David Adam Javerbaum /ˈdʒævərˌbɔːm/ (born August 5, 1971) is an American comedy writer and lyricist. Javerbaum has won 13 Emmy Awards in his career, 11 of them for his work on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He runs the popular Twitter account @TheTweetOfGod, known for its anti-established-religion tweets.
Who is God on Godcast?
An Exclusive Interview With God (AKA David Javerbaum) The Last Laugh. In a rare interview, the man behind @TheTweetofGod—former “Daily Show” writer David Javerbaum—opens up about creating that wildly popular Twitter account and adapting it into the new ‘Godcast’ podcast.
Is Ricky Gervais on Twitter?
Ricky Gervais (@rickygervais) Twitter.
What you mean by God?
1 God : the supreme or ultimate reality: such as. a : the Being perfect in power, wisdom, and goodness who is worshipped (as in Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism) as creator and ruler of the universe Throughout the patristic and medieval periods, Christian theologians taught that God created the universe …—
Is Chuck Lorre on twitter?
Chuck Lorre (@itsChuckLorre) | Twitter.
What are the problems with Twitter?
3 Major Problems With Twitter
- 1 — 280 characters aren’t enough. Twitter’s a space where people can say whatever’s on their minds. …
- 2 — There is too much trolling and hate. There are many reasons this is an issue that has affected Twitter so severely. …
- 3 — There is too much editorial censorship. …
Why you should not use Twitter?
It’s addictive. Like other social networks, checking Twitter can be addictive. It can become the activity you turn to habitually whenever you’re not occupied with something else. A Twitter addiction might not be as damaging as a drug addiction, but it’s a compulsion you don’t need in your life.
How is Twitter so powerful?
Twitter’s not the only service that allows people to broadcast short messages. … The difference is that Twitter is by far the most powerful microblogging service available, and it’s the one that marketers absolutely need to be including in their online marketing campaigns, large or small.