So let's say a Hannibal Lector type serial killer offers you a job. The job is to drive him to a "victim's" house, once a month. You are to drive him to a location, wait outside while he commits his henious atc, and drive him home. Hannibal is a billionaire, and he will pay you a salary of $300,000, full benifits, 401k, stock options, vacation. You will be employed under his company, so everything is legal. He will give you a luxery car of your choice, and also buy you a 5 bedroom house, fully paid for, under your name. The job is a contract for 5 years, with the option of extention after the 5 years. Notes: You never have to come into work, or do any work for that matter, other than drive him once a month. The rest of the month is yours. The drives are about 15 minutes to and from. The waits outside the house average 1 hour. You will never get in trouble with the law. Hannibal has judges and politicians in his pocket. You cannot break the contract. If you do, he will spare no expense to have you killed, if your reason for breaking it is unsatisfactory. He tells you up front that the purpose of the job is to drive him to a location, so he can commit murder. You will more than likely hear about his crimes the following day in the news. He likes to brag about what he is going to do, on the rides over to the houses He tells you that if you turn down his offer, he will more than likely retire from being a serial killer. Will you take the job? Intelligently discuss.