Jul/28/14
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Shot through the heart, and you're to blame, you give love a bad name

Sounds like the story of my last relationship.


Anonymous;
Imagine yourself in bikini, sexiest stuff ever.

agenttrentcarter:

code-name-sugar-tits:

agenttrentcarter:

kondraki:

agenttrentcarter:

kondraki:

Hell yeah, you know it would be. Well, that depends, actually. Chicks dig scars, right?

Ew.

You’re just jealous because the only scar you have is probably from trying to open a tin of beans with your weak little arms and getting cut on the tin lid I swear to god Trent

I wasn’t talking about the scars, you absolute idiot, just about you in any state of undress. Literally no one wants to see that.

And for the fucking record, I do have my fair share of scars and they’re awesome.

Well, I wouldn’t say no one…

Uh, I mean, you know, for science.

Yeah, for science in the same way you’d go about studying necrosis, or someone who’s into anatomy might look at those pictures of the guy who was sucked through a jet engine, right?

While we’re doing the science metaphors, Trent, how about you get on inventing that machine that’ll suck your dick for you, because we all know that’s the only way it’s ever gonna happen.


Anonymous;
Imagine yourself in bikini, sexiest stuff ever.

agenttrentcarter:

kondraki:

agenttrentcarter:

kondraki:

Hell yeah, you know it would be. Well, that depends, actually. Chicks dig scars, right?

Ew.

You’re just jealous because the only scar you have is probably from trying to open a tin of beans with your weak little arms and getting cut on the tin lid I swear to god Trent

I wasn’t talking about the scars, you absolute idiot, just about you in any state of undress. Literally no one wants to see that.

And for the fucking record, I do have my fair share of scars and they’re awesome.

I’m sorry, I’m trying to make out what you’re saying but all I can see is a representation of baby cries and fart noises? That’s really strange, might be some kind of anomaly, you should get that looked at.

I should add my apologies that I forgot all about the scar you got from falling off your unicycle when you were busy riding it around tooting your clown horn and calling that being a field operative, I’m sure your other clown friends from the Chaos Incircustry think it’s very badass.


Anonymous;
Imagine yourself in bikini, sexiest stuff ever.

agenttrentcarter:

kondraki:

Hell yeah, you know it would be. Well, that depends, actually. Chicks dig scars, right?

Ew.

You’re just jealous because the only scar you have is probably from trying to open a tin of beans with your weak little arms and getting cut on the tin lid I swear to god Trent


Jul/28/14
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What about the SCP that when he was first contained fucking WALKED THROUGH A WALL and came back with a cheeseburger?

It was a hamburger, actually, and to be honest with you, I was more affronted he didn’t come back with hamburgers for everyone.

Admittedly, containment for 343 is impossible. However, 343 is contained willingly and has assured us he intends to cooperate, and it’s in his nature to be honest, so it’s not really an issue.


Jul/28/14
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Do you think the GOC is entirely wrong in their policy of destroying all/most scips?

Yeah, I do. 

I agree that some things should be destroyed, like Scips that pose more threat than research value (think 096) or Scips that cost a fuckload of money to contain but aren’t reliable (think 106), because it’s just safer for humanity if they don’t exist. However, destroying absolutely every single one straight up is a terrible idea.

Think about it - the Foundation has proven that if you’re not a complete idiot about it, you can contain most of these things with no problem, and conduct research on them. The amount of information we get from studying these things is amazing, and the amount of information we’ve fed into circulation that’s helped pretty much every field humanity studies is completely irreplaceable. If we’d destroyed all of them right away, huge scientific advancements would never have been made. It would have been a huge loss for humanity.

Plus, the GOC has proven that sometimes, trying to destroy a seemingly harmless Scip will alter it into a dangerous Scip, merely because they pissed it the fuck off. What could have been Safe is now Euclid; what could have been Euclid is now Keter. You don’t fuck with things and try and destroy them if you haven’t studied them and you only know the basics. Imagine if the GOC had gotten hold of 682 first and tried to nuke it? Congratulations, now not only do you have a pissed off giant murderous lizard running around, but it’s also highly radioactive and is shooting radiation at everyone.

So yeah, I think their policy is bullshit in that respect. I don’t mind them getting rid of things that really need to go, but they tend to be very eager to just destroy the shit out of everything.


Jul/28/14
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How much contact have you had with various Groups of Interest?

Only ones I’ve had any contact with are the GOC, the Chaos Insurgency, Wondertainment, and MC&D. They’re all … interesting in their own way.

Wondertainment I quite like. He’s pretty whimsical and kind of harmless in my opinion. Like yeah sometimes things fuck shit up, but his heart’s in the right place. 

The GOC are good at what they do, not really something I necessarily agree with but they’re useful to have around when something’s gone Too Far and you need to shoot it into the fourth dimension (sometimes literally). They piss me off when they’re trying to get all up in our business, but they’re useful to keep in professional decency.

The Chaos Insurgency can literally suck my dick, I hate them all, they sound like some sort of edgy teenage band, like come on guys. I may or may not be slightly biased here, but come on. What do they even do? We just don’t know.

MC&D are weird and very posh and make me uncomfortable because their outfits probably cost more than my family’s entire house. Have you seen those rich kid snapchats? I feel as though that’s the kind of thing they’d snapchat me.

The others I’ve only heard about in passing, but they sound just as weird.


Jul/28/14
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Has a humanoid/sentient SCP ever permanently escaped the Foundation, to your knowledge at least?

Not to my knowledge, no. I want to say that I’m sure it’s happened somewhere in the Foundation’s history, but to be honest, I’ve never heard anything about it. If it has happened, they’ve covered it up pretty well, and with good reason. Our job kind of centres around the whole containing thing, so it would be a bit embarrassing if we let something get out.

Maybe it could have happened back in the early days, but to be honest, I think it would be near impossible now. The sites are huge, and every connecting door is reinforced and the sites are underground, so it would be very difficult to get out with sheer force. Use of any other anomalies would quickly be noted and the relevant people alerted. The system reacts very quickly to unauthorized accesses and things just not being as they should. At most, the Scip would make it through a couple of floors and then get caught - don’t forget, they don’t know where they’re going, and even I used to get lost up to five years after starting to work here. There’s no way they could find their own way out. Most of them, if the do get out, just fuck shit up for everyone in the immediate vicinity and then get recontained. 

I really hope it doesn’t ever happen, because that would be one pile of paperwork and O5 meetings that I can’t be bothered with.


Jul/28/14
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Are you self conscious of your scars?

No. There’s no point. They’re literally going to be there for the rest of my life, and it’s not like I’m the only one in this place with scars. Besides, all the ones that are immediately visible are ones I wouldn’t mind bragging about, to be honest.

A few of them took a bit of getting used to, I’ll admit that. The one that basically destroyed my nipple was pretty gross when it was healing, and so was the gouge mark on my upper arm. It’s because a lot of muscle got ripped up, too, so it’s a very obvious and kind of gross looking thing. For a while I was sort of aware that they were there, but eventually I just got used to it. People usually don’t ask, anyway. Like I said, everyone around here has scars; people just assume you got it in a containment breach or when a research project went wrong and leave you to it.

I don’t really see the point in being self-conscious about scars. If people ask, I don’t have to tell them. Even without any information, I still look like a badass, so it doesn’t bother me if people know or not.


Jul/27/14
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Anonymous;
Imagine yourself in bikini, sexiest stuff ever.

Hell yeah, you know it would be. Well, that depends, actually. Chicks dig scars, right?