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Martin Blank quotes

View Quote "If I show up at your door, chances are you did something to bring me there."
View Quote "I guess you could say I went west. You know -- the way of Horatio Alger, Davy Crockett, the Donner Party..."
View Quote "When I left, I joined the army, and when I took the service exam my psych profile fit a certain... moral flexibility would be the only way to describe it... and I was loaned out to a CIA-sponsored program, and we sort of found each other. That's how it works."
View Quote "I know what I do isn't... moral, per se..."
View Quote "You can never go home again, Oatman... but I guess you can shop there." [Inside the convenience store that has taken the place of his childhood home.]
View Quote "I just honestly don't know what I have in common with those people anymore... or with anyone, really. I mean, they'll all have husbands and wives and children and houses and dogs, and, you know, they'll have made themselves a part of something, and they can talk about what they do. And what am I going to say? 'I killed the president of Paraguay with a fork. How have you been?' I just think it'll be depressing."
View Quote [Martin, to himself] "Hi! I'm Martin Blank, do you remember me? I'm not married, I don't have any kids, and I'd blow your head off if someone paid me enough."
View Quote "A thousand innocent people get killed every day, but you detonate a millionaire's pet and you're marked for life."
View Quote "I didn't get into this business to have any relationships! I don't want to join your goddamn union. Loner, lone gunman -- get it? That's the whole point!"
View Quote "Everybody's doing it, it's like the natural order. States do it -- sometimes there's due process, and sometimes pilots carpet-bomb cities! Riot cops shoot demonstrators -- that's indiscriminate! I don't do that!
View Quote "Why does everyone think its personal?"
View Quote "A psychopath kills for no reason. I kill for money, it's a job... that didn't come out right."
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