I answered the frickin' question that was asked, and Miles spills his applesauce because I used the correct pronoun? By the same standard of logic, Miles should refer to Tarheel Ant as "we" every time he recommends their products, given how closely he is involved with their business. But nobody calls out Miles—nor should they.
That is incorrect and you very well know it. The only reason that I am giving this topic my time is that there are some here who may not know the truth of the matter. I am not "closely involved" in the THA business. I am not affiliated with the company. The only relation I have with them is that I have tested a couple of products that were pre-release, and I accepted the offer to be a moderator for the "Ants Can Be Pets" Facebook group.
This is my final address on this topic. I have made clear that I am not an employee for Tar Heel Ants and I do not profit at all from their success. I simply believe in the quality of their products.
You don't have to be one of their child laborers to be involved with their business.
Being a moderator to both their private Facebook group and forum, and accepting a number of free products, is quite the epitome of being "closely involved," especially when you consider the fact that Tar Heel Ants has cancelled all my recent orders with no explanation given. They're quite the exclusive cult—err—group.
You, Miles, started this silliness by bringing up and now continuing on the train of thought that somehow the personal pronoun "they" was intentionally misleading and harmful, thus necessitating an inept and worthless clarification on your part. I suggest you finish high school first, before attempting to play in the big league grammar games of contemptuous passive aggressiveness.