It must be pretty great to work for the FBI and there are tons of people who are interested in working for them, which is why recently the FBI branch in Albuquerque, New Mexico decided to host a live Q&A hosted by interns. This of course was to center around the agency’s Honors Internship program for 2018, but since it was on the internet things got nuts.
Instead of questions being asked about the application process, the majority of the questions involved everything from conspiracy theories to questions about Breaking Bad to even questions about aliens. Unfortunately a lot of these went unanswered but it didn’t hurt to asks.
— FBI Albuquerque (@FBIAlbuquerque) September 27, 2017
Check out the funnies questions below.
Where in the hell is D. B. Cooper???
— jimi (@cebumadman) September 27, 2017
Why did you guys screw over the Baltimore PD at the end of Season 2 of The Wire?
— Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) September 27, 2017
how much of Breaking Bad was real
— Caroline McCarthy (@caro) September 27, 2017
Would you recommend that I settle in Albuquerque? Wanna set a shop for a blue product that I make. I am chemist teacher. Final cancer stage. Hows your relations with DEA over there ?
— Steven Jones (@jonesteven) September 27, 2017
can you confirm that avril lavigne died in 2003 and was replaced with a lookalike
— [insert wave emoji] (@WilldeFries) September 27, 2017
aliens? Don’t fave this if they exist.
— Amna (@AGlasgowGirl) September 27, 2017
Which is better: Mulder or Scully?
— Will Whitson (@WillWhitson) September 27, 2017
Are the rumors true that you guys know where Elvis is hiding?
— Charles Bukowski (@jdawson70) September 27, 2017
Have you gotten to go to a crime scene yet and say “who’s in charge here? Not anymore, this is FBI jurisdiction now!” to the local cops?
— JT (@ElPolloLoco60) September 27, 2017
Where can one obtain $9,980 in non-sequential twenties? Asking for a friend.
— Cranky Gordon (@CrankyGordon) September 27, 2017
Did Nicholas Cage actually discover the Book of Secrets?
— Alex Z (@AlexNFlorida) September 27, 2017
We’re still waiting on these important answers.
h/t Huffington Post