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Bad With Money With Gaby Dunn

Gaby Dunn

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Bad With Money With Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money With Gaby Dunn

Gaby Dunn

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Feelings, finance, and the f*cking system. Comedian and New York Times best-selling author Gaby Dunn (aka America’s Deadbeat Sweetheart) unapologetically examines the intersection of finances and social justice. Every week, Gaby brings a queer, feminist, unabashedly radical point of view to conversations with journalists, politicians, activists, and fellow deadbeats.

Latest Episodes

What If You Live Nowhere? #VanLife

What if the answer isn’t choosing where to live, but rather choosing to live nowhere? Gaby speaks to Rachel Wilson and Natalie Frizza, two members of Australia’s nomad community -- people who have chosen to live and raise kids in converted campers, vans and buses. Gaby explores what that daily life looks like, the cost of living and who tends to be able to experience that lifestyle. (Hint: White people, mostly.) Then, she talks to Melody Warnick, author of This Is Where You Belong: Finding Home Wherever You Are about the concept of “home.”Trigger Warning: Brief misophonia around 31 minutes in. (Sorry! It’s short!) Rachel Wilson -Youtube.com/c/charlierachel Natalie Frizza - Instagram.com/nataliethenudie/

54 MIN4 d ago
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What If You Live Nowhere? #VanLife

Faith & Money (Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism)

Gaby invites a Tibetan Buddhist monk to be on his very first podcast! Gyaltsen Chopel discusses how Buddhism functions to deprioritize money altogether -- and his work as a caretaker who handles day-to-day expenses and donations made to a Buddhisttemple in Los Angeles.It’s not the conversation you’d expect from a monk!Then, Gaby calls India to speak to assistant professor of Hindu Studies, Dheepa Sundaram, about how Hindu culture views community, money, technology and wealth.

47 MIN1 w ago
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Faith & Money (Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism)

Have A Lucky New Year!

In the Philippines, kids jump at midnight to get taller. In Romania, you should pay off all your debt to ensure good fortune in the New Year. Join Gaby as she digs into New Year’s Eve superstitions -- and money superstitions -- with Philippines based writer Katrina Escalona and Romanian studies lecturer Julieta Paulesc. Come on, it can’t hurt to be a little superstitious in 2020! We need all the luck we can get!

44 MIN2 w ago
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Have A Lucky New Year!

Gifting Money: Why We Give And Get $$$

Did you get money as a gift this year? Bet you're not alone. In this episode, Gaby explores the deeper cultural significance behind gifting money during celebrations. First, she calls up her dad, Marc Dunn, to talk through some of their own family traditions. Like, why do the Jews give money in multiples of 18? Then, she speaks with Kole Ade Odutola, a Nigerian-born professor at the University of Florida, about the economy of affection, spraying money on a bride and groom during weddings and how to understand your own value when leaving your home country.

44 MIN3 w ago
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Gifting Money: Why We Give And Get $$$

What Work Looks Like: The Netherlands Versus South Korea

Gaby explores work-life balance in The Netherlands, which has some of the world's shortest work hours, and in South Korea, which has some of the longest. First, she speaks with expat Jovi Paredes about theemphasis on vacation and mental health resources in The Netherlands. Then she talks with LA Times Seoul correspondent Victoria Kim about the persistant boss-employee hierarchy and emphasis on constant work in South Korea. This episode is all about work, work, work, work, work, work.

47 MIN2019 DEC 18
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What Work Looks Like: The Netherlands Versus South Korea

Should I Hate Germany?

As the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor, Gaby explores her extremely complicated feelings about Germany.In order to take a modern look the country and consider whether she could live there today, she speaks to Berlin-based journalist Jill Petzinger about the German preference for paying in cash and distaste for debt. Then she chats with American expat Dana Newman about coming to terms with Germany’s dark past.And finally, Gaby listens to an old conversation with her late grandmother about her experiences in Nazi-occupied Europe. TW: anti-semitism, Holocaust and allusion to sexual assault This episode is sponsored by State Farm (www.statefarm.com) and Worthy (www.worthy.com/bad)

54 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Should I Hate Germany?

