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How to be a Bitcoin Baller

I don't know about you, but my knowledge of bitcoin is based solely on memes. This week, I sought to change that by inviting blockchain enthusiast, @CryptoCabra to speak on the show. He teaches me about the origins of bitcoin and blockchain technology, how this technology can disrupt society as we know it, and inspires me to create my own crypto currency to scam some nerds. His dog also barks a little and chews a squeak toy but only for few seconds, so ignore that.


Stop Being Basic

On a special crossover episode of Stuff I Don't Like, I'm joined by my friend Catie, host of the dating podcast Swipe Right. I try to convince her that first dates should never be at a restaurant or a bar...even thought that's what 99.9% of humans chose to do. But if all your friends jumped off a cliff would you do it too?


Patriarchy and Chill

On this episode of Stuff I Don't Like, I'm joined by my friend Blanca to discuss how men are negatively affected by the patriarchy...ya heard right, I said men! Not only do we review the fabulous bell hooks book, "The Will to Change: Men, Masculinity, and Love," we also talk about dating, self-improvement and what we all can do to help the men in our lives be open to love. To read the books we reference in this episode, please check out these links:...


The Revolution Will Be Podcasted feat. Julisa and Tony Tig

On this week's episode, I'm joined by siblings Julisa and Tony Tig for part 2 of their interview. If you haven't listened to Part 1 yet, please do check out last weeks episode! In this hella #woke episode, the conversation veers from Hip Hop to activism. We discuss the a wide range of topics from the 2016 election, to financial literacy, all with lots of inappropriate jokes and laughter.


Hip Hop Is (Not) Dead feat. Julisa and Tony Tig

On this week's episode, I'm joined by siblings Julisa and Tony Tig. As the founder of her own hip hop magazine, Julisa has had the opportunity to interview artists like Kendrick Lamar, and as a rapper, she's racked up thousands of views for her dope tracks. Her equally talented brother brother Tony Tig went viral back in 2016 for his hip hop song, "Feel the Bern," in support of presidential nominee Bernie Sanders. I had so much fun talking to these two and I gathered lots and lots of...


The Paradox of Power

New episode of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast featuring the lovely and brilliant Kamilah Willingham, a noted activist and speaker who was featured in the Emmy-nominated documentary "The Hunting Ground." We discuss the nature of power in America and why our culture generally celebrates asshole antics like fear-mongering, backstabbing, and p*ssy-grabbing...


Money Moves

On this week's episode of the Stuff I Don't Like Podcast, I interview Event Producer, Andrea Miller live from the Ford Theatre in Hollywood. Andrea has organized concerts featuring musical talents like Chloe x Halle all while dodging micro-aggressions, haters and potential #metoo situations. Together we discuss how to overcome internal biases, why inspirational Pinterest quotes are annoying af, and why you should produce your own content instead of waiting for someone else to give you a job.


Peace Out, 2017

A short little NYE greeting for all the listeners! Please subscribe, rate and review to hear fresh new episodes in 2018. Wishing everyone a safe and happy New Year!


Must Hate Dogs

On a new episode of Stuff I Don't Like, I interview Daniel, a graphic designer from Zimbabwe who loves everything about living in America...except our obsession with pampering dogs. His woes include being forcibly licked by a four-legged fleabag, being accosted my dog moms while going for an afternoon stroll, and getting his boujee outfits covered in fur. Listen to hear he made the ultimate compromise for his pooch-loving fiancee.


This Could Be Me But I'm Playing

On this episode of "STUFF I DON'T LIKE" (new title, same content), I discuss #goals NYE and why we are often our own biggest obstacle. Get out of your own way, and make no excuses for 2018. Or spend the entire year Netflix and chillin' with your 18-year-old cat, I don't judge.


This Is Not a Safe Space

On this week's episode, I'm joined by my friend Gary, a Buzzfeed featured comedian (and recently featured lust object on @hotdudesreading IG) to discuss political correctness, #triggerwarnings, the downfall of Louis CK and whether some jokes are off limits. If you hate anything he has to say, direct angry hashtags @ him not @ me =)


For the #Culture

On this week's episode of "Shit I Don't Like," Fashion Merchandiser/Designer Liz joins me to discuss everyone's favorite trigger...cultural appropriation! No one is spared from Marc Jacobs, to blackface lovers...surprisingly, Kim Kardashian gets a pass...well, sorta.



On this episode, I interview the most special guest star on mom! We discuss why old people like to blame millennials for everything from disrupting the housing market, to the falling sales of napkins (seriously). I also ambush a cohort of random millenials and ask them why they suck so much.


The Casting Couch

On this episode of Shit I Don't Like with Rae and Friends, my friend Salpy joins me to discuss the downfall of Hollywood shithead, Harvey Weinstein. Instead of focusing on him and his personal fuckery, we chose to break down the power structure that allows perpetrators like him to exist and get away with their misdeeds without anyone seeming to care, even when the truth is glaringly obvious.


Swipe Left

On this week's special crossover episode of Shit I Don't Like with Rae and Friends, my friend Catie, host of the dating podcast Swipe Right joins me. I propose the hypothesis that dating apps are trash, while Catie's all very scientific. We are joined by #wokebae Dinah, a dating app veteran who is amazingly smart and surprisingly single, and we also randomly ambush our co-workers for their opinions on dating app life.


Hella Racist

Shit I Don't Like with Rae and Friends is a podcast where I discuss societal ills, historical dilemmas, and current trigger-inducing topics with an array of guests in a light-hearted and conversational tone. If you're easily offended, this probably isn't for you. But if you don't like alot of shit either, you may have found the right place... In the first episode I discuss why Issa Rae's "controversial" comments at the 2017 Emmy's cannot be automatically labeled as racist with my guests Mo...