|"When killing families, remember how curious the young are. You
should always let the children watch the mayhem."
"When selecting a victim, do yourself and them a favor by threatening them with a clean knife. The professional presentation will go a long way in making it an enjoyable spree for all."
"Never raise your voice to your victim. It will only make you seem mean."
"You do more harm than good by using inferior rope to tie up your victims. It is a small investment, but quality rope guarantees a more pleasant experience. Avoid those plastic ties, they really detract from event."
"Splattering blood is a nice effect, but don't over do it. Excessive gore desensitizes society to violence."
"Keep a journal so you can recall the finer details of these events later in your life."
"Take the time to learn the names of your victims. Learn their likes and dislikes. Sometimes trial and error are the only ways to determine this, but in the end, it will be appreciated."
"While being pursued by an investigator, you should take a moment and acquaint yourself with his family. Investigators spend a lot of time away from home and end up missing some of the more important times in child development. You can take it upon yourself to help the investigator merge work and family."
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