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Nineteen 2019 Movies that Agent Palmer is Looking Forward to and some others, too…

19 Movies to Watch in 2019

As movies go, every year seems to be about the same. There are great movies, those that fall short, those that surpass expectations, those that are bombs, and those that go under the radar. It’s not easy to figure out which is going to be which.

Sure, we know the ones that will do big at the box office, but that doesn’t mean they’ll be good or live up to their elevated expectations. That being said, here is my list of the 19 movies I am personally most looking forward to seeing in the theater during 2019.

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30 Quotes from 30 Books

Some Books Agent Palmer Read in 2019

As the year comes to a close we all tend to look back at the year that was. There are recap posts for all manner of things and I considered a good many of them; my most popular posts, my favorite movies, my own self-serving personal accomplishments, remembering those we lost, best television series, top this, best that, it goes on and on. But I’m not doing any of those.

I’ve decided to share with you, again in some cases, one quote from each of the books that I read this year.

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Agent Palmer’s Top 18 Podcast Quotes from 2018

Agent Palmer’s Top 18 Podcast Quotes from 2018

It’s become an annual tradition, a collection of the podcast quotes I’ve heard throughout the calendar year. I first started doing this in 2015 and continued in 2016, 2017, and now it appears to be an annual post.

This post has become an annual tradition for me, a collection of the podcast quotes I’ve heard throughout the calendar year. I first started doing this in 2015 and continued in 2016, 2017, and now it is time for this year’s edition.

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A Book Review of Deep Undercover by Jack Barsky

Deep Undercover by Jack Barsky

Deep Undercover by Jack Barsky is the story of a former KGB spy turned Americanized operative turned American citizen, an enthralling and compelling read.

In truth, the most direct and apt description of the book is contained in the afterword, written by the CIA agent who brought him in, Joe Reilly. “This book takes you through many adventures and reveals much about the world of the Cold War. But the most interesting parts are about the man himself.

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