Options Why Oh Why? with Andrea Silenzi: Playlist from May 21, 2014 Options

Andrea Silenzi speaks with friends, experts, guys in bars, and her own Grandma Phyllis about where love and sex meets technology.

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Options May 21, 2014: #24 - How I Fell in Love with an El Salvadoran Gangster from the Pasta Station
Lina interviews her friend Andrea (another Andrea) about her relationship with an El Salvadoran gangster.

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Listener comments!

  7:01pm Robert:

Why, oh why, did I never before realize the reason for the snarkiness in many of the comments Ange gets: the lead-in. We're in a certain mood after 7SD.
Avatar 7:02pm Callieflower:

Among other things
Avatar 7:08pm Ange:

Just to remind you guys - I ask that you be respectful of my guests and me. Bullies get censored and blocked during this show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:14pm CockTails42:

it would be illuminating to hear perspectives from young women who are from immigrant families….interesting to find out which of their outlooks/concerns are similar and or different from the mostly non-immigrant women portrayed on this show...
  7:30pm JakeGould:

There were bullies? Here?
  7:31pm sara:

bad time for a cliffhanger, but yeah don't get fines
Avatar 7:33pm Ange:

Yeah, I was askared of another curse word sneaking in there. Can't risk it.
  7:33pm JakeGould:

Can the gang guy from the call deal with Randy, plz?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 7:38pm coelacanth:

i left the room during the interview because it was ,well, a common story...Now i come back and randy's here.
...sorry,but,i'm out.
  7:41pm Marmalade Kitty:

Randy is tripping!
  7:42pm JakeGould:

Randy is ridiculous in a not good way. Bye.
Avatar 7:43pm Callieflower:

The podcast often has better material than the radio show ;)
  12:46am Robert:

I had to leave and am almost finished listening to the archive now. Are you saying that half of the show didn't air, and instead you had something with Randy instead?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:21pm Greg from Bloomfield:

That was amazing. Amazing and horrifying.
  2:20am Doodad:

Oh God ANOTHER poor-little-rich-girl story, more exoticization and titillated demonization of working class men...at least the rampant snobbery is becoming explicit and self aware rather than just implicit...
  9:36am Erin O'Rourke:

Andrea!! I just discovered the show a few months ago and I'm slightly obsessed. I've been working through them, and this one just made me so sad. I wish there had been a disclaimer or something of the sort. Yes, no doubt about it, the guy was bad - alcoholism, lying cheating, drug addiction, being part of a gang, the stalking... but the condescension over his lack of opportunities?? His education level?? His illegal status, without any sort of thought to the context of his life in El Salvador? I'm hoping I understood her wrong when she said someone of her higher class socioeconomic background would not stalk her for 7 years. Really?? So much for her grasp of social justice.

On a more positive note, I love the show and you have a dedicated listener. Thank you!!
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