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Dozens of students kidnapped by gunmen in Nigeria
"Story in Nigeria. Another abduction of school Children, mostly female students from a college in the northwestern state of Kaduna. We can speak to the BBC's Is that college from or highest sack? What do we know? Well, what we know so far is that the gunmen stormed the federal Colette off forestry in the city of Kaduna on the outskirts of the city, opened fire that's all the night and then kidnapped the number of students. The school actually has both male and female students. But, you know, a number of them have bean abducted and some sources I would necessary. Many of them are female. We don't know exactly how many students have been kidnapped, But some sources are saying that they could be in that dozens in the college, which has around 300 students. The authorities are saying that they hate county is under way. At the moment on also the military have been deployed and and some witnesses, so my men said that they saw On the helicopter being flown. So that's the situation at the moment, and the parents off gathered there to see me and trying to find out the fate off their Children and also to know what actually happened. And the anger The concern must be. It's such a high pitch with so many of these incidents over the last few weeks and months on because as I understand it, this college is near a Nigerian military training academy. It should have been protected. Exactly. The college is in its strategic place, if you like, because apart from the Nigerian military academy that's nd A. There is also an airport in that area and also a train station. But the abduction actually happened so many people who presumably feel that schools that doesn't that should be well protected. But we're waiting for the authorities to give us details of what really happened. And how the government perhaps managed to storm this school to kidnap this students, and remember more than three I mean more than 700 students have been kidnapped so far since December in So many I mean attacks on their schools across northern Nigeria Resume I believe by and criminal gangs who we cannot in people for ransom. The lettuce. I mean, the last one before this one was in the town off then Gaby and some for a state. They were released for the negotiation with the gunman. So at the moment, we don't know who carried out the abduction. But it is believed to be part of that string off mass abductions. Targeting schools on the insecurity generally is widespread, not only schools it affect almost all face it off the society people being abducted or killed on a daily basis. If in yesterday at least eight people were killed in Kaduna state, where this incident happened, and also people who were killed in in some foreign country estates, so a lot of insecurity Side.
"gaby" Discussed on Homophilia
"Yeah, like do whatever picks up on craigslist I fun but like I. I'm busy but. I do tend to like. Kind of independent like relationships where you're kind of. Independent? But. Like a specifically with now I mean now is is just coming into being like a trans masculine like. Has. Hasn't really dated a lot of guys like wants date guys in wants to like be in that sort of like. You know gay guys space for although they're not very good at it but. Their method of flirting is horrible. especially. With. Because they don't understand that men are simple. So they're like talking to them as if and I have endless experience 'cause i. had mostly dated men so like my like it with women like if someone says, how are you? How's like writes a whole paragraph because it's like you know it's like. They want this girl is GonNa, want like some sort of emotional whatever and if a guy says, how are you Malik start straight this whole thing and I'll be like, no, no no no honey. You just write back. He wants to hear Horny like don't no no. No he doesn't WanNa know what you actually did today like but they are so. they. They don't. They're like working on it from a perspective of like talking to a woman and I'm like he doesn't care. Like he doesn't want to have a conversation with you. It's very it's it's kind of a mess It's fascinating though in and it's a I feel like it's it. It goes back to that confidence thing for you that jealousy kind of never really an issue. No I mean I just don't like being lied to so like definitely in college I dated this terrible guy who didn't believe me when I said I wouldn't like that I don't care and so he would just like. He so he was straight up lie about where he was and leave his computer open to with G. Chat Open being like I am lying to Gaby and I am at this place and I'd be like what it are. My whole thing would just be like if you're gonNA cheat on me, I need you to be better at it. Because I, you have to pull it together. Like you can't be just leaving stuff around you can't be giving conflicting stories to friends so that they tell me conflicting stories like. Pull it. Like to I almost was like resentful I was like handle yourself like. Why why are you making me worry about this like just. So. Yeah but that situation aside like I would not. Really. I'm like glitter like now.
"gaby" Discussed on Homophilia
"So that's. Not. that. PERSON DIDN'T WANNA be non monogamous if you couldn't tell. Ya Know. That is not the lifestyle for person. No, and so now eventually, and now was like new me with this partner and they said that they started how they felt about me because they were like, Gosh I really don't like how this person treats. Gaby. I wouldn't pick this person for Gabby. While who would I pick for? Gabby. Maybe me. got. And then they were like Oh. Oh, I like Gabby and then I don't want her to be in this relationship and I feel very upset about her being in this relationship and I don't like that she's unhappy with this person because I wanna make her happy. But it was like a full change from like so annoying like it's very funny because we have mutual friends and they told one of our mutual to of our mutual friends were like wanting to work with me on a project and they were like, Hey, you know Gabby done like what? What's her deal and Mao told both of them. She's great at what she does, but she's so annoying and. Then now we're together and we like went on dates with these people and it's like. Remember when I was annoying and now they're in love with me. So. What was mouse move? When gave realized that you were? No longer just a friend. Well they were helping me I I was going through a relationship thing where my partner at the time was having some gender feelings and I in Mouse Trans. So I was like, what do I do? It'd be a good partner and get like was like hop on skype and skype with me for like an hour to like tell like, help me like with the whole what what should I do? What are good resources all this stuff and I was like, Oh, my God that's so nice of them like I always thought they were hot but I was like, wow, that is like so selfless. So Nice. And then so then but then me and this other person broke up. And then I knew I was going to see Mao in a month at at the camp again for twenty nineteen and I. I texted them and was like listen we're going to see each other at this camp. I'm finally single. So you don't have to worry about a partner like crying or whatever, and he drama you're going to be at the camp I'm going to be at the camp. If you have a fucking girlfriend when you get to camp, I will kill you. And and I was like, okay like and they said that they thought I was like. Joking or that I was like doing a bit or they were like, yeah. Maybe we'll like make out like whatever and I could just periodically be like seventeen days until I come for you who they would be like sure. Okay whatever sure. And then I like this is like by brain is that we got to the camp and we were like Atta Campfire and it was like eleven o'clock amount was like, okay I'm GonNa go back my room like night everyone and they went back to the room and I said I, thought, Oh, I see. So in ten minutes I should follow them to their room. That's what they're. That's what they're hinting at. They were and so and so I went up and I went and knocked on the door and they were like, Oh hey and I was like I got your message and they were like. No but you can come in. I'm a lunatic. And they were like he's off. Yeah, and they were like. No but like come in if you want and then we hooked up but they were like you are so weird and they and they slowly over that week, we're like she so strange and then they like started till like me more and then we hung out that whole week and then they were like, wow, there's really something here. And then now it's like they know a lot of it is like false bravado a thing I put on. So like now in the past year and a half that we've been together, they've gotten to see that it's kind of a stick and and so they're like, oh, I see like this. You're actually a real person. You're not like a like a weird playboy whatever that you're putting on. A loaded question. But do you ever just want to read a really good book where the guy gets the guy in the end but is a loaded question and you know what? That's exactly what I want. Guess what Queer Book Box is a monthly book subscription run by and for LGBTQ plus people every month they send one really great book written by Queer Author with Queer main characters and themes, and sourced from an independent queer. Bookstore. I love this because it's so powerful to see yourself reflected in a character and queer book box wants everyone to experience that joy by sharing stories as beautiful and diverse as our community. So depending on the type of subscription for the also send you related bookish extras. A message from the author and an online book club the gas thing you could possibly buy right now..
"gaby" Discussed on Homophilia
"Because. He Kinda, you know he grew up in rural and then immediately went off to work in studios and whatever, and I was like. He he killed his pretty and how was it was great. Great. That was very even then that was great. You tied the knot in more ways than one. Yes, he did. That is a very, very cute need. Cute. Thanks and don't forget if you have better ones which you do. Send them to Homophobia pod Edgy Mail Dot com whether an audio or text form whatever works for you. Our guest this week. Is The podcast. Behind just between us. and bad with money the book bad with money all the books mentioned before She is an absolute dream She is the the lover of a former guest of ours mouth plum. Love it when that happens everybody, please stay tuned for Gabby done. Dave, I have to tell you something occasionally. Michael by Michael will do an impression of us of of the podcast of an ad on the podcast, and it always starts with me being like Dave I am wearing my macworld and underwear and they are so comfortable and then you go matt I gotTa Tell You these knock wealth and sweat pants I wear them every day. I. Feel I'm not doing I'm not doing justice. But you get the gist. I do get the gist and here's the thing I think that the reason why it resonates so deeply throughout the culture but especially within your household is that it's true. It is based in truth I am currently wearing Mack Walden silver underwear they are comfy. They are they are odor repelling. They are the Best I love my sweatpants from on my suction I love my mask from them. Of It yes. I, found myself meeting my macworld and more than ever because obviously we're all sort of lake living in Loungewear but we want that loungewear be comfortable. We Wanna be able to work out in it and. macworld and yeah, I mean I. I. Have a special place in my heart for the silver underwear and the shirts because they're naturally anti microbial, which means they eliminate odor and. Also if you don't like your first pair of underwear which isn't going to happen, you can keep it and they'll still refund no questions asked. That's absolutely correct. They are great for whatever it is. You do I have Mac Walden swim trunks that I love they have pockets in them. They're constantly checking to make sure I don't don't jump in the pool with my phone in my pocket the folks McClellan had even created their own.
