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Renaming it Total Recall, Shusett worked with Dan O'Bannon to write the script. O'Bannon exhausted the existing material quickly, and the short story's abrupt ending meant he could only write thirty pages, effectively only the first act, and an original second and third act were needed; he suggested sending Quaid to Mars. Shusett and O'Bannon disagreed over the third act, the former wanting something more dramatic. O'Bannon's ending revealed the handprint on the alien machine as Quaid's, who is a replica of the original, and placing his hand on it grants him total memory recall. O'Bannon described the filmed ending as "lame". Dick read the script prior to his death in 1982 and, according to O'Bannon, enjoyed it. Although studios deemed Shusett and O'Bannon's script an ambitious and brilliant idea, it was essentially considered unfilmable, in part because of the extensive special effects and high budget that would be required.
Suddenly, I turn on my tablet one day and there is a message on screen saying that I cannot use the tablet "Until it has finished installing the lollipop update" which is in progress. "Samsung had automatically 'FORCED' the installation of a system I detest." Now I don't know what my legal rights are in this situation but as far as consumers are concerned, this is clearly amounts to a "Bait and Switch". The item I now have is not "Now" the item I purchased. Without my consent or permission it has been automatically altered by the installation of a completely different android system.
I purchased a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 32 gig titanium bronze, which was exclusively from Best Buy. 3 months later, I find that my battery drains a lot quicker, and when it was hooked up to the wall, it would discharge with the OEM charger. I tried using another charger, and I was charging now at 1% per half hour. I called them, and service is horrible. Hours went by on hold and they told me to send the tablet to them and a week later they will have fixed the issue and have it sent back to me. When I received it after a week and 3 days, I got it back with the screen cracked, and it wouldn't turn on. I immediately called their number and the guy was very unhelpful and asked for a billing option. I asked to be transferred to his manager and after an hour on hold he was still there, he didn't transfer me. 2b1af7f3a8