My thought is that the last 1/3 of the movie is actually the story the writer had in mind, but then wrote the first 2/3s to add a little “drama” and build up. The director just did such a fantastic job with the beginning, that it was the best part of the movie. If they’d been smart, and just ditched the whole last act for a new one about just Hancock, it would have been a whole lot better. I suppose that depends on your definition of “Derp Gun”. If you mean ‘low rate of fire that has a high alpha damage despite other impracticalities’, then there’s various candidates. Team Fortress 2’s Scout gave us the Force O’ Nature, a shotgun that replaced a larger magazine and a smaller scatter with more damage, more scatter, only two rounds in the magazine, but with knockback, and an near instantaneous firing rate. It’s clumsy, but it’s perfect for leap in/leap out raiding moves. A lot of damage in a very small window.
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He’s basically right. Before I say why, let me also say that there are two important innovations in Bitcoin – firstly, that you can create a scarce resource by a purely computational method, and secondly that you can share a database over a network without any central authority. Every solution everyone has ever proposed to (1) seriously compromises some aspect of the system design. Yes, that includes the one you’re about to tell me about in the comments. These people never fucking read Rothbard, which is just ridiculous. His whole objection to fiat money isn’t that the supply is unconstrained, its that there’s no anchor to its value. And the solution is a token that cannot ever have an anchor to its value? The idea that money has to be in fixed supply is ridiculous anyway. Rothbard’s respectable intellectual heirs have given up on it. So why is this a good idea again?