Is "The Lord of the Rings" An Allegory? - QFC #020

02/24/20151 Comment


In this edition of the "Questions For Corbett" series, James tackles your questions on constitutional challenges to the Federal Reserve, the 28 pages and 9/11, Steve Jobs and the New World Order, political interpretations of "The Lord of the Rings" and much more.

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  1. matthew_d says:

    One of the questions was about transcription and you said you don’t have the time. There are places like that are affordable solutions to this problem.

    The more you pay the quicker you’ll get the transcription.

    Also, I was also going to teach English as a Second Language. Was even offered a job at a nice school…in Ukraine…In Donetsk… Just before I was going to get the teaching certificate John McCain visited Keiv, and I knew they were screwed.

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