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Chase

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The most boring time in your life and why was it boring ?
I spent three months staking out an Iranian-American explosives expert in Valencia. We were set up in a 4-story hostel opposite of the guy's apartment building. It was hot, but we couldn't leave that spot or we'd miss 'some bearded guy' coming out of hiding.

A few weeks in, I was sure this guy was on to us and we were just wasting time. Two months in, and I'd taken up dust painting as a new hobby. Close to the start of the third month, the guy finally left his apartment-- baseball cap, glasses, and that telltale beard. Then, it got exciting.

But the 12 weeks of just sitting around, that was excruciating.
 

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Is Chase dating someone, like, right now?
...Maybe.

Before the current arc in Closed - Ultramarine. Or, really, right at the beginning of the game, Chase was still working out a temporary situation with Defne Dereli, daughter of the former Turkish Ambassador to the United States.

I had no idea what was in stored for Chase once Ultramarine started, though.

Due to recent revelations, it looks like this temporary thing might end a lot faster than originally thought.
 

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What was the toughest decision you've ever had to make in ACME, and how was it compared to the toughest decision you had to make in your life, sir?
The most difficult decision I've had to make at ACME was agreeing to take the role of Director of Operations. It happened just after ACME Tower I disappeared. The agency was in chaos, there were people who believed I was to blame, and I was inclined to agree with them. I went into a board meeting for what I thought was the inevitable demand of my resignation, and discovered I was 'promoted'. Mainly to fix things, I figured, but taking the job did not initially feel 'right'.

The toughest decision in my life was deciding to sell my family home. My mother wanted to keep the house in the family 'forever' -- her word. I sold it a while back and moved my grandfather down to Florida. It was better for everybody.


Neither decision could be compared with the other, I think. They were both tough, separately.
 

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