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May 22, 2012

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Camilia was 6 during the revolution and hasn't set foot in Iran for years yet she declares -- without any justification -- that the Shah is "more popular than ever."
You just have to laugh. Really! Man, just get over it already.

The sight of tin city and women in chadors with babes in their arms begging for chump change back in '75 are sights I'll never forget. There was a moving sea of unwashed, destitute humanity roaming the streets in great tides that seemed to ebb and flow, ebb and flow, every day.

They certainly were not good old days for them.

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