*sigh* Some people have no idea how to get things done. I don't typically flame folks, but boy have you earned it. I'll see if I can restrain myself.
First of all, as already mentioned, you will get much better results in any task if you go about it in a productive manner. Would you help a person who came to you and said "I hate what you devoted the last 2 years of your life to! It is total crap! Now make it do what I expect!"? I know I wouldn't feel like it. I'm sure they still will, but how much better could they help if they really wanted to?
Second, you have no clue how the game is programed and obviously have no idea how programming (or computers for that matter) even work as evidenced by your ridiculous posts above. By the way, if you have a dual core processor and don't have the proper drivers loaded, the processor (not he game) will cause lots of weird behavior since it could report two different times to the game. You can also limit what processors any program can use in task manager, again only if you have a dual core.
Third, you would know if you had asked (or likely if you had even searched around for some answers) that Stardock has about the best reputation for updating their softare and games. They even ask us to give suggestions and ideas and put in what we ask for. Brad (the owner of the company and programmer of the AI) has even created a post asking us to please slam his game
Fourth, where are your explanations of the actual problems? Where are the explanations of how to reproduce them? Did you even read the stickies on how to post a bug report
or known bugs and how to get help
Fifth, you are an idiot. Oh, I know you are frustrated and upset. I can understand that you want to express your emotions. I get that things aren't going as expected. But your arguments lack any kind of understanding of the situation.
That having been said. Please post a debug.err (you can find out how in the linked threads) and explain your problems properly and thoroughly so we can find a way to fix them. Brad, Cari, Kryo, and others often post answers directly to you. Email tech support typically gets back to you within 4 hours, including the responses you send. Why not give it a try before judging things?