I still think we should test his commitment to being concrete with a section of rebar and his [DATA EXPUNGED]
Date: 30 Mar 2009 20:46
Number of posts: 29
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If he is turning into a statue, and he can't move, will placing him in front of 173 keep it from moving?
That seems like a very good idea.
Slightly annoyed by the romanticism of the researcher note, but besides that, this is pretty good. Upvoted.
I don't know, in spite of the rigid professionalism that is Foundation SOP, the hint of romanticism does feel like a slip of the tongue; i.e. that it's the kind of comment a researcher would make in that given circumstance.
It feels incomplete compared to other reports. Has there been any testing of his skin to see if it is truly turning to concrete or has any other biochemical changes? Are his clothes still intact, do his clothes have to be replaced, or is he naked? The researchers seem to have fallen down on the job in SCP-014's case.
Have to agree with the general consensus; the note at the end really brings life to this. It shows genuine curiosity and interest on the part of the researcher, rather than the clinical detachment typical of SCP articles. Maybe it's not exceptionally professional sounding, but in a case like this, how could you not be interested?
Perfect old article, this is how I think a lot of articles should be. I can think of a shitload of new articles that could really, really use a trimming to something around this length.
Also holy shit it's gone up bu 50 votes since I last saw it.
What the fuck
WHEN DID THIS BREAK +73
I mean, I'm not complaining, I've always liked this one, but whaaaaaaaaat?
Something significant about 73?