Brandi discusses everything going on in her life right now including how she's having doubts about her career choices, and while she does Joe struggles to open a wine bottle (to hear his entire epic journey listen to the end of the episode). She then talks about her dating life which leads to Joe and Brandi discussing how their friendship has changed as a result. They then go into what they're into which leads to more talk about dating, and finally they get into the first three chapters of Ecclesiastes and how it compares to Albert Camus' The Myth of Sisyphus.
Joe intros the episode this week with some exciting news about the next few episodes, then in the episode proper Brandi discusses how she spent her week working on a project, Joe laments insurance paper work, they both discuss what they've been into this week and finally get into the topic of clinical depression. This episode is very emotional and honest and Joe ends up revealing something pretty dark about himself. Anyway... ENJOY!!!
Brandi talks about how busy she's been lately as well as discusses her dating life, Joe talks about how he's convinced himself he'll end up alone, they then discuss what they've been into, and finally get into the topic of tattoos.
Joe and Brandi discuss what's going on in thier lives this week, including Joe's interesting experience on the train (I might not know what the definition of the word "interesting" is), how he can't figure out whether people are trying to talk to him or not, Brandi talks about how much she loves frozen yogurt, and then they both discuss tolerance.
Joe and Brandi had a rough go at it this week as Joe was alittle out of it and Brandi was still sick, but they got throughdiscussing what they're into this week as well as a long discussionabout how prayer works, whether God listens to prayer and thenlament about how we have absolutely no answers foranything.