"gaby" Discussed on Homophilia
"That's truly Look terrific in the chain. Thank you so much. I have not taken this off since I got it in January whenever now you were considering getting, where are you with that? Well, you know I, it's not a place where we can really go and try them on. You know I've seen some on Amazon that look okay on Amazon. But I don't WanNA buy chain on. Amazon no God. No. Yeah and I I don't know I. Don't know we'll see when your friends starts making him again. Then we'll talk then maybe I'll become a chain guy. Yes. Yeah. I mean I my friends cheer and Dana They have a jewelry company called the ten and that's where I got this beautiful baby and they're just kind of on pause right now for obvious reasons. But I hopefully, they'll be back up and running and I'll let people know. So everybody can get on the chain wagon. I love it. I love it. If Karnal from normal people hadn't done it if you hadn't done it who had Gabe della hey over at the pool and he is now a chain guy it's like all right swimming pool with a chain. It's just a it's a cool summer look. I'm in. You never had off. It's great man. God It will with that gorgeous head of hair and Ralph. Oh my God here, Matthew thank you so much I've just come from I. Appointment in. In Age is like since the well, certainly since the lockdown but I I guess it's my first doctor appointment. Since last year I say this only because I see the same doctor as Bryan Safi Gibson and Paul Tompkins. We all see the same guy and he is so hot. It's crazy like he's unbelievably handsome. I long ago when I was looking for an eye doctor, I went on twitter as like anyone in La Dr. fifty people got back to me. One of them was like my great news incredibly hot I guy called. Went right there. He's fantastic of course, everyone's masked up. He's still looks great. It's a difficult to pull off entertainment. It's the is it They're fine. They're fine. Just common type one diabetic gotta stay on the Shit. But I am good. You kind of just wanted an excuse to go see him. You are absolutely right actually Erin Brian. Paul and I thought about doing a limited run podcast about him. As a guest. But that never came to pass and. It's like you should just set up an office in the ear Wolf Building we. Do that Yeah, God. If you could see this Guy Oh lord it's he's like Bob Benson from from madman but blonde, it's how. It's too much. So here. No Mafia recently met. We've been in a bit of literary corner. And I, don't mean to say that say that we've been backed into literary corners just been like you know cozy nook. With a with a good leather chair and a lot of a lot of. Dusty old volumes full of wisdom. We Sam Lansky. Last week. This week, we have gabby done who has written. No fewer than ten thousand bucks. We're all stuck at home right now. What are you reading at the moment? what am I just went through? So Byron, lane, we had on recently and. and. He wrote the script book those inspired by his time with Carrie. Fisher. And that got me into such a Carrie Fisher hole that I relaxed postcards from the edge I. Read Post postcards from the edge I watched the documentary I I read wishful drinking. I've just been watching. Youtube tribute videos per so her her voice has been like a very comforting you know. Time. A source comfort in a time of stress cheese. What am I trying to say I've also read? Luster by Raven Lonnie, which is kind of a hot book of the moment that was excellent I'm just looking over the bookshelf to see what what else said for I read amount of CASS by. Adding that that was great. And now reading. The lies that bind and I'm forgetting the author's name, but it's it's very like This is incredibly demeaning but I some people are baby described as chick lit. It sorted into like big little lies round, which of course is that's my bread and butter, but I'm sure. It's a book club selection. for the gene club, which is. A. Society that I have joined that our friend. Thank you rene written by Emily Giffen Not Emily Griffin but emily. Giffen. Get Right. Are you reading to Rene? Are you just it's and goodling forest? It's going on start reading it. By. The Way people can join the club now, which is, is a a like a social club here in La June. Diane ridicule founded. was. That is. Most. Mosi for to serve working MOMS but has expanded into this online community and you know they got people from all over the world. Now there's programming all day every day there's meditation there's classes there's like workshops there's. You can do like a sound bath you can. You can see like Nicole buyer come on and do a fun QNA. You know there's there's such a pool variety of stuff and it is primarily women, but it's open to people of all genders. And I've been hearing a lot about the Jane Club, my friend White, just joining his loving it. It's great. It is great. What are you reading? I have a lot of competing books right now. He here's how I got the Sarah. Shade. For Book Grand. She wrote a memoir about hiking through the Grand Canyon. I. Love Her I cannot wait to tear it just arrived. I am reading an advance of jared SEXTON's new book American rural. He is a He's like a a political writer. He's great on twitter. And we've sort of gotten and other You, know we did the DM slide a couple years ago and we've been. We've been online friends He has got a new book coming out in just a few weeks That is really fascinating. His first book The man they wanted me to be is about you know toxic masculinity and his upbringing south in it's great I. Also Have Shuki Bain, which is an Irish well, maybe Scottish actually book that John Butler recommended that is on its way also on.
Bugha becomes the first esports pro to sign with Gary V’s VaynerGaming
"Buba after winning the widely publicized event. BOOB, whose real name is Kyle, gears, dwarf with for being a decent fortnight player to what are the faces of the game? He parlayed that success in a partnerships with major brands like Samsung and five below Bainer. Gaming came out. Firings announced Buca has signed a long-term exclusive streaming deal with twitch, and re upped his contract with the Sentinel's Eze. Sports Organization He. He represented at the Fortnight World Cup. Having more outside representation eastwards is good for everyone involved and having an outspoken proponent Gary v is good as well in call of duty, Gaby's other properties, surging as well while the inaugural year
The Other Side Of Belonging
"I'm Nora mcnerney and this is terrible. Thanks for asking and this is Jen does it. I've done it and it's a terrible day when that happens. Yeah let's just circle back to the first question I asked you know. It's twenty sixteen not currently but for the sake of this story. It's two thousand sixteen and Jen and her husband. Brandon are getting ready to blow up her career Brandon. I had intentionally structured our lives so that we would shoulder the majority of the fallout so I had cleared my calendar. I hadn't taken any new speaking of events for the next calendar year because I knew what it would me I I knew that it would mean every single one of them virtually would need to fire me and it would cause such disruption in their own spaces among their own staff in committees and event planners and all that and. I didn't want that for them. So I had no events on the calendar I've cleared the deck. We had quietly unhooked from several like denominational partnerships that we were involved in those additional that we tried to avoid as much as we could. We prepared our little church as well as we could which there was a lot of division in there too and then so when it released were trying to stand with as few people that were. GonNa go down with the ship as possible. The ship is scheduled to go down with the media interview. Jen has already scheduled one that splits her with the faith that she grew up in she scheduled that interview knowing exactly what she would say in exactly what it would mean for her as a person and as a professional but I got to a point where I just said God literally either get to have my career like it is right now or I get to have my integrity and I have to pick because I cannot have them both and so I picked my integrity and I decided then I will stand in the storm I will not reverse. I will not walk it back. I will not change my mind. I will not soften the blow. I'm just GONNA take it. She made sure to follow up that interview with a facebook post to make sure it's absolutely clear and the facebook post says this so whatever the cost in loss this is where. I am gay teens. Gay Adults MOMMAS and Daddies of precious Gaby's friends and beloved neighbors a very dear. Lgbt folks here are my arms open wide so wide that every last one of you can jump inside. You are so dear so beloved so precious and important you met her so desperately in your life as worthy and beautiful there is nothing wrong with you or in any case. Nothing more right or wrong than any of us which is to say. We're all hopelessly screwed up. Jesus still loves US beyond all reason and lives to make us all new restored whole. Yay for Jesus Thank God. He loves us. He is not embarrassed of any of us. I am not a scandal. You are not a scandal. We are not bringing down his brand anyhow. My message to you today stemple. Lgbt gang and all those who love you you are loved and special and wanted and needed the end. But that's not the end not at all. It's not even really the beginning because in order to understand why that was such a big risky stand to take. You need to understand the world. The Jan came from the world that Jen grew up in. I'm the oldest of four kids And so I was sort of pilot kid. You know how the oldest gets the parents when they're still in their twenties and
Test Kitchen Manager Gaby Melian on Empanadas
