So, I'm gonna start off by saying that for all the things I disliked about F4, I loved Hancock. As someone who has also had drug issues, having a drug addict ghoul was not only representation but also a nice touch to the world Beth created in 4 (by that I mean he as a character continues their hardon for the whole "Revolutionary" thing). I just have one problem with him. Why is he named "Hancock", and why does he call John Hancock "the first American hoodlum"? John Hancock was a rich kid who came from old money whose biggest myth surrounding him is that he got all pissy when Washington was appointed general and not him and he signed his name largest on the Declaration of Independence like an ignorant prick. What would've fit better with Hancock as a character would've been to name him after America's revolutionary bad boy: Samuel Adams. Adams was shunned directly after the revolution as a radical, but as time has gone on he's taken a place in Bostonians' hearts as the rascal who led the Boston Tea Party and became the city's most famous rabble rouser. Now, Boston is one've the cities I grew up in as a kid. Let me say, we love our Sam Adams (both the man and the lager). So I'm really confused as to why this rabble rousing bad-boy character is named after some spoiled prick from American history, and not another revolutionary who was such a bad-boy that he was actually shunned in the annals of the revolution until acquiring an almost outlaw-like status. I'm not like hating on Bethesda for it, I just find it really weird. Your thoughts?