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EPISODE 21: a Neo Nazi, a Fashion Intern, an Ogling Boyfriend, and a Naive Teenager

This episode, we’re trying something a bit different. I’m doing “quick hit” advice feedback on FOUR problems instead of one problem. Don’t worry, I’m still doing the standard one question per episode format. I’m just switching it up a bit and testing new formats. Let me know what you think!

EPISODE 17: No Vacancies — How To Handle Obnoxious Houseguests

Ever had a bad house guest stay in at your place? You know the type — shows up unannounced, doesn’t clean up after themselves, doesn’t show any appreciation for your gracious hospitality. This week’s problem-seeker who submitted their problem to Ask Amy, not only has a bad houseguest, but the houseguest is a so-called friend, sort of. What’s a hospitable houseguest to do? Charlie has a few suggestions and two choice words for this unwanted houseguest.

EPISODE 11: What Happens When a Philosopher Has an Identity Crisis? Philosophical Meltdown

Philosophers love to solve complex problems. But what do philosophers do when they have a problem? They write in to an advice column, of course! Well, THIS particular philosopher did. Not only did he write in to advice column, he wrote in to an advice column by and for philosophers: Philosophical Advice from Daniel Fincke.