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Monday, August 24, 2020


Clayton Voegtle

The author makes a bold statement that there was a gross misrepresentation and never gives any infomation to back up said claim. If the results of a study were dramatically different why doesn't the author give the results. It makes it seem like the author is giving fake facts because he gives none to support his statement.

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