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Choose Your Illusion: Your Own Personal Use Your Illusion (with Palmer’s Picks)

Guns N Roses Use Your Illusion Choose Your Illusion

This is a fun little exercise if you like Guns ‘N Roses. Take their Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II albums and create a single album selecting tracks with a standard CD length cutoff on time at 74 minutes.

Now, Use Your Illusion I comes in at 16 songs with a run time of 76 minutes and Use Your Illusion II is 14 songs with a 75 minute runtime, so why 74? Well, it makes it more challenging, and it’s easy to use what was the standard.

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Twenty Movies that Interest Agent Palmer in 2020

Honestly, I was expecting to struggle to come up with 20 movies I’d be interested in seeing in 2020. Every year since I started doing this, the years tick past and if I keep the pattern, I then have to find an additional movie to be interested in from the previous year.

2020 was not the struggle I was expecting it to be. And while I may not watch all of these in the theater I am intrigued by each one of them, so… In chronological order, let’s take a look for what 2020 has in store for us at the theaters…

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Six Transcendent Quotes from my Podcast Queue in 2019

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Since 2015 I have been sharing with you some of the collected quotes I’ve heard from my podcast queue throughout the year.

This year is no different, except that it is. There are far fewer quotes that I have collected this year, and that could be because of where my head has been. 2019 was not a year for my status quo, it was a year that was in constant flux.

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Chronicles, Volume One by Bob Dylan is memoir worth your time

Chronicles-Volume-One-by-Bob-Dylan

To me, and to many, Bob Dylan is a mythical figure. I understand that he’s as human as you or I, but there’s something different about him.

He was told that he was the voice of a generation and he didn’t even want it, which made people more convinced he was. And as an artist, he reinvented himself over and over and over, in fact he’s reinvented himself more times than most people find themselves.

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