A young Iranian woman referred to as "Neda," meaning "the call" or "the voice" was shot to death on Saturday while reportedly attending a protest with her father in Iran. She has emerged as a rallying symbol for Iranians opposed to President Mahoud Ahmadinejad.
So I drive back and forth from MN to Chicago frequently, which takes about 6-8 hours depending on traffic. About an hour into WI, the radio turns into religious music and country (both of which I can listen to for about two seconds). This means I end up listening to NPR for about 5 hours each way. Which I love, because I worship NPR, but it also can make me very solemn, sad, pensive, outraged and bitter, concerned and motivated. Yet this isn’t a review of NPR… On … more
I am new to LUNCH and have yet to quite figure out the "rating" system for reviews such as the above. The Documentary is incredible and should be viewed by everyone who has cable or a friend with cable. Hence the '+5.' The actuall shooting & death of Neda, the person, deserves the lowest score ever possible, IMO.