SCP-3939-56
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Item #: SCP-3939

Object Class: Unclassed

Special Containment Procedures: Object is kept in standard pre-containment holding cell. A researcher is to be assigned to classify it as soon as possible.

Description: None yet available.

To: Site Director (Site-39)

From: Researcher ████ ████████

Amanda,

I've just checked the original correspondence. It's absolutely SCP-3939 that I've been assigned to. Both O5-3 and O5-9 have confirmed this over the course of several emails in the past week. There's no doubt that there's an SCP-3939 in pre-containment at Site-39 — or at least, the O5s have good reason to think so.

I'd much appreciate it if you could take another look to see if you can find anything. I can cc O5-3 and O5-9 if needed.

Thanks,

Researcher ████ ████████

You feel a bit shitty for name dropping the O5s — even though everything you've said is true. Maybe you should have just lied and said you made a mistake. Your risk pays off, though — it works. You get a response after no more than two minutes.

To: Researcher ████ ████████

From: Site Director (Site-39)

████,

No need to get the O5s involved — I'll look into this immediately.

It's unreasonable to expect you to make any headway on this without information. I'd suggest you go home, get a good night's sleep, and make a strong start on this with information that I find today rather than a weak one now.

Sincerely,

Site Director Amanda Salisbury

Overall, this is a good result. The best solution now would be to wait for more information. Make a strong start, as she puts it.

On the other hand, there's nothing wrong with a weak start which becomes a strong not-start tomorrow. You still have time today — why waste it?

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