"Welcome back to the PODCAST. Thank you so much excited. I'm you know what I am. I'm super hungry. I've never been so hungry for cast. I'm looking at these glistening crispy. Golden Brown empanadas is in the middle of the table. And I can get one you of course different once again tell you I. A couple of these have A little bit of sugar got like my grandmother used to put my like. I duNNo. She needed for us so it gives it an extra layer of sweetness and then I read a couple of a couple of people helped me through the ripple. Yeah that's the way you crimp it To show the Francis sometimes they do that depending on the field. Lean gene. You know when you go to the stores they have different ways of closing them. So you know if it's chicken and beef and cheese of whatever pressure beating one two the only one but now I'm talking about my mouth twelve. It's all right. That's what I told everyone. Adam wants to chew on the micro comment or no no. No I mean come on. Everyone does okay. You've done chew videos for us. WE WANNA one with Bradley. Only at your first video ever Dow one was my father's. There's time in front of a Combo being part of the video. Yes we'll read. What was that like? I was really nervous during seem nervous. No I know but I thought it was going to lose my voice Because when I get emotionally I lose my voice and you know the difference and I was just trying to talk and let's talk about that so brad is I'm GonNa say six foot four Gabby is what are you short of one. Actually my past five to what are you. What are you barefoot? Five five okay right. But I'm shrinking but thinking that we all are but brad does that thing where you kind of like spreads his his legs out and he kind of gets a low on the counter because you know can be the same kind of way was he. Did the video. Was it easier than you thought it would be in terms of doing doing it or it was fun I was. I was hard to follow him. You never know what to expect to him but it was fun and I feel like I I was able to talk about. The empanadas and people are super excited in Argentina that I actually was representing so I think it went. Well did you get it. Comments from people in Argentina. Oh yeah yeah from. I add From South America in general or over specially from Argentina. Some of them were like oh well in my town. We don't make them like these. Because inside Argentina. We have different types of bananas. We have like the ones from the north. They wants from the south of the center. That's where I'm from one side is so these are called for ten years because if you're born in one side is your potential from from the port of so you know we are very opinionated people you know I would Argentina's in general we are like. Yeah no I do it this way. Do it that way. Some people is because if you need like racing's or not and some people say oh these gusty and it has all leaves but for me Dania. Has You're going for the second one people aboard. He's having the second one. I make them kind of a small. So let's start with the ones on the plate now. which is the first video of you and Brad from his? It's alive series. This is a ground beef. EMPANADA beef typical tenure. You have raisins in Maher racing's or leaves on our lips the ground beef of obviously grabbers on yawns and then in you'll have oregon o q mean salt pepper. A tiny bit of sugar a little bit of public for Koehler. That's what makes that juicing using US and then I put a hint of Cayenne pepper for heat because I hear people tend to like hear a little more. We're not really into hot spicy spicy. I think it's nice to have a little bit a little sugar just a balanced. Yeah okay so in that first video the what I noticed right away was you made me feel okay about not making my own dough. Oh no totally I mean empanadas reveille eaten in. Let's say typical family probably might WANNA say once a week maybe every other week. But he's something that you get together with friends and you order out. We have great places that sell. NPR's and they deliver. There are some places that they do. Only empanadas can niqab any flavor in the world. You can imagine and in other places a habit Sonnen Pinellas so you either order or you make your own so people people are like no within their friends for their feeling but you will not find anybody that is going to make Bacon Bananas making their own doll. Because he's such a long process. It's not even worth twenty minutes later. Everybody item so we have really good a star Bought doll that it comes already pre pack and we use that. I mean if someone tells you that making their own doll deadline I think this take this impression. Like in Italy for instance there's a ton of Italians in Argentina that everyone makes own pasta scratch every night and this is not the case. No no no no we have also with with really good. Pass the places that you go buy. Fresh passed away the Kilo- All Dogs we do a my rather is makes the best pizza pizza. People make at home on Saturday nights. Yeah the guys make beats a home. Friday nice nice very common. You all do some house. And they make the you know don't beat Sally Gracie B. of the best pizza all right. So I WANNA make empanadas at home. What sort of dough should I buy? Whichever using if I'm not making my own these is when he's gone he's gone on? It's like you can buy it in any supermarket. Basically actually when when I publish which member be on February of two thousand seventeen one of the things that Rick Martinez was sculpting with was to fact checked. You know like find out if you can really really find these doll everywhere and it is. It's really easy available. You can even know that it on Amazon. What doty's does it? It's called Empanada or it says in English turnovers doll right. No I see them watching my Guy Jones happy so be any Spanish local local market if you live in a neighborhood that some sort of Latino community I'm sure they're having go yeah though They have different ones. They have some for Frayne gene and they have Colombian door that is completely different. Because he's make with Like sort of like cornmeal completely different because those refrain gene so these one is actually at says For BANARAS for waking I need it comes from Uruguay. Actually it comes. They'll comes from European Goya packages here in New Jersey near my house. All right so but if you don't have these you've done us any puff pastry and caroline can circles rounds. And that's it. Because he's very similar to puff pastry so for this one. For the filling you were browning. The ground beef seasoning thing it and then you took out the ground beef from the pot and then you put the onus on the papers. That's one way of doing it. I think when we publish the recipe we the first on and a and then we moved them out. You can either either either way for me. It's faster to do the one part and the meeting. Another the reason why I do it that way because I used to make three hundred hundred panels every weekend when I was selling them. Okay we're GONNA get to that first. Let's get to the ground beef. Onions and red peppers seasoning seasoning cumin sake and releases all these juice and makes it sweat. That's the flavor you're going for. You cut out rounds with a pastry cutter or news. Come already already come on. We got anything and they come with these little plastic in between doing so. They don't get stuck one way or the other see. That's what I noticed. I noticed when you took the felling but first of all you want a cool the feeling feeling you can even freeze the feeling. My mother used to freeze the feeling abortions. And then it's much better because when you're baking it Y- releases all that water all the Jews even better. Yeah so you were using like a little like ice cream scoops because I like to measure you know. I don't want one every Empanada have the same amount. I'm also so far of not putting your leaps keeps anti-lien so I wanted on a line like in a restaurant. Is that continuing more. We're GONNA get me angry letters but no no no yes GSA anyways you. You've got your feeling with the raisins onions this nap but the olive separate the Reagan half. Yeah and then I make sure everything Pinella has. That's the League Asian. Sorry people I'm saying to myself. I make sure that everybody gets two halves of only because the worst by will be like if if he does someone Oh inputting olives a panel and then they bite on it and he's gone so when you're feeling is done you can actually don see anymore. Where Olives went you know so I was carefully? Put two halves of olive anytime panella before I closed them. So you fold them over with this little. Okay Yeah just to fill me in then you you pinch them shot. And then the big question between you and Brad on the video of it's alive. Was You crimp them with the four or you do the fancy thing that you do right well. Criminal with the fork makes them look bigger. So here's the C- could people when I was selling them. I was using the fork. Not only because it was fluster and get somebody to tell me that was my mother on. They look bigger so you can judge they all right. People don't don't lie. When he stood cream they feel like they're eating a lot of doll? I love it personally. What's the word again ripple Julia Gay how responding back I E? BU ALGAE E rebelled. Would you so you so it's like you're it's almost like a looks like a little rope. You're sort of twisting at unto itself so you had a nice nice braided exterior exterior. It's super pretty. I know and I can do really quick and the story goes these about anyone I was aid. I don't remember much but we're GonNa have a fourth God. I know they're tiny tiny people he's not even know overeating When I was eight my grandmother who could never actually cramp really pretty really? She used to do the fork because it was faster. You know you're making three four thousand in Pinellas. She asked me to help her because I was always in the kitchen with her and pardon me I started. You know I started twisted Empanada crimping like that during the report and she almost cry because I was doing it exact same way her mother that she could never learn it well and I met my grandmother when I was one and then she dies or she couldn't have possibly taught me on so I guess it wasn't my jeans
Latin Music Gallery Opens Doors At GRAMMY Museum
