Earlier this week. a.k.a. practically a year ago, Senator Bernard Sanders took to the Senate floor with a giant printout of a tweet by Donald Trump, the sentient ‘80s-era self help book who will soon be our president. What happened next is what always happens next: It became a meme. Years from now, when historians of the future look back on 2017, they will probably not bother to catalogue these tweets among the rest of the nuclear rubble. But that does not mean they never happened, that their creators never existed, that our civilization did not—for one shining moment—rise above the tumult to photoshop goofy images onto the staid canvas of our federal government. We have looked through all those photoshops. These are the funniest.