Murder Is the Best Solution/Quotes

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"Obstacles are for killing."
Shampoo, Ranma ½
"What's the point of defeating something and not killing them?"
Seth, Tales of MU'
"Death solves all problems -- no man, no problem."
Joseph Stalin, Children of the Arbat

The Cat: There is a third option!

Sally: There is?

The Cat: Yes. It involves... MURDER!
The Cat in the Hat (2003 film)
"MOST people don't kill, Haley! That's why there are laws against murder. It's only adventurers who think, 'Hmm, how can I solve this problem? Oh, right, bloodshed!'"
"As the size of an explosion increases, the number of social situations it is incapable of resolving approaches zero... And that would be wrong."
Vaarsuvius, The Order of the Stick
"For most of the guys, killings became accepted. Murder was the only way that everybody stayed in line. You got out of line, you got wacked; everybody knew the rules. But sometimes, even if people didn't get out of line, they got wacked. I mean, hits just became a habit for some of the guys: Guys get into arguments over nothing and before you knew it one of them was dead."
Henry Hill, Goodfellas
"Look, I can name at least two or three instances in my life where I tried to work out some shit by trying to find some mutual understanding, and I can tell you, it's always faster and easier to just kill'em."
Gin Rummy, The Boondocks

"As the saying goes: 'If your only tool is a hammer, then all your problems start to look like people that need to be beaten with a hammer.'"

Benny: Would you help me explain how much easier and quicker killing is?

Richard: I'm still trying to figure out what "conscience" means.
I'm going to go for violence, 'cause I know that works.
Peggy Schroeck, during her first ever role-playing game session, 1988
"I'm sure it will all become clear once we've killed the right person."