"According to Billboard magazine the Global Popularity and sales of Latin music are at an all time high and so it seems fitting that the Grammy Museum at. La Live has a new space dedicated to Latin musicians. The Latin music galleries recent opening was attended by a wide range of music. Industry figures the frame contributor. Beto arcus was there and has this report about two hundred. People showed up at the opening of the Grammy Museum's Latin Music Gallery. There was a lot to celebrate when the Grammy Museum opened in. Two Thousand and eight Latin music was is barely noticeable. We try to convince the people of the museum that it was worth it to have space for Latinos and they gave us fifteen square meters. which accounts for one hundred and fifty square feet? Maurice Gabriela Varroa is president of the Latin Recording Academy an offshoot of the Grammy Organization but also says when they began pitching the idea of Latin music space at the museum they had to focus on two things. First Education we are. We are tangled. We are SAMBA. We are personal. We are Ranchera so they said well. It's very easy for you to say but we don't know how to do Louis. Hope I retained on behalf of the Latin Recording Academy experts in every field and they came and they put their best. So when you go there you have all genders there about. Oh assess for nine years. They kept complaining about the one hundred and fifty square feet. They had been allocated until one day he asked I. What else can we do? They said we'll we need contributions so he says Oh. Let's contribute so. We begin being much more cooperative with the museum. undecisive guys. Why don't we do something nicer for you? Assess for the past year and a half. Latin Recording Academy has been helping the Grammy Museum create the Latin Music the gallery they went from one hundred fifty two six thousand square feet so the difference is huge humongous. It is also true that the presence presence of Latin music in America has grown is being more noticed but they also found that most of the apple these to the museum are Latin. Descent are Hispanics who come to the museum. So if the Magic Work Iwo Lavonia they live. Well I think that music brings us all together and now with our renovations were able to tell a lot more stories and a lot. Bigger stories about are about the impact of music. So it's very important. Michael Stich is president of the Grammy Museum. And this is Kind of museum two point zero if you will. So we're actually taking a lot a lot of time and energy and a big investment two million dollar investment. We've made on the third floor to really start. Expanding the storytelling of Latin Music Day Nagara Exhibit zibute highlights the Latin Grammy Awards from the past twenty years including more than thirty songs on rotation heard on a sound system in every room on display. There's is an electric guitar from Columbia Scar Beavis and an accordion that was played by cork commanders of low figures. The North The sky is there's also fashioned from the Latin grammys including blazer worn by the late pop singer Gabrielle. An address warned by singer Gaby Moreno designed by her. What Alan Compatriot you sham? I A warrant at the Latin grammys in two thousand thirteen. When I won my my best new artist award and about a month ago I received An email asking me if I if I could send it here but I told them well the dresses in Guatemala. Because I I gave it back to him after I used it. So they He's shifted and now it's being on display. Here's a really fatal. Haven't seeded Jillian singer. Francisco Ellen Swallow describes a couple items is on display. That caught her attention. Where in front of Bruce's dress from an award ceremony of the Grammy's and we love our fans say she's a museum? We have the monthly. Which I'm a big Fan? I was just hanging out with those guys here. They're amazing I'm such a fan proud of all the Latin artists here displayed an excited. For uh-huh diverse Latin see
Probiotics for gut health
"You know everyone talks talks about probiotics for a healthy gut but what what are the symptoms. Actually of an unhealthy got for people. That really don't know That can be really far ranging You know our gut is effectively. The equivalent of plant roots So it can affect everything from Psychology to skin into digestive abnormalities. It's really Pretty far-reaching well you know and it is far reaching it as you know. Yesterday we had Less yesterday we had Dr Marvin Sing on the show and he was talking. He was speaking so eloquently. A like you I might add About about the GUT microbiome. And there's there is so much that we don't we don't know but we do know how probiotics really do work to alleviate these symptoms because the gut is everything hang isn't it absolutely I'm probiotics work. From a number of mechanisms they worked to recondition the gut they worked to out compete. Bad neighbors So you can have bad bacteria what kind of you know. Air quotes around bad bacteria in the gut and probiotics are good bacteria that can crowd out. Bad neighbors will I this this is not one of the questions I had planned on asking you but you know people ask me this all the time and I'd love to hear from you. What your opinion is about it? They'll get on an antibiotic or they say they have have to you know And they'll wonder how. How should I take probiotics? If I'm taking taking antibiotics. Should I wait till I'm completely off the antibiotics or should I take them and while I'm taking antibiotics what's your what's your understanding of that so it's a very opinionated question A lot of controversy. Yes you out there in space Regarding how to use probiotics Alongside or post antibiotic therapy I think that that they should absolutely be taken in And and the right ones With alongside antibiotic therapy Of course with your practitioners blessing They can do things. Things like mitigate Diarrhea induced You know affects Mana Botox. That's one one application But generally speaking most the box very broad spectrum and the majority of probiotics are going to be Decimated if taken at the same time well you know. How do we know if if you go back to the stomach issues you know? How do you know if are stomach? Issues are because of bacteria and not just a bad meal or nerves or something like that. Well it can go both ways So you know you you set a bad meal right. So a bad meal can influence the gut bacteria negatively and then then send a Send feedback to the brain. That says hey you know what you just gave us good and we're letting you know that so it really depends on on the person But you know if your gut is feeling off there's a pretty good bet that you're bacteria also office well and that's sending a single title to your brain. It's called the GUT brain axis In medical terms well So so Can someone expect probiotics to alleviate one hundred percent of their symptoms. There got issues. That's a pretty. I mean it depends on what symptoms were talking about right. I mean and it depends on the probiotic absolutely. Yeah Yeah So. I'm looking at Tina you know after I asked that and you know she. She's a great example of the testimony. I mean I gave her. You know you guys were so gracious and Gaby's ladies gave us samples to give out to people and I gave her some and she had incredible results with it. Excellent yeah I mean for you. Know Supplementation and can be very unique right. There's no even our supplement tariff Laura. I'd you know I'd love to say that. It's great for every person on the planet. But the fact is that there's still going to be unique unique into individualized experiences out there so You know the best thing is just listen to your body and and see what fits
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"Sweet person. She listens to every episode and is so supportive of me but she acquaints me saying we struggled with money with me saying she was a bad mom. Tom Which is the furthest thing from the truth. In this interview she touches on something incredibly important my talking about money specifically our family's money situation makes her uncomfortable meanwhile. My Dad has dropped all of his boundaries since getting sober for the final time more than thirteen years ago when I was seventeen he has no problem discussing his money mistakes on air and taking responsibility for what he did when he was drinking and drugging. It's another very interesting example of people in the same house house remembering life very differently. So how would you describe my relationship with money when I started the show in two thousand sixteen you were <hes> very naive. You were extremely anxious. You panicked about money. You still tend to panic about money. Yeah Yeah you you described me even as a teenager as being frugal or cheap to my detriment will you were. I mean there are things that you've I mean. I'm going to be very honest. There are things that you've said during the duration of your podcasts that I think are just mischaracterization of what our financial situation was where you talk about wearing the same fourth of July t shirt all year round shirt t shirt it because you were a nerd like this shirts but you know what's interesting is. That's a that's actually just smart. I now I love I love to go the day after for Halloween and get all the Halloween like clothes and socks and whatever and then you can wear those all year round. That's just good. That's just good. Shy have always been frugal. I have always From US thinking that we couldn't help you I mean you just had us in the in the crapper. As far as what I financial situation was in and I mean you know so even to this day I think sometimes you mischaracterize how we were well. That's up up for debate. I think I think I was nervous. I think I was I felt like I was the only person who was like guys. Maybe we should reign it in a little bit but I know that you guys kind of in Cheyenne talked about this to like making fun of me for being a little or being confused as why felt that way or they anxiety or making fun of me a little bit for being I'm like Oh. I don't need to get a new one or like. I'll just tell duct tape it or whatever even like when I was looking at a new for a new apartment recently and you guys came to see see where I had moved to. I know you guys really wanted me to move to like the con- the Nice building the condo building the like whatever and I I wanted to move to oh a less expensive place echo park. I know that you guys were sort of like like about it and Cheyenne was like oh I would love to move to a nice condo building housing. I know you yeah it's right. That's right that's right but but yeah but so but I don't know where we're your perception of us being poor. I don't think that we were poor. I think that there was no oh budget. There was no idea of where the money was going where it was coming from. I think there was a lot of stuff where like obviously look like uh up until I was seventeen. Dad was an addict and alcoholic so there was money going places that we didn't know where it was going so like. I don't think I'm completely off base being like hey the money <hes> doesn't add up correctly <hes> no that's true he was in in the throes addiction and and absolutely there was money going out and he and I used to have discussions about that. All the time like how come there isn't the money and where and yet here the house. Oh swelled in the house and go where is from. Where is it going then. I'm sure you did hear that but but I think sometimes when you talk about it you you take it to expand any stream. Sometimes it makes it uncomfortable for me to be very honest. I mean even some parts of the bad with money are uncomfortable. Talking