Tom Salerno sits down with Joe and talks about his unique Millennial life. Tom has professionally accomplished and had to personally deal with a lot more than the normal 23-year-old. He talks about taking some time off from college after only completing one semester at Rutgers University to take care of his father who was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Also, Tom talks about being the youngest person ever to be elected to the Pequannock Township school district’s Board of Education. Lastly, Tom offers his hopes for the future. Also, Mostafa Elhaggar returns to continue the conversation about the sexual and romantic bias against overweight people.
Vanessa Tropona sits down with Joe and talks about her unique Millennial life. This is really the first face to face conversation that Vanessa and Joe have ever had; however, they still have their history. Before getting into more broad conversation, they attempt to resolve conflict that they had in middle school and high school. After that, Vanessa talks about a book she is hoping to write about her personal experiences involving her frustration with the societal romantic bias against people who are overweight. Lastly, Vanessa offers her hopes for the future.