A terse tart.
Twerpette (named for my dachshund Molley, the original twerpette or "goofy girl") seeks to tweak the long nose of life with humor, affection, and gravitas. Topics include dating and relationships, faith and spirituality, language and writing, journalism, technology, arts, academe, whimsy and humanity. Cheeky and tweaky, Twerpette is rated PG13 for mature language and themes. This weblog began May 10, 2005. Copyright 2005-2016 Steve Deyo.
Actually the show is a good exposition of the cluelessness of some true believers -- even if they [the producers] carry it too far and have Orel do things that even a clueless Christian might never do. In a word, it goes a bit farther than the Joe Christian cartoon strip I created in grad school.
"While I consider myself to be a benevolent-ish dictator, I have no choice but to introduce a battery of oppressive security measures." (Phil Ken Sebben on Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law)
"Ms. Arnold says she loves online research, but the disclosure of her searches has left her disillusioned. In response, she plans to drop her AOL subscription. 'We all have a right to privacy,' she said. 'Nobody should have found this all out.'"