about this stuff is uncomfortable and it's not an it's not I'm not using it as a anybody's fault or anything <music>. I'm I'm saying that it was confusing. Growing up and it was dad was like you know had job didn't have a job. I wasn't sure where he worked even like on the first episode of the this podcast he was like Oh. I got fired today and I was like today that's right but the difference in you from from the beginning to now is that you open with us about your finances and you're also so willing to accept help. I know that's huge which is big which is big because I was. I was I mean I almost I had a heart attack. When I heard that you had sold close I mean it's nothing wrong with selling stuff though I still I sell books if I'd have furniture. I don't need all sell it like I <music>. I'd get rid of stuff all the time. No I know but it but it was to put food on your table. This is not to put food on your table but that's not a read on you the university it doesn't have a person in their twenties trying to make money yet when an a person who's an artist and a struggling artist. I and I think that's all part of a persona. Bring a struggling artist. I'm not taking it personally. Okay absolutely not taking it personally. I'm not asking you to validate date what your perceptions are but. I'm just saying that saying you don't have to feel like Oh. I'm a terrible mother because she did this. I don't okay good. I don't because you were a grownup and if you couldn't come to us and say listen. I you know I need help or you. Were with that idiot. Who told you to cut her. Cut Yourself. Totally off from US US financially because you could be on your own. I mean you know what the fuck sets. That's not what family does that family AIDS sure but I also think at twenty five I could I.. I didn't have to have a bank account that you guys had access to. Oh totally agree sure. That's all that that guy was. I mean that guy wasn't great but that's sort of what that's all that I did. As a result of what he said was get my own bank account lose nothing wrong with that. No absolutely nothing wrong with that but <hes> but I I just I just feel like you more open to us now about the situation and other no it's because our situation has changed so dramatically in the last year. Yeah it really has because of May may right because it may may eh but but still I don't use that money. That may money that money is invested sure which is big right yeah so so you're also hope. I think I think what happened. I think what happened. Tru truly is I had I.. I felt like I was. I had to be in charge of everyone and then I was like you know what if if mom and dad are saying that they have it or if mom and dad are like saying that they want to do this thing they want to get a car. They WANNA travel whatever they want to do. It's like I.. It's not my job to step in and be like well but I don't think you should it spent like Godspeed. I can't it can't be my problem. You know but I'm going back to my problem. I think a lot has changed too because because I know like there was a little bit there was or there has been some adjustment period stuff of like me wanting to say no. Tell me wanting to do this and and less so you but more dad being upset about me. Doing things independently like easier going parent anyway. Oh okay yeah but I just mean like you. Do you understand that like when I started paying for stuff on my own you don't I mean you don't tend to like it either like when I when we go shopping now at at home and I it <hes> insist on paying for things you don't like it now. It's not that they don't like it because because you can do it. I don't is it's just you. You're my baby. WanNa take care of you when you're with me not because I don't think you can buy them for yourself. It's just I like to do things for you. I know but it's also funny to be like thirty one and you're like but you're a baby. I'm like okay. Maybe I am <music>. I you've heard it here. First Breaking News Ladies and gentlemen I am a baby. You'll always be my baby but our relationship has changed. I mean I think we've always had ups and downs depending upon where your head was at but you've always known that you could always pick up the phone and call and no matter what it was you could always talk to me about. It and I think that's how you're that's how you're dealing with money situation too so when I can say to you you know. Can I help with your move. Will you let me it's more like I asked permission and when I can do that and you say yes. It makes me feel really good. Yeah I used to fight you and not WanNa take anything and be like very intense about not. You guys not paying for anything because I didn't feel that you guys had it but now I'm sort of like you know what if mom wants to help I. It's not my job to ask where it came from like. It's not my job like I.. I don't have like a long time ago. Dad was like I I WANNA give I five hundred dollars and I was like where is it coming from and he was like doors and now it's like when I was like well unless you can tell me what you're getting it from. I'm not gonNA take it and he was like fine now. I'm like you know what fuck it. It's not my job to ask him where he got it. He robbed a bank fine. WHO CARES LIKE I. You know what I mean like I.. I'm over it like I can't. I can't control what you guys are. GonNa do so do what you do. Whatever because you trust US more. No I just can't hold onto that stress just like fine good. Whatever you guys are running some weird ozark messy business behind everyone's back. It's not my business like. Do you know <hes> <hes> I don't my mother stressed. I stressed about money my whole life yeah and Dan still to this day. I mean look. I'm you know working the practice and I'm trying to ease off the practice in. I'm working another job. You work a lot. What I work a lot you always. I just never wanted you guys to have that stress to how somehow it I got. China doesn't have it. Yeah well you will. She has it now. She has it as she's maturing. It's like weird how I just. I don't know I just picked up. I just had this like national stress about money that I feel I. I think I could be like the richest person in the world and I would still feel that way. Yeah Yeah I you probably right. So are we doing dad today to. Oh is that why.
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"And now back to the show next up. We're going WANNA get closer to home and talk to my little sister. Cheyenne longtime listeners will remember my sister Cheyenne from season one where she unabashedly declared that she didn't stress about spending money who is she shi'as grownup immensely since two thousand sixteen she now often watches my dog and how sits for me. She is increasingly mature and responsible in a way I never could have predicted when she was a popular high school girl and then a Florida state party aficionado there are shades of the Cheyenne you heard three years ago but she's grown up so so much and she's watched my relationship with money and our parents relationship with money transformed to I think you've changed a lot but I think thank you still have breakdowns about money that are unnecessary but that's just I think your personality in a sense which there was a fun one where you came over to do laundry and I was crying in my room about money and I was like I just need to cry in here and you're like okay so I just closed the door and cried in my room and you watch T._v.. In the living room you came home while I was doing the lawn. Oh yeah I I said I can and leave if you want and you're like it's fine. I'm just GONNA cry my room and I was like okay. I'll be out here if you need me and that was it and that was just went in your room and cry and I was like okay yeah and you were like <music>. What's it about and I was like it's about money good night? Close the door but yeah but I think that you have better tactics. Essentially he liked to get through like to have money but you sometimes just think okay I had to put all my money here right now and then you have no spending money <hes> and then you freak out because you have no spending money but you have money you just I feel like I don't know what your everyone's telling you you need to put here. You need to put it here. You need to put it here but you also need a to have be able to live <hes> so I feel like that's the only thing that I would be like okay. Focus on you know keeping some money for you to spend and but other than that I said I think you've done much better with money. You're not as cheap. You're not like I can't do this. You know you moved from one house to the other because it was less expense but that wanted to move to a less expensive place right because you didn't need it so things like that. I feel like you've learned a lot. Yeah I mean so has our relationship relationship changed since like. I've sort of been making more money. I think that yes and no no because I'm not like ever asking you for money but there are things that like when I moved to you paid me because you could yeah and I didn't ask you for money but you were like I wanna give you this money and so obviously I appreciate that take all the money. You were extremely helpful yeah but I'm saying that I think that's changed a little bit but I don't think it's changed like our relationship or things like that. I would still do these things for you if you you didn't pay me but obviously I will take money when it is given to me <hes> and what about like your journey like how has money changed for you since since two thousand sixteen <hes> well I lost my job so yeah that was rough and was I was had a little bit saved but not nearly early as much as I needed and it wasn't until I duNno. What was it November December? Last year I finally found for unemployment <hes> and that really changed everything for me because you know I wasn't asking mom and dad for money like that felt really terrible as as a twenty six twenty seven year old girl woman being like hey I lost my job. Can you guys pay my rent like this. I don't WanNa be acts like ridiculous to me. Obviously the I mean that's the situation for a lot of right but but I had been independent for awhile <hes> so the unemployment helped and then it's good because I think people feel shame about applying for unemployment when there shouldn't be I don't I mean if you are fired from a job when you can't find another job I spent six months looking for a job. I never thought it would end up being I was filing for unemployment but then I did and I felt so much better because I was looking for