"There's nothing better than learning from someone else's experiences," Ashely Dupre proclaims in the promo video for her new gig: advice columnist for the New York Post, the very same paper whose pages she has repeatedly adorned since the scandal of her and former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer broke in the spring of 2008.

She now has a page at the Post's website called "Ask Ashley"--though the paper's web developers, apparently, don't call her by name: URL of her page begins http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/spitzer_babe_answers...

The paper has published a few questions and Dupre's responses; unspurprisingly, the first two are "How do I know if my daughter may be getting into trouble?" and "Are there telltale signs a man isn't happy in his marriage?"

Dupre promises "sex, love and relationship" advice, and befitting her new educational role, she goes for the teacher look in the Post's promo video.

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