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Whilst known as to do conflict many mild years from domestic, the first Marine Interstellar Expeditionary Unit rose to the problem -- and now hundreds of thousands of enslaved people were free of the alien yoke. yet Earth is twenty-one years older than the house planet they initially left, and the Marines want time to retrain and readjust -- time they don't have, end result of the bizzare disappearance of a detachment in their brothers- and sisters-in-arms. it's a secret, yet there's a start line: an old wormhole threading during the Sirius process. no matter what waits at the different aspect has to be faced, with stealth, with strength, and with out worry -- be it an historical enemy or a devastating new threat.

The Marines are heading into the perilous unknown . . . and what transpires there may possibly reshape the universe for millennia to come.

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The fjords would be underwhelmed. As such, I considered the possible motives for my actions: 1. I felt I had something important to say. Except I did not. No element of our interaction felt important to me. If anything, I felt unqualified to talk about the things the reporter was asking me. I don’t have that much of an opinion about why certain Black Metal bands burn down churches. 2. It’s my job. Except that it wasn’t. I wasn’t promoting anything. In fact, the interaction could have been detrimental to my career, were I to have inadvertently said something insulting about the king of Norway.

The first model is that we all have this black box inside ourselves that is filled with our secrets, and we would never want to allow any interviewer to open that box. But the second model is that even we don’t know what’s inside that black box, and being interviewed allows us to open it and sort through the contents. Do you enjoy being interviewed? EM: I don’t mind talking. I think talking has been very important to me. For a long time I had writer’s block and all I could do was talk. Then I was able to make movies that involved other people talking.

It only worked once. But this type of behavior is rare. Most of the time, I pretend to be interesting. I try to frame my response in the context in which the question was asked, and I try to say things I haven’t said before. But I have no clue as to why I do this (or why anyone else does, either). During the summer of 2008, I was interviewed by a Norwegian magazine writer named Erik Moller Solheim. He was good at his job. He knew a lot of trivia about Finland’s military history. We ate fried pork knees and drank Ur-Krostitzer beer.

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