jobs that I wanted to be doing yeah. I wasn't like a hive to go back to the restaurant industry after go back to like no I have money and also look for writing jobs. which is what I wanted to be doing yeah so like am I better with this stuff now than I was when I started like Arthur things that I'm I'm doing that are very different? Now I mean you you will spend when you want to spend now. That's the difference I think before. If you wanted to buy something you'd be like Nope I gotta go get the really cheap version of whatever that was even we went to the to the shoe store with our brother and his wife Sister sister-in-law sister-in-law okay and you bought shoes and then you said will you just help me move and do all these things. Do you want us and you bought me shoes yeah and like I didn't I was like Oh. I don't know if you want. I'm not going to say no you know in the past. I would've never but you wouldn't even gone in that store yeah yeah so. I think that's changes. You're more comfortable with okay. If I spend a little bit right now that's not gonNa kill me yeah and I think even a year two years ago. You would not have done that well because I think I have a better idea of where my money is where like where learned yes three years while everyone else has learned listening to you also been learning. These are all new things to you as well yeah okay so you know that things have changed Schwerin like the power has shifted because I'm able to get us a airbnb instead of staying at the House. They hated that so can we talk about like them really being pissed off. When I can do what I want because I have money I okay I am indifferent on this because yes they were upset that we got the AIRBNB? I think they were more upset because we didn't really tell them but all I know deep down. They were upset because we weren't saying with them. Obviously what happened was for Thanksgiving. The houses crowded Shannon. I didn't want to stay in the house. We wanted to get an AIRBNB by the beach. I could afford it so I paid for us to get at Airbnb by at the beach and my parents were very upset flipped out flipped out. I think that they just don't like the idea that we can be like. We are want to hang out. We're GONNA go go do our own thing you know that that troubles them because they think were pulling away but for us. It's just like no we're just adults and we need our fucking space. Just don't need like fucking cat jumping me at like three in the morning or like aw okay. You don't like I love the cat no but yeah. I just think that they don't like thank. You can be like hey. I'm GonNa Take Cheyenne and we're GONNA go do this thing because they can't say no. It was a lot it was a huge fight and I was right in the middle of the to <unk> all of you guys so that really fun. It was a huge fight I mean I think that there's a loss of control where they can't tell us what to do anymore. Guess Yeah that makes sense because they can't tell me what to do because if I if I don't want I'm thirty one. If I don't want a book the ticket I won't book the ticket you know and I and I have I've talked about this a bit where it seems cruel but when they were upset one time where I came home and I stayed in a hotel and they were upset and I said well I will be in Florida from this day to this day day. If you WANNA see me. I'd be happy to see you. If you're too upset that I'm staying in a hotel I will have a lovely vacation and they lost it well. That's Kinda similar more to when I would go to trade shows in Miami and I and then I'm flying back like this day. Let's get like a dinner before I leave whatever they don't you stay longer. I'm like well. I have a job like I need to go home and like have my job so working in a restaurant at this time. I need to go home and do my job. You and I negotiate Thanksgiving where Dad's like so two weeks. You'll stay stay two weeks and we're like purposely. Burger show like four days before just I mean we didn't purposely but it happened. We both just show that we're going to see in L._A.. So that we have to go on Thanksgiving the day before yeah but like yeah I think like US making our own decisions rather than because when we didn't have money dad would buy the tickets home and you'll be like Gotcha. You're saying eight days right. You know what I mean and like now that we can just book stuff ourselves and now that like I can decide where where I wanna stay or I can decide if I wanna go or not. They they seem really shaken up by that he I think that they and I also think that they are worried that you are brainwashing me in a sense yes and that I've been I'm telling you things like no is a complete sentence and that we should have boundaries yeah and I obviously agree with you and understand it but I think that they are worried that that year like literally poisoning me against them and I'm like no. I still talk to them pretty often. I I'm more than you do and I'm like no guys I understand with Gabby saying and for certain things yes. There are boundaries there. Are you know I can say no to things but I'm still I still want to talk to. You guys like I'm not I'm not gonNA ditch. You be like peace out. Suckers like yeah ah they here's the thing here's the real thing I think that over the course of from two thousand sixteen to now the family narrative has become Gaby's bitch. Thank you for taking that Title I know how does that happen. 'cause it used to be you got money. I was just a bitch yeah but now I think that there's become this air in the family of because I have money now in do what I can make my own choices that they're like that I get the sense that they're like. Gabby is a bitch. I think it's more like no one is used to you being able to do that so it's like everyone has to get used to it and that's why it's coming off a strange because you've never had that power to be like no. I don't want to like you know you've never been able to have the money to be like no. I'm doing this so I said no or did what I wanted for like. I would say twenty eight years yeah. I know so I'm saying that's something everyone is getting used to now. When I was twenty five guys I was twenty five before I had my own bank account and I didn't realize that was weird until an ex-boyfriend pointed out to me and when I got my own bank.
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"Sam's Sam's name might sound familiar from the credits of the first three seasons of bad with money. He was my trusty producer and more than that the show was his as much as it was mine through making bad with money together. We became close friends. Sadly Sam moved on to work on his own exciting projects including a podcast called family ghosts and he wasn't around for season isn't four but I would be remiss if I didn't include him. In this retrospective. I was really really excited when you said that you had been wanting to do a show about creatives and money A. and millennials and money because I actually had a pretty personal relationship with that myself actually. I don't know if I've told you this before but I when we started talking with something like seventeen nineteen thousand dollars in credit card debt myself that yeah it was a bad time so I think it just. It clicked really strongly with me when you said D- that talking about money from an emotional standpoint rather than a practical one was interesting to you. I just had this visceral. Yes response to that so can you talk a little little bit about how I went from just asking questions to like essentially a socialist and I think we're you on that journey as well. Oh Yeah I mean I know that as we were having those initial conversations. I don't think we quite realized like the plate shift. That was brewing. Neither of US thought trump was actually going to win that election <music> so I'd I guess we probably can't discount that in terms of what ended up changing with the show but I remember the the really really big change happening earning right around the time that I think we interviewed Jane Mayer about dark money. I just remember getting this flurry of text messages from you after we confirmed her for the show and you read the book and the text messages were like what the fuck is this book. I cannot deal with this. This is completely. We changing my outlook on everything. I feel like I'm just GonNa Scream at her affectionately for the entire interview or something like that <hes> and then I remember her in the interview saying I can't remember if we left this in the editor not but I remember her and I hope she'd be okay with me revealing this sorry if not Jane of your work that she said this is one of my favorite interviews I've ever ever done about this book because you you were so aghast at the things that she revealed in the book and I remember feeling like that was a a big reorientation of focus in terms of the guests and the the way that we put questions to people was to say this isn't just that Gabby kind of doesn't get it and has these big questions. It's that these fundamental structural issues are real and can can seem and maybe are completely inescapable and it is more than fair to acknowledge that and have that be the framework that we put around a show like this which is notionally nationally about being a little fun about it in a little light about it. I thought it was really awesome. The way you were willing to stick to your guns and continue to pursue do the reframing of the conversations the more awareness you got about about these structural issues. Yes I feel like I started with just asking basic questions and then as soon soon as I learned more like the more I learned like it really shows the value of education because the more I learned the more I was like furious and then and then I was was like we gotta do something about this. I was always liberal but it really changed my politics to like way more socialist totally well. I feel like something <music>. I remember being a pushback that we would get from listeners. Sometimes was why wish the show just gave more practical advice and I just remember after the dark money inflection point. I just remember this feeling of incredulity basically because we're so comfortable role in other financial conversations in culture acknowledging the fact that businesses are trying to make profits and everything they do is designed to extract as much money from from you as possible but for some reason when we acknowledge that banks and financial organizations are also for profit institutions and are probably engaging in the same bottom line oriented behavior that might not have consumers