cripes does anybody remember Google People

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Discussion (18)

2020-01-02 13:30:51 by qntm:

Many thanks to everybody who participated, and extra special thanks to everybody who bought it.

2020-01-02 16:48:16 by Max:

SCP-GOOGLE (466453)?

2020-01-02 18:49:02 by Andrew:

"of course your life sucks and you hate it, you're a poorly correlated kludge of social media activities living in a universe run by Google employees who hate you" I think this quote can find some good use out of context.

2020-01-05 16:28:35 by Tyler:

I'm not sure I understand the context. Did Qntm actually post all these on Twitter, or is this a fiction post written in a unique format?

2020-01-05 16:39:38 by Glenn:

It appears to be a fiction post written in the unique format of Qntm having posted all these on Twitter, and then later copied them here.

2020-01-05 20:47:47 by qntm:

Tyler: yes, if you follow the links you can read the original series of Twitter threads in their proper context. Start here:

2020-01-07 16:38:34 by Twennydet:

Fantastic. Thanks for the read.

2020-01-13 09:15:11 by jonas:

The formatting of the post starting with "the current director" is messed up on this page.

2020-01-13 09:45:03 by qntm:

If you're seeing what I think you're seeing, no, I genuinely forgot the right-parenthesis and added it in a separate Tweet.

2020-01-13 14:22:25 by jonas:

Ah, you're right.

2020-01-14 21:29:10 by doge:

wtf this sounds fake pics plz

2020-01-17 22:49:43 by anon:

Interesting. I hope the remaining tweets that are links are added here fully so they don't succumb to link rot.

2020-01-18 01:10:58 by qntm:

I have the relevant tweets' contents and suchlike backed up. If the tweets disappear I'll render fake ones, maybe with fake attributions or something.

2020-02-01 14:37:54 by Timepoof:

I love this

2020-02-16 00:17:59 by Anon:

I actually started wondering if this was real at some points. Nice.

2020-03-06 23:54:47 by hunterwho:

Okay, yeah, this is a cool epic idea. Given, all your ideas are. The formatting of them as actual Tweets, with corresponding responses and all, reminds me of almost a 17776 format? (What with it being a sci-fi-esque story posted in weird format on a relatively popular sports news website.)

2020-03-07 00:19:05 by qntm:

Well that's a flattering comparison, thank you.

2020-03-21 19:24:30 by chris:

This is so good. I didn't know you had works outside of SCP and I'm super glad to have found this site.

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