Twarowski went to pick up her dog from a kennel, balked at an inflated bill, and apparently became argumentative and hostile. The trial court convicted her of disorderly conduct, and she appealed pro se. According to the court of appeals, which criticized her poorly developed argument, Twaroski challenged the trial court’s finding that the County’s witness was credible. That argument never flies on appeal. Tang v. C.A.R.S. Prot. Plus, Inc., 2007 WI App 134, ¶19, 301 Wis. 2d 752, 734 N.W.2d 169. And so the court of appeals affirmed.