I had a dream set in a world of Fallout 2. Me and my party were
scavenging a cave with a dead body. My party started leaving the cave
but I went to check out one other corner as well.
Turns out, there was a button that opened a hidden wall. I went in but
there was nothing. Now, there must have been some little light in the
cave as suddenly everything went dark.
Then I saw a light like from a flash light and someone slowly coming in.
I pulled my own flash light, turned off, and aimed it at the entrance
and waited for someone to appear to blind them.
So I did and there appeared an old man with glasses. He was dazzled for
a second, then continued to just come in, slowly. He didn't pay attention
to me like I couldn't harm him in any way. I put my hand with the light
down and kinda froze at place as I recognized it's Morgan Freeman.
He slowly sat down next to me, pulled out a hand rollen cigarette that
looked just as old and tired as him and finally spoke, slowly "I came
here to tell you something.". "Most players will meet an UCLA graduate
here but 10% will get a celebrity.".
"Wow, but you are both, right?" I stuttered . He just raised his
eyebrow and started leaving. I was just sitting there, thinking what the
fuck just happened. As he was almost out of my little cave in a cave, he
turned around. Slowly raised his hand with finger pointed at me and then
suddenly said "PREPARE" in the voice of quake 3 arena or xonotic when a
game is starting and disappeared.
I'm gonna take this step by step, so this is basicly one big spoiler.
First we can see that Jackman gets into a fight against a bull and while
I'm no expert on bulls I guess it's not a complete nonsense considering
the bull is double the Ambushes weight. We don't hear the number for
Ambush but we know it's about half a metric ton for Atom. By the way,
it's also about the weight of one testicle of largest whales, at least
according to this article.
However, I think bulls are used to fight other meaty things with their
horns, not rock hard steel boxes by ramming them harder. So yeah, I
think the bull would get flattened by that hit in the head.
So while I'm thinking this is absurd, Jackman let's the bull rip Ambush
apart by being a moron with ADHD and not paying attention.
Then Jackman gets lucky, goes and buys the Noisy Boy. A repaired
fighting robot. And then tests it without any precaution whatsoever,
standing just a few meters away. And then he goes and trashes it too by
making a stupid cocky decision without any training with the new bot and
And the interface. Oh boy the voice interface. Why would you use that?
Isn't that obviously slower and less versatile than the remote control?
But oh well, besides the shadowing, the whole control thing is totaly
unbeliavable but I can give that the benefit of the doubt.
Now this is the part where we can see that Jackam seems to think that
only the tool makes the craftsman while Max seems to understand that
altough the tools are important, it's more about the craftsman than the
The Max manages to get himself a robot but first he needs to be rescued
from certain death by Jackman pulling him up by his hands from a robot
arm Max hangs on. In heavy rain. Covered in mud. Yeah, I'm sure he
wouldn't just slip out of this grasp and died in the fall.
Anyway, Max decides he wants that robot but Jackman fucks him over and
he still gets that robot. How does an eleven years old boy get a
thousand pounds heavy robot out of a muddy ditch in a scrap yard all by
Anyway, he gets it and wins his first match. So at this point I'm
thinking that while Jackman is the poster boy, the main character is
really Max and I'm starting to think I might actually enjoy this movie.
However, it turns out this was Max's first and only match to fight as
Jackman gets the control for the rest of the movie. And this is very
frustrating not that only he controls the robot, but also gets into
discussions with Max during the fights. Should he, I don't know, maybe
rather focus on the fight? And mainly, who's the main character now? And
how come Jackman is suddenly not such a moron anymore? I'm confused.
Then it turns out Jackman have been an actual boxer before and even
pretty good one. He just needed a little boy to tell him he should use
the same techniques with the robot fighting. Which would have been his
first instinct to do when starting with the robot fighting. That's where
the whole story logic gets flushed down the toilet.
Then we get the numerous parts where seemingly dead robot is able to
fight again after some magical talking to by Max. That's one annoying
And in the final fight we can see Jackman can actually have some
patience and see that Zeus is "tired" though I haven't noticed such
clues but I could have if I knew anything about boxing but even then I'd
probably think it weird since these are robots which just don't "look
tired". Anyway, Jackman's patience is strange since Jackman seems to be
rather trigger happy in his decision making at the start of the movie.
What is worst is that it could have been a pretty good underdog movie
but it's just confusing.
cf-agent option --policy-server removed, changes to option to
Version info removed from mail subject in the emails sent by cf-execd.
many list manipulation functions
cf-key options --print-digest and --trust-key should make it a lot
easier to work with keys
scope definition for body classes (bundle/namespace) and class
note: this used to define classes globaly 
Now, when the scope is missing or set to namespace, it's accessible
inside the global scope but not inside an actuall namespace.
So this is not exactly a regression.
Error messages from parser now show the context of error
execresult(), returnszero() and commands promises no longer requires
the first word word to be an absolute path when using the shell. (Part
of Redmine #2143)
reports promises are now allowed in any context (Redmine #2005)
Fixed error message when deleting nonexistent files. (Redmine #2448)
the CFEngine Standard Library in masterfiles/libraries is now split into
promise-type specific policy files, and lives in a version-specific
directory. This should have no impact on current code, but allows
more granular include of needed stdlib elements (Redmine #3044)