Re: Kit & Tory: Area 52
Tory was nothing if not predictable. He was probably a lot of things, but that was certainly on the list. Sure, if he got his teeth into something, he could be a little erratic in his pursuits, but when he wasn't being obsessive, he was generally pretty chill. Still, he was a little bit pleased, feeling like he'd passed some sort of normality test, or something. If such a thing existed, and if that's what Kit was adminstering. He doubted it. "I imagine given the things you're studying, you see the extremely unwell more likely than not?" He asked, sipping his coffee again before easing himself back up onto the corner of the desk.
His eyebrows rose a little - he had never considered it "lurid" in the least. "It's a job well done - I don't know why I shouldn't be proud," he laughed with a hint of sarcasm. "Maybe if I was working with better coffee...and coffee pot, and real cream and sugar, well. Budgets, though. But I don't think I have a really 'lurid' taste in novels. It's Crichton, and he's a little weird, you have these really tense parts that are all interspersed with hard scientific description and long forays into the morality of whatever new technology is at the forefront of that particular book. Really interesting to me; I think some people can find it try or inaccessible. So maybe the murder helps?"