She has another response from Researcher Viret:
Applications for your suggestions and testing ideas have been submitted for approval, pending official approval on hiring you.
It's difficult to say for sure here, the O5 frequently don't make the reasoning behind their decisions public, but I'm guessing it's because SCP-046 is too tempting. The number of suicides in the Foundation is already high and the existence of SCP-046 removes many of the deterrents.
While it's true that some memetic phenomena can have secondary effects, the Foundation's standard censorship policies do not match the pattern of behavior seen in individuals infected with SCP-1059. The strictness of our censorship has also not increased over time, as would be expected if it was a byproduct of SCP-1059. This is not definitive proof of the absence of a memetic effect, but it does make the existence of a large scale SCP-1059 infection unlikely.
Your request for a list of items at Foxtrot-November is temporarily denied. It can be resubmitted if you are officially approved. The tribute consists of food, clothing, toiletries, and other essential items for the people living in Foxtrot-November as well as a small amount of gold, basically they give us a shopping list.
Classifications are assigned to personnel based on their proximity to potentially dangerous anomalous objects, entities, or phenomena. The classifications run from A to E with Class A personnel not being allowed direct access to anomalies. Class E personnel are field agents who interact directly with uncontained anomalies. This classification system is not used in the antimemetic department. We decide exposure on a case to case basis.
Class D personnel are used when direct contact with hazardous anomalies is required. They are drawn from the worldwide pool of prison inmates who have been convicted of violent crimes.
Class D personnel are required for the containment of many anomalies. Alternatives have been suggested, such as the use of anomalies that create human beings, but all alternatives have seemed worse than the current method of obtaining Class D personnel. It is a frequent matter of debate and is one of the major causes of employee resignation and suicides. We aren't proud of it, but we don't have any better alternatives.
Are we cool yet
'Are we cool yet' is a group that creates art that employes anomalies in some fashion. Their work frequently causes death, injury, and lasting psychological harm. 'Are we cool yet' has no known centralized leadership or organizational structure. It is likely that 'are we cool yet' is primarily an exchange of information, focused on the creation of anomalies, rather than a unified group.
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