You've been asked to create a tweet that will be supported by a provided meme, harvest the URL of your finished tweet and send it to a specific twitter account. Specific instructions on how to do this will follow but some very useful background information.
Looking at the graphic below, there are 4 areas brought to your attention; 3 by red arrows and the fourth is highlighted in yellow. (1) Starting at the top left: this is the URL BAR or the ADDRESS BAR of 'where you are' on the internet. This is important because it is where the URL of your finished tweet will be. (2) The second arrow points to my bio picture; yours will point to your bio picture. When you click on this picture a number of options are presented, among them being "View profile." That's the way I got to the place on the Internet you and I are looking at now. (3) The third arrow points to the area we all have to click on to open up a "Compose new Tweet" window. (4) The fourth area to be brought to your attention is toward the bottom of the graphic, is highlighted in yellow and is crucial to our effort. It's the "time stamp" of the tweet; every tweet has one. When you click on the time stamp of a tweet, several things happen; the tweet opens up in the largest possible view and THE URL OF THIS TWEET APPEARS IN THE URL BAR/WINDOW. Now to the specific instructions.
Now, to wordsmith a tweet to be supported by an accompanying meme and your finished meme's URL sent to a specific twitter address do the following:
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