best interest at heart. That's somehow blasphemous and I'm really glad that that's a a fight. We were willing to continue to have yeah. I don't care about those people like this. Is the show for you know what I mean. I don't read comments. I've never read the reviews of bad with money. I don't give a shit like I like you on advice. There's tons of shows like that. This is the show for for everybody else and I really. I really admire that that especially because <hes> you know it's interesting like you know. I'm a queer lady. A new a new I mean I would always say it was your show as much as it was mine nine and you're like a straight white dude <hes> but like we you were like yeah no this is. This is a show where we're going to center different voices. <hes> and you didn't blink when I was like I was like we're gonNA. We're not talking to straight white men anymore and you're like yeah okay so okay. So how what what would you rate me now. Like how am I doing. How am I doing well. I mean it's interesting to me now to observe your career as a fan from afar and to see the podcast podcast is still going still doing well. You turn it into a book. The book from what I gather seems to be selling really well. I see oh you promoting other books that you've written your graphic novel and the sequel to the book you wrote with Allison. I know you're also doing just between us as a podcast now <hes> and I had this realization actually just before we started recording. I am probably looking at your career now and making a lot of assumptions and I wonder if my assumptions are correct so I guess to answer your question directly because I see gabby doing the really exciting creative work. I assume there's a direct relationship between that and her financial wellbeing and I realized I have no idea if that's true because I'm no longer producing podcast with you. We have awkward conversations about it. Yeah there was for the listener a severe lack of boundaries between him and I would just send a flirty flurry of text messages at three in the morning with random ideas very kindly was like okay mm-hmm so I it still it still doesn't match up like the An. I don't mean to disparage any place that but I I'm working for but like the events for the graphic novel was <hes> not large at all <hes> way whatever you're thinking it was less than that <hes> <unk> but I wanted to do it and then <hes> you know there's a lot of stuff that needs to be paid off still in my life so I I do still sort sort of break even like the income that I make is not like oh she gets to keep all of it and also it was interesting because there was this article that came out about how my advance for the bad with money book was one hundred and fifty thousand dollars which yes but I then paid a publicist publicist a fact checker my lawyers my managers my agent then the money is split up so you get some some of it right when you start when you do the deal then a year later. I turned the book in an I got the next part of it and then a year your later when the book came out I got the next part of it and then when it comes out in like another reprint I'll get a little bit more money and then so on and so on so like that money gets gets doled out over years right so what I end up with is essentially like a pretty fine yearly salary. You know what you mean like. It's not like they've deposited one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in my account all at once which I think is what people think so. I basically am like if you work a job in your your salary is fifty thousand dollars a year. That's what mine is from this book. You know what I mean. I'm not like so like you see that and you're like. WHOA but I'm also like I'm not rich because of it. <hes> you know yeah. I mean just the bad with money book alone and I'm sure that's true in other forms with all the other projects. You're working on just such a good illustration of the fact that when people like your work they wanna feel like you're doing well because they wanna feel like people whose work they love who are at least visually according to their perception having success. They WanNa feel like that's enough because in a way it's sort of validates their taste. At least that's how I feel. I should say that personally. That's that's how I feel. It makes me feel like well. I I love this person's person's work and I see them having what I presume great success and so that in some way you know I get some of that shine on me in a weird way. I Yeah I mean I'm doing. I don't WanNa like me. Six years ago would be stoked for me now when I had like fifty dollars in my bank account and no retirement and like you know what I mean so like I it's interesting how quickly you adjust to your new life and then be you know and then be like well but I'm not <hes> I mean I'm I'm doing I would say I'm doing fine while something else that makes me think about in terms of that that fandom component and and what people maybe are thinking being. I think a big takeaway for me. Even in this conversation is to keep in mind the fact that when someone you love is doing amazing using things and it seems to you like they're doing more and more stuff because they're unsatisfied creatively because they want more money. It's not that it at all it's that they are pushing themselves to keep doing this kind of work and to do it really really well and thoughtfully and completely despite the fact that actually when you carve it all up they may not even be making that much money at the end of the day is actually a testament to the thing you really. I love about them rather than rather than them selling out or something like that you know what I mean yeah and also I think like cash up your favorite creator under five dollars but I mean like you know join their patriotic pay for their merge. If you really want to keep them going because like when people are like. Oh Ads ads I'm like okay. Sorry about the ad you want me to stop doing the show. I'll stop doing the show then like which is very defensive in petty but my last question is do you remember the immigration episode with Stephanie Beatrice. It was came out the day of the election and we recorded that intro now tro the night before and I was like well by the time you hear this. Hillary Clinton will be president and then the episode came out I do to do so. Can I tell you my end of that was so at the time was working at panoply which worked in the same office as slate and slate had planned this giant bash that night at the Bell House which is a big comedy venue you in Brooklyn Dr Williams was going to play and it was going to be this incredibly raucous celebration. I was furiously sitting in the office editing the episode so together and people were texting me. Pictures of Dr Williams playing and people were crying with joy at that point with joy because we had not the worm had not yet turned and I remember finally finishing the episode and getting a cab and rushing over to the bell house and I wasn't looking at my phone for. For whatever reason and I remember walking in and there were like fifteen people left and they were all sitting on the concrete floor and they had a live stream of the C._N._n.. Coverage on this big projection and you know the the the realization of inevitable doom was starting to settle title in and I remember standing there and thinking we are about this episode in this alternate future and the episode was about immigration. Yes and I don't even think at that point. We knew how often we did. We Oh my God. It's literally the it's like it's about immigration in and we're like don't worry guys. Hillary Clinton will be president like that. Episode is accursed episode anyway. There are so many episodes from the first season that I just hear them so differently now in light of what happened yeah we were hopeful. Yeah Yeah and that's another thing honestly that makes makes me feel really proud of the pivot that the show made because the moment dictated it. You can't really have a practical show about finances when we're living in the most impractical unreasonable illogical times we've ever been alive for and it's important aspect questions and I'm. I'm proud that the show has continued to do that..
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"First aired on August twenty fourth two thousand sixteen that's three whole years ago so much has changed since then so as we wrap up season four. I'm feeling very reflective and maybe exhausted but shockingly not defeated. 2016 feels like a lifetime ago for all of us. I'm sure both globally and politically and also personally I've gone through multiple relationships. I've moved twice. I have a dog. I have a retirement account. I turned thirty then I turned thirty one. Jesus US and plenty of you have asked rightfully as the seasons have gone on where I'm at with my personal finance journey. I definitely shared more of that. Explicitly during season one and slowly as the show got more broadly focused. I looked outward more so where am I now well. I started out knowing nothing nothing drowning in debt and full of shame fun over the past four seasons of bad with money. I've learned not just about money but about access injustice and about myself since the very first episode I've read many finance book.
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"Me, your host Gaby done. And this is bad with money. I often get feedback that this show is anxiety inducing, and I totally and completely get that it's not just because we're talking about money that's enough to make even the strongest stomach domain us feel queasy. It's because of the topics surrounding money that we also get into, for example. There's another subject that makes people I'd say equally as nervous, and that is death. So as a sadist I thought, why not combine them we've talked about death before on this show with Edin, drain your and Steve Baz loan who both spoke beautifully about the nightmare financial and bureaucratic aftermath of the deaths of their parents. But in both instances their parents were sick their deaths. Weren't a huge shock Chanel Reynolds story of unexpected loss is different. It's one of my worst exiled nightmares, and it's probably an existing nightmare for you too. Ten years ago. She was at a barbecue with her son, when she got the call the one that we all dread. Her husband Jose, a healthy man in his thirties had been hit by van wall on his bicycle after some time in the hospital in a coma Jose past and Chanel was left with her, stepdaughter, her son, and a whole life ahead of her that she thought.