The Happiest Countries On Earth

Gaby explores the places that always top the “Happiest Countries on Earth” lists. First, she chats with writer and friend Kate Jones, a queer Vietnamese comedian who lives in Switzerland about the country’s pros (high salaries, social safety nets, beautiful scenery) and cons (racism, homophobia). Then, Gaby calls up Helsinki Bloomberg News Bureau Chief Kati Pohjanpalo to talk about money and modesty in Finland, the Finnish perception of America and why Finland is the happiest country on Earth. This episode is sponsored by State Farm (www.statefarm.com) and Worthy (www.worthy.com/bad).

46 MIN2019 DEC 4
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The Happiest Countries On Earth

Why Are Only White Guys Obsessed With The Penny?

Before Gaby searches abroad for a new place to live, she first wants to understand the whys of currency. Specifically, the whys of anAmerican coin she has a real problem with: The penny. Gaby deviates from her “no straight cis white men guests” rule to talk about hating the penny with New York Times reporter Binyamin Appelbaum. Then, she gets into the general inaccessibility of American money with blind filmmaker James Rath. When it comes to cost and to disability, U.S. dollars and coins need a serious update. This episode is sponsored by State Farm (www.statefarm.com) and Worthy (www.worthy.com/bad).

26 MIN2019 NOV 27
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Why Are Only White Guys Obsessed With The Penny?

Bad with Money Goes International!

We’re back and this time, Bad With Money is going international! In season 5, we're breaking down what money means around the world! Meanwhile,Gaby seriously considers whether she wants to build a new life abroad.Would she be happier and less financially stressed living in another country? In this premiere episode, we dig into the meaning of money in the U.S. with sociologist Dr.Viviana Zelizerand some of Gaby's American friends. Then, we hear voicemails from international listeners and chat with a fan from the U.K. about her perceptions of America. Do all Americans just want to be rich?! This episode is sponsored by Policygenius (www.policygenius.com).

27 MIN2019 NOV 20
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Bad with Money Goes International!

Bonjour, Fellow Deadbeats!

Gaby is back!Season 5 of Bad with Money returns November 20. This time, we're looking at what money means in America and around the world. We'll get the real scoop from foreign correspondentsand ordinary folks who'vestarted their lives over in othercountries. Anyone else ready to have their mind blown?

3 MIN2019 NOV 13
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Bonjour, Fellow Deadbeats!

Latest Episodes

What If You Live Nowhere? #VanLife

What if the answer isn’t choosing where to live, but rather choosing to live nowhere? Gaby speaks to Rachel Wilson and Natalie Frizza, two members of Australia’s nomad community -- people who have chosen to live and raise kids in converted campers, vans and buses. Gaby explores what that daily life looks like, the cost of living and who tends to be able to experience that lifestyle. (Hint: White people, mostly.) Then, she talks to Melody Warnick, author of This Is Where You Belong: Finding Home Wherever You Are about the concept of “home.”Trigger Warning: Brief misophonia around 31 minutes in. (Sorry! It’s short!) Rachel Wilson -Youtube.com/c/charlierachel Natalie Frizza - Instagram.com/nataliethenudie/

54 MIN4 d ago
Comments
What If You Live Nowhere? #VanLife

Faith & Money (Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism)

Gaby invites a Tibetan Buddhist monk to be on his very first podcast! Gyaltsen Chopel discusses how Buddhism functions to deprioritize money altogether -- and his work as a caretaker who handles day-to-day expenses and donations made to a Buddhisttemple in Los Angeles.It’s not the conversation you’d expect from a monk!Then, Gaby calls India to speak to assistant professor of Hindu Studies, Dheepa Sundaram, about how Hindu culture views community, money, technology and wealth.

47 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Faith & Money (Tibetan Buddhism and Hinduism)

Have A Lucky New Year!

In the Philippines, kids jump at midnight to get taller. In Romania, you should pay off all your debt to ensure good fortune in the New Year. Join Gaby as she digs into New Year’s Eve superstitions -- and money superstitions -- with Philippines based writer Katrina Escalona and Romanian studies lecturer Julieta Paulesc. Come on, it can’t hurt to be a little superstitious in 2020! We need all the luck we can get!

