However, reporters are questioning Voohries’ response. They described her answers as abnormal and said she used unusually long pauses.
“Well you know, people want to express themselves and … you know, they will do so at free random," Voorhies said. “The particular trade editorial and I are not in agreement. However, it’s so far left from what was actually atrast or brought about.”
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