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"Gordon is that it's moving relatively fast. But here in Biloxi, the next twenty four hours will carry threat of heavy rain storm surge flooding and tornadoes today was the first day of judge Brett Kavanagh's, President Trump supreme court Justice nominee confirmation hearing after hours of hearing from senators on the Senate Judiciary committee cavenaugh Gaby's opening statement, judge Brett Kavanagh's opening statement touched on a variety of topics. He thanked the president for the nomination his family for their support. And also described effort he's made to help women and minorities majority of my forty eight law clerks have been women more than a quarter of my law clerks have been minorities. Cavanaugh also thanked his mother who is also a judge. But in her twenties taught in. In predominantly black public schools
"Into it with michael hobbs michael is a reporter for offing and post and the co host of a podcast called you're wrong about this past december he wrote a piece for highline called generation screwed i mean life is objectively harder for us and we use in the tagline of the story that millennials are facing the scariest financial future of any generation since the great depression and i spent months asking communists like is this accurately are we allowed to say this in the article and they all said yes this is unequivocally true so in the peace you trace the the current financial moment back to some of the factors that led to it can you piece together some of the policy decisions or changes in government assistance practices or changes even in the way like people work and play the stock market that brought us here i think it's important to realize how constructed these political times that we're in really are when you look at something like student debt america's the only country that has student debt like this america's the only country where people are paying off their student debt into their forties and that is based on decisions that we have made and so when you start looking back into the history you really find a round the eighties is really the breaking point that is a time when three unrelated things happened so first of all the financial sector took over the economy where companies were expected to be as officials as possible and so we hear a lot about things like outsourcing to indonesia outsourcing to china but will companies really started doing in the nineteen eighties was outsourcing quote unquote to contractors so the people that clean your offices at night those used to be your employees now those are contracted out employee's and so the more you squeeze for efficiency the lower wages go the worse working conditions get and the more removed you get from the wellbeing of your workers and so that hyper officiency has translated into work that just is of lower quality than it was thirty or forty years ago you're less likely to have a pension you're less likely to get health insurance with your job you're less likely to get severance pay you're less likely to have any kind of career ladder upwards so work has gotten worse at the same time the safety net has really gone away and it's really this whole narrative personal responsibility but you've also talked about on the show that we started getting fan i know we this is just the greatest street what happened was it became this thing that the point of welfare wasn't to alleviate poverty anymore the point of welfare was to get people into work so more and more welfare programs started having these little eligibility criteria and asterisks next to them basically and so housing assistance kind of went away and cash payments scott harder to get and food stamps got her to get and just in this slow drip drip nickel and dime way there's fewer and fewer forms of welfare fetter available to people and so if anything goes wrong there's really nothing stopping that from completely spiraling into disaster so those are the first to depressing things the third depressing is that housing has gone insane that essentially american cities are not allowed to grow at this point and so if you look at all of the places in america we're now at we're a knowledge economy right most of us are sitting behind desks most of us are not growing things are working in factories the vast majority of the economy and yet all of the
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
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"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"Like is gaby like they'll be like is gaby gay and then someone underneath will be like yes shia they low rent nato not and then i'll be like what why does anybody ever say like i think so or i don't know or here's a link like yeah like confidence with with which people are like people make of hillary is life friend and it's not as uh what what people make up stories and i got tired of that and i think and maybe that's why like i did a onewoman show my senior year it and why you and i think maybe that it was that need to kind of inspire it but actually by the time that i had written that i started writing my book it felt less about that i felt like i had put a representation of myself out there and actually what i wanted to do was i wanted to write uh novels i thought about writing young adult novels because have always lived writing teenagers my amin my my little light 10minute play the got publish that was about college students and my and sheba was about teenagers uh and i grew up in a house with three older brothers they were all teenagers when i was growing up so i spent time just listening to these guys talk so that was really where we you know that was really something that i felt comfortable with it i liked and so i was like our came if you'll get in the way everybody's doing it you now and then and then iin it i had interest in people and people were like oh yeah why don't you write this and then eventually people were like actually a were more interested in you writing a memoir first yeah and i was like well i can do that because unlucky in that i i'm just happy when i'm writing yes i don't really care what it's about if it's about myself or it's about something else i'm just happy when i'm writing.
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"And i mean that i've i've never liked i've never liked when people pitied me but i've kind of gotten used to it i think and it's just like and when they say that i just have to be like like i in my head i'm just kinda leg whatever i have a happy life dna how fit again though i still get it like i a post mates and people were like someone was like wait aren't you from like buzzfeed her aren't yulia and i was like mortified so i like the idea of gawker writing an article being like former star gaby done whatever roche says a waiter is like i still am like louis unlike holding my are ya as yet totally well yeah but the thing is that like that's just the way that it is you know we're all kind of struggling actors now and that's and it's so it's definitely something i mean i it's it's it's definitely hard it's definitely hard in the simply hard to be you know to to kind of keep your dignity in this age and i nobody i it will bother you when you were working jobs sometimes yes sometimes or i'd get like a you look familiar you know i get things like that um and i worked a lot of nonprofit jobs uh because i i because i liked them aren't like that with nonprofit organisations i did get paid and people would and i think people would be like oh well she's obviously doing charity work for this and i'd be like now i'm on the payroll you know that i also people saying like an and this is the thing too because i walked away from like being a film actor because i walked away a rather i walked to i didn't walk away from acting sandwiches i walked away from like the actors life you know because if i like.
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"Well a bonus episode crazy everyone so excited okay so this is a bonus episode that we recorded with marwell thin um is amazing she's than actors that you might know from tilda or you i know her from buck horseman where she is incredible and she wrote an amazing book called wear my now i love margie's amazing uh she's a very good irl bloody so enjoy this we love the conversation with mara obviously but we just didn't know where it would fit in either season so we're going to give it to you guys just give it to you guys as a special bonus and also because mars awesome also i wanted to let you guys know that i gaby done m going on tore it starts september fifth he can get information about the tour at gaby and alison dot com g a b u y and the word and a l l i s o n dot com and there are toward it there for philly new york boston chicago minneapolis dallas and san francisco and la right now and also the reason we're going on tour is because on september fifth aarp welcome i hate everyone but you comes out and i had a room but you is a wii novel it's about two friends who go way to college and it's not very why actually because there's a lot of uh definite sex than stuff but it is also a great gift for anyone who is your best friend or anyone who is in college are going away to college.
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money With Gaby Dunn
"To the point which are already doing of course anc yale um i've also lay question realized a lot that you kind of have this idea that you can just like do all this stuff like i was like i'm going to go the peace corps i'm gonna do this and i was younger and now i'm just like its cool to sleep like sleep is cool it's lowery lauded cool to sleep because he on again i think there's this romantic vision of mental illness or it's like you're you're tired and you're hungry and you're making your best art and it's like you know this whole thing that people like hemingway would starve himself and then go to the louven it's like no he i like tend to do my better work when i can like think well muscle was not forget how hemingway died how rothco daido themselves i'd yeah they killed themselves so i don't want to kill myself of come close on i don't want to do a and the only way number one asleep you're so right about that so i used to have a radio show gaby and i had to stop it i couldn't handle the panic attacks simply couldn't so now podcasts have come think about it instead of having to go to a big radio station in a big studio look how you have modified your talents so that you can sleep maybe you want to be on saturday night live i know you had your chocolate cake company ha ha ha worked on my college sketch group plan your sketch group because we really can't live that college sketch or that saturday night live lie yeah we do better during the day because our circadian rhythms are all that matter.
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"To the point which are already doing of course thank yale um i've also lay question realized a lot that you can have this idea that you can just like do all this stuff like i was like i'm going to go the peace corps i'm gonna do this and i was younger and now i'm just like its quota to sleep like sleep is cool it's lower lot cool to sleep because he on again i think there's this romantic vision of mental illness or it's like you're you're tired and you're hungry and you're making your best art and it's like you know this whole thing that people like hemingway would starve himself and then go to the leuven it's like no he i like tend to do my better work when i can like think well muscle was not forget how hemingway died how rothco died themselves i'd yeah they killed themselves so i don't want to kill myself of come close and i don't want to do a and the only way number one asleep you're so right about that so i used to have a radio show gaby and i had to stop it i couldn't handle the panic attacks simply couldn't so now podcasts have come think about it instead of having to go to a big radio station in a big studio look how you have modified your talents so that you can sleep maybe you want to be on saturday night live i know you had your chocolate cake company ha ha ha worked on my college sketch group plan your sketch group because we really can't live that college sketch or that saturday night live lie yeah we do better during the day because our circadian rhythms are all that matter.
"gaby" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn
"Dillon gaby done here with an episode called what if you're fact for a country that really is welcome everybody to the second to last episode of season two of bad with money many of the topics we've covered on the show this season came from emails you sent me would you could do any time by the way at bad with money and dot com and while those messages prompted me to want to tackle big issues like student debt medical bills and money and politics perhaps the biggest theme that emerged from your emails was this overwhelming sense of helplessness to put it bluntly a lotta you feel like you're fox and listen i know high feel i'm in a much better place than i used to be but i will never forget the horrible feeling of waking up every morning and being trapped under a mountain i hope that one of the things you've taken away from this show is the fact that there are ways out from under the mountain and in a lot of cases just talking about the fact that the mountain exists is the first and most important step on today's episode though we're going to talk about some situations where it really is possible to get trapped specifically freelancing identity theft mental illness and the criminal justice system these aren't the only bottomless pits you can fall into of course but they're the ones that i hear from listeners about most frequently and in a season where we've tried to focus a little bit more on practical solutions i think it's important to stop and remember that those don't exist for everyone so i think we're going to meet mongil martin and author and editor whose brave the freelance writing wilderness and lived to tell the tale.