Today's 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma came from Tom. I think it's really interesting. Here's his email--Hi Jaime. I have a dilemma Check this out. I couldn't figure out how to fix a leak in my kitchen and I also needed to change out the sink. So, I called a plumber. They seemed to have everything I needed. The guy said it would be $1,700 for everything. I was in shock...I thought he was kidding! He said he knew it was a lot. So I told him it was just too much, and that I thought he was ripping me off. He then said how about I give you my personal cell and you can call me and I'll do the work for a couple hundred. I said ok, and we set it up for next week! Do you think he's a nice guy, or is he a bad employee? Part of me feels a little guilty, but that price was crazy high. Am I doing the wrong thing? Is he? Looking for some insight here. Thanks! ~ Tom. Well, this is a tough one, at least for me. I think I would feel a moral obligation of some kind not to take the guy up on the offer, but I would want to. Does it make him a bad employee? Or a good employee because he realizes his company is ripping people off? What would you do in this situation? Is it right to take his offer? Let's help Tom out and let me know on the TRY Facebook page.