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Thomas J. King is the founder and CEO of Steviva Brands Inc., one of the largest importers, manufacturers, and distributors of natural sweeteners. A self-described "bio hacker," he has made it his life's work to study food science and use his knowledge to help people eat healthier, avoid harmful sugars, and maintain diet and exercise habits that defeat metabolic disease. His company, based in Portland, Oregon, derives its name from stevia, the South American plant extract that is calorie-free yet three hundred times sweeter than sugar and does not contribute to the combination of maladies that Thom calls "diabesity."

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Norman Pardo became the manager of OJ Simpson in 1999. Over the decade plus he has collected over 70 hours of footage of OJ along with becoming the clearing house for all things related to the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. He released this in a documentary "Who Killed Nicole" which we discuss here.

 

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Dave Frees is an attorney with a background in communication, persuasion, and influence. He comes by this naturally and developed the skills as a child. This is the latest of multiple interviews. 

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BA Crisp was raised by her loving grandfather as a young child. He had been a electrical engineering subcontractor for the largest nuclear reactor testing site on the planet. Crisp inherited his curiosity for electricity, science fiction and the supernatural from her grandfather. She was removed from her grandfather's care by the county authorities, by the age of six. The authorities mistakenly considered his cigars, scotch and philosophy as too inappropriate for child rearing.

BA Crisp would grow up as a ward of the court and become a foster child. Reading books and keeping journals as a form of escape. Until her “father” was awarded sole custody of his child. During the late 1970’s, they moved to a remote Ohio farm. As time passed new DNA tests revealed that the man she always thought of as her ‘dad’, was clearly not. Once again BA Crisp was thrust back into the juvenile court system. She was also labeled as unruly. Social workers discovered she had been a victim of human trafficking (back then it was still considered willful participation).

It is little wonder that she graduated from high school with a low C average. Crisp spent the next few years floundering her way through a series of misaligned relationships, bars and bad decisions. Until one evening a former friend of her grandfather's ended up paying a visit to a strip club, where she had been working as a dancer. With his guidance and support, she applied to Ursuline College and also graduated Summa cum Laude.

BA Crisp got her master’s degree from The George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management as co-valedictorian. She studied at London School of Journalism before heading to Exeter College at Oxford University. Where she matriculated from the International Summer Students’ Writing Program.

Crisp also worked as a Psychiatric Assessment Specialist for a large Cleveland based hospital in its mental health facility. The facility primarily dealt with the ‘criminally insane.’ Yet she also had a gift for working with troubled adolescents. BA Crisp eventually built a career as a governmental consultant and as an anti-human trafficking advocate.

 

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