infligere: (Where will you go my Lucifer)
Brock Rumlow ([personal profile] infligere) wrote in [community profile] bakerstreet 2014-07-27 03:20 pm (UTC)

"No can do, bub, I'm on orders to keep you right here," Brock said with a shrug of his shoulders like he was actually apologetic, which he wasn't. He was curious but certainly not apologetic for anything that he had to do now or in the future.

It was clear that this wasn't just something that was going to be scrap metal. This was something big, and they were going to study, fix and either make improvements to the designs for make it work for them. It would be useful, though he had already noted that there was something about this new find that lead him to believe it might actually have something to do with law enforcement. He'd run into them enough as a much younger man and played the part a bit too much babysitting his SHIELD compatriots to know what it sounded like.

"Whoa, whoa, I don't do introductions like that," he said with a shake of his head as he finally pushed off of the wall. "You demanded thing of me, not the other way around. You want the honour of my name, you'll identify yourself first. Isn't that how proper introductions work, or are you just going to be rude?" He would like to see how programming dealt with command decency.

It was kind of like watching an awkward metal bull shift around in a squeeze shoot, though with none of the pent up aggression so far. He almost approached to get a better look, but his attention was diverted by the little piece of shit thinking to order him around. He waved the technician off with a hand and pushed off the wall, striding forward with a confident swagger. He's put new weapons through their paces before after all.

"My cute little assistant seems to think you need coddling. Is that true?"

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