Ha! I knew this was going to be a conversation starter... Yeah, except I'd freelance instead of working for Danny Aiello. I guess sort of a combination of Leon and Grosse Point Blank. (however unrealistic that may be) I mean, I like milk and all, but actually getting paid would be important too. Probably more towards the sartorial style of Delon instead of Reno. Actually, I really like Reno's look in that movie. All his stuff (clothes included) look like very well cared for, but obviously used utilitarian items. I like when he opens up the case and the inside of his "gun case" looks like a doctors bag, or a high end mechanic's tool chest. Neat, orderly, clean, loved tools. So some of you dream of killing people. For money. Interesting. Maybe I'm just morally corrupt, (or unpatriotic) but I don't really see the difference between wanting to be a freelance contract killer and being a NAVY Seal. (for example). For one reason or another, sometimes people are killed to serve someone else's agenda. I just don't happen to see a large moral difference between destabilizing global politics, counter-espionage, engaging hostile soldiers, hunting down terrorists, retaliation, protection, and etc. for most political, personal, or monetary reasons. I think that killing for money is very degrading. Except if you are a policeman or soldier. Are you sure you want to be a criminal?. As far as being a "criminal" goes. Its far too late for that. It's already fairly well known around these parts that I'm an openly convicted felon. I personally only find it degrading when it hinders me from getting jobs based on my intelligence or aptitude that you non-criminals take for granted. As if the ridiculous "crime" I was caught for is worse than getting a DUI (which IMO is much worse than breaking into your high school and vandalizing it, which is what I did) so you are saying the blackwater and merc companies are criminals? Some people definitely would. I'm sure. What's always amused me to no end is the number of "Religious" people in the military and like professions who have no moral qualms either engaging in combat or somehow enabling combat.This seems contradictory and ludicrous to me.