44 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Have A Lucky New Year!

Gifting Money: Why We Give And Get $$$

Did you get money as a gift this year? Bet you're not alone. In this episode, Gaby explores the deeper cultural significance behind gifting money during celebrations. First, she calls up her dad, Marc Dunn, to talk through some of their own family traditions. Like, why do the Jews give money in multiples of 18? Then, she speaks with Kole Ade Odutola, a Nigerian-born professor at the University of Florida, about the economy of affection, spraying money on a bride and groom during weddings and how to understand your own value when leaving your home country.

44 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Gifting Money: Why We Give And Get $$$

What Work Looks Like: The Netherlands Versus South Korea

Gaby explores work-life balance in The Netherlands, which has some of the world's shortest work hours, and in South Korea, which has some of the longest. First, she speaks with expat Jovi Paredes about theemphasis on vacation and mental health resources in The Netherlands. Then she talks with LA Times Seoul correspondent Victoria Kim about the persistant boss-employee hierarchy and emphasis on constant work in South Korea. This episode is all about work, work, work, work, work, work.

47 MIN2019 DEC 18
Comments
What Work Looks Like: The Netherlands Versus South Korea

Should I Hate Germany?

As the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor, Gaby explores her extremely complicated feelings about Germany.In order to take a modern look the country and consider whether she could live there today, she speaks to Berlin-based journalist Jill Petzinger about the German preference for paying in cash and distaste for debt. Then she chats with American expat Dana Newman about coming to terms with Germany’s dark past.And finally, Gaby listens to an old conversation with her late grandmother about her experiences in Nazi-occupied Europe. TW: anti-semitism, Holocaust and allusion to sexual assault This episode is sponsored by State Farm (www.statefarm.com) and Worthy (www.worthy.com/bad)

54 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Should I Hate Germany?

The Happiest Countries On Earth

Gaby explores the places that always top the “Happiest Countries on Earth” lists. First, she chats with writer and friend Kate Jones, a queer Vietnamese comedian who lives in Switzerland about the country’s pros (high salaries, social safety nets, beautiful scenery) and cons (racism, homophobia). Then, Gaby calls up Helsinki Bloomberg News Bureau Chief Kati Pohjanpalo to talk about money and modesty in Finland, the Finnish perception of America and why Finland is the happiest country on Earth. This episode is sponsored by State Farm (www.statefarm.com) and Worthy (www.worthy.com/bad).

46 MIN2019 DEC 4
Comments
The Happiest Countries On Earth

Why Are Only White Guys Obsessed With The Penny?

Before Gaby searches abroad for a new place to live, she first wants to understand the whys of currency. Specifically, the whys of anAmerican coin she has a real problem with: The penny. Gaby deviates from her “no straight cis white men guests” rule to talk about hating the penny with New York Times reporter Binyamin Appelbaum. Then, she gets into the general inaccessibility of American money with blind filmmaker James Rath. When it comes to cost and to disability, U.S. dollars and coins need a serious update. This episode is sponsored by State Farm (www.statefarm.com) and Worthy (www.worthy.com/bad).

26 MIN2019 NOV 27
Comments
Why Are Only White Guys Obsessed With The Penny?

Bad with Money Goes International!

We’re back and this time, Bad With Money is going international! In season 5, we're breaking down what money means around the world! Meanwhile,Gaby seriously considers whether she wants to build a new life abroad.Would she be happier and less financially stressed living in another country? In this premiere episode, we dig into the meaning of money in the U.S. with sociologist Dr.Viviana Zelizerand some of Gaby's American friends. Then, we hear voicemails from international listeners and chat with a fan from the U.K. about her perceptions of America. Do all Americans just want to be rich?! This episode is sponsored by Policygenius (www.policygenius.com).

27 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
Bad with Money Goes International!

Bonjour, Fellow Deadbeats!

Gaby is back!Season 5 of Bad with Money returns November 20. This time, we're looking at what money means in America and around the world. We'll get the real scoop from foreign correspondentsand ordinary folks who'vestarted their lives over in othercountries. Anyone else ready to have their mind blown?

3 MIN2019 NOV 13
Comments
Bonjour, Fellow Deadbeats!
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