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Payday

Prisoners Talk About How They Make and Waste Money on the Inside

"My mate books escorts and then I ring him at the brothel. I’ll listen as he fucks them how I want."
Mahmood Fazal
21 hours ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

For MoviePass, Losing Money Was the Plan All Along

On this episode, we discuss the company's controversial business plan, and what it actually does with your data.
VICE Staff
6.15.18
Payday
Payday

At Underearners Anonymous, Being Broke Is a 'Disease'

According to this 12-step programme, having no money is basically a personal failing.
Sofia Barrett-Ibarria
6.15.18
money
money

People Can't Pay Rent, Debt Is Insane, and the Economy Is Somehow 'Great'

Decades of the US government helping the rich are coming home to roost.
Matt Taylor
6.14.18
Payday
Payday

How to Be an Artist Without Being Poor as Hell

Melbourne sculptor Mathieu Briand on the secret to pulling in five figures a month.
Sam Nichols
6.14.18
Views My Own
Views My Own

Amazon Is Too Big to Tax and It's Terrifying

The mega corporation led by the richest man in the world is flexing its political muscle more than ever. You should be worried.
Matt Taylor
6.13.18
hard time
hard time

We Asked Prisoners How They Would Blow Lottery Winnings

The criminal lifestyle is fuelled by one motivator: money.
Mahmood Fazal
6.13.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Some Potheads Allegedly Blazed Up in a Restaurant and Walked Out on a $420 Bill

In what is probably the most stoner crime of all time.
Drew Schwartz
6.9.18
family
family

How Old Is Too Old to Live With Your Parents?

The question that's launched a thousand Reddit threads.
Allie Conti
6.6.18
Work
Work

Your Job Doesn't Matter

According to David Graeber, we should be excited for robots to take our bullshit jobs.
Eric Allen Been
6.5.18
money
money

We Asked Gen Z About Their Spending Habits

“It always comes back to food.”
Rebecca Gao
5.30.18
money
money

The Radical Economics of Lending Your Friends Money

Lending circles have allowed poor people to pool resources in cultures around the world. So why aren't they more used in the US?
Dakota Kim
5.30.18