arguably the year of Rick and Morty memes. It just finished its third season and the Adult Swim television series has only grown in popularity since its debut back in 2013. With its growth has come numerous memes dedicated to the show, from the popular reenactment of the State of Georgia V. Denver Fenton Allen court case to “ Get Schwifty ” and its many , many , mashups.

And the memes have only continued to come as the show’s popularity rises, with fans borrowing from previous seasons, as well as this latest season, to create new memes. An example of the former came about in June of this year when a YouTube user by the name of Freezy Tuesday uploaded a mashup of a Rick and Morty scene with Yung Gleesh’s “ Walk .” Taken from season one’s “Ricksy Business,” the 26-second video syncs the memorable and wildly entertaining “ Rick Dance ” with “Walk.”

The pairing fits so well that if you weren’t already familiar with the episode you might think the scene is real, as Rick basically pulls off the dance associated with the track.

And here are two I can’t take credit for. The 50 Ways Rockbridge logo was designed by another member, Katie Knudson, and I inserted it between two photos I took during our last meeting (over 125 attended, up from 25 the month before). It’s the banner on our Facebook page now:

And the “Missing” flyer is out of Indivisible Harrisonburg. We share Representative Bob Goodlatte, so I just inserted our Rockbridge address as instructed:

This week I picked out a set of memes that I thought were really funny. I’m still working on some ideas for my own Runescape memes, and I’m considering doing some hardcore Ironman ones since I’ve had my account for about a week and a half now. Until then, however, I have more from google.

I wish I would have thought about stuff like this when I was younger. I had a male friend who would have probably fallen for it, too. Back then, Santa hats were one-hundred and twenty-million coins. I would have died if I would have had that much money.

So when I was younger, I didn’t know that there were bots in the game. I just figured that those people just didn’t want to talk to me. When I started playing again, everyone was talking about how the game was flooded with them, and now I see them a lot. Member’s worlds usually don’t have them unless what they are botting is a member’s only thing like magic trees or monkfish. I found this meme funny because of the tiny fist that it’s zoomed in on. I never realized that the characters have balled up fists. Ha ha.

We come now to some particularly egregious errors in our series to unmask the faulty logic and science behind defenses given for the theory of (neo) Darwinian evolution. Stated simply, Neo-Darwinism says that all life on earth derived via natural selection acting on random mutations in a population, with no purpose, design or intelligence used anywhere.  As this series points out, there are many, many reasons why this is impossible. Yet Darwinists try to come up with reasons why (according to them) it’s not only possible, but actually happened.

In this round up of memes, some of the defenses employed are so far off the mark, I wonder if the author of these mistakes is merely feigning ignorance, or if he is really ignorant of the glaring mistakes he is making. I’ll leave that to your judgment. Since I’ve subtitled this articles “Codes and Complexity”, let’s start with a meme that demonstrates a gross misunderstanding of the code that’s involved with DNA.

Meme: DNA is a code. Codes are written by an intelligence
Link to this topic: http://rationalfaith.com/2017/04/unmasking-mistakes-in-memes-of-evolution-part-3-codes-and-complexity/#DNAandCodes


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