Ways to make their checks bounce Hitting them where it hurts: The pocket book. 1. Given the ol' editeroo 2. The WCW factor: This is going to take a while to explain. You see, back in the early 90's, the pro wrestling world was hit with a huge shock, when Ted Turner announced his purchase of Jim Crockett's NWA, which eventually became WCW (or in my example, the Co$). WWF's (Anonymous in this example) owner, Vince McMahon (we have no leader, so no example. LMAO), knew he simply could not compete with Ted Turner's resources, and many critics agreed. However, he had one thing that WCW wanted: Hulk Hogan (the people we're trying to convince). Eventually, Hulk Hogan jumped from WWF to WCW and without a top draw, WWF's ratings eventually slipped down the tubes, while WCW was riding high at the top. The WWF had to resort to campy/cheesy gimmicks in a failed attempt to draw ratings. Until one man, Vince Russo stepped forward and said "Vince (McMahon), this is not working". What Russo had proposed, was a more edgy product that had a more realistic feel to it. It became known as WWF's "Attitude Era". The Attitude Era shot WWF's ratings up to the point to where in April of 1998...WWF's ratings were HIGHER. One distinct quality of the Attitude Era (besides it's more extreme product) was that the WWF took many shots at the campiness of WCW's product and personalities, in a non-defamatory way, all the while portraying it's superior product as more realistic, less bullshit, and a product more relatable to people in general. WCW attempted (with Goldberg or in this case, in relation to Scientology he'd be Tom Cruise) to take the WWF's growing popularity away, but it was no use. In 2001, WCW closed it's doors, and Ted Turner sold the company to the Vince McMahon. What I'm getting at is this: To show the severity of the Co$'s crimes is VERY important, but we also need to show how utterly ridiculous they are, as well as their celebrity robots and their attitude towards it, in a human/non-defamatory way. 3. Tax-Exempt Status: Big duh here. 4. Boycotts I know it's going to be really hard for me to boycott The Simpsons (among many other things), but to me it's a worthy sacrifice. 5. YouTube Ads? LMAO! Encourage YouTubers to click on the Google ads (if any show up) via proxy and immediately exit the site on the video description. I'll think of some more ways, but any input welcome. Anyone else have any ideas?