Today is another FwTK/Ask Isaac combo where we take questions submitted via the website and live questions from Facebook.

Covered in the episode: TK admits, “I’m angry at everybody”, we answer a few tough questions about choosing alternatives to college and dealing with skeptical parents, as well as how to build a network outside of school. Plus an assortment of other great questions, including:

What ideas are we wrestling with?
What can a 12 year old do to earn money?
Should sweatshops be banned?
One-on-one basketball matchup predictions?
Should people who love liberty be more vocal about racial issues?
What podcasts do we listen to?

Thanks to Vake, Tim, Morgan, Cameron (and Derek), Edward, Billy, Walter, Danny, Simon, and Don for questions.

Recommendations: The Most Dangerous Superstition, by Larken Rose, The State is Out of Date, by Gregory Sams, the brand spanking new and the video there!

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