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Newsweek’s Maziar Bahari got in hot water with Iranian authorities when he gave a dead-pan comic interview to Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones. Fresh out of an Iranian jail, Bahari appeared on the Daily Show last night to discuss his experiences in the hands of the Revolutionary Guard. “It was stupid and funny at the same time,” Bahari says. His interrogator, who was fascinated with a paradise on earth known as New Jersey, offered assurances such as, “We treat our prisoners much more humanely than the Americans.” Bahari also discusses the way the Revolutionary Guard is tightening its control on Iranian society:
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Read Bahari’s grueling account of his experience inside of Tehran’s notorious Evin prison in Newsweek.
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The earth once had three moons; the two lost moons may have crashed into the surviving moon, or been sucked into the sun, or flung out of the solar system to drift through deep space.
In Florida, an 87-year-old World War II veteran flying touch-and-go drills in a Cessna collided with an airborne skydiver. “There was a ‘woof’ sound,” said a witness, “like falling on your face into your pillow.”
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“American politics has often been an arena for angry minds.”