Contact one of the big class action lawsuit attorneys. if you can convince them that 10K customers or more are being cheated for more than $100 per year, over a period of years, they will be glad to work for a percent.
And, if past experience is any indication, that will be somewhere near 99%. When was the last time you heard of a class action getting the complainants anything near full restitution?
Actually ignore that. In my naiveté I expected them to be transparent about the PPP stuff.
I wouldn't have a problem with paying for that... if they were honest about it.
A less drastic, but equally annoying solution might be to just turn it off for a month. See what they bill you then.
"It was turned off" is a lot more likely to persuade a small claims court to your side than "I was overcharged by 14%, and here are the dozen esoteric ways I can prove it".
Have you Americans *still* not gotten over this whole Marxist/Communist/Socialist = EVIL thing yet?
Why would they? From what I've seen there are a great number of them that don't even understand their own nation's founding principles; I can't count the number of times I've heard/read people complain about private entities not abiding by the first amendment. Getting over a smear campaign against the red/yellow terror from decades ago is likely one of the least of their worries.
Not Morgan Freeman, Gordon Freeman. We are talking particle physics here.
Yes, but Gordon Freeman would be a terrible narrator (unless you can tune in to his inner monologue).
They'll have to claim the fix the games to make them interesting, and that it's performance art and not competition perhaps.
Of course it is. Just look at the way some of them fall over; sometimes it borders on interpretive dance.
Birds don't run, they fly.
Back then the short cut they took probably saved them weeks in rendering time, and as you say, came out looking realistic.
Why is that? There's no reason that I can think of why one couldn't just decide how the creatures would flock using simple stick figures then add the rest of the models later.
In any case, we're in no position to judge how accurately a film recreated the behaviours of creatures that haven't been found in the wild for millions of years. Certainly we can infer a lot based on what we can observe in their distant descendants but it's still one of those things that takes some dramatic license (just like Lego genetics and the noise that a roaring T-Rex makes).
Anonymised? Pull the other one.