In Japan, AC 360 starts at 12:00p.m., so I have to turn my PC on for recording before I leave for work. At about 12:00, I was teaching in my class. I caught a glimpse of the clock. I remembered something.
I forgot to turn on my PC!
I couldn't stay calm in my class!
A few hours later, I checked AC360 transcript and found that Anderson reported for today's show, and that CNNj was going to air the program again. I stole a little moment and called my mom asking to turn on my PC. Phew! I barely made it!
I liked today's show. Here's a very quick review of some of the stories that interested me.
Interview with Al-rubaie
I know every interview Anderson does is brilliant, but today's one was excellent. It seemed that AC didn't like capital punishment, and he was trying to figure out how people were feeling about Hussein hanging and that cellphone video of Hussein's last minutes. (Speaking of this issue, I watched Jeanne Moos's "Hussein hanging: To look or not?" via CNN.com video, and found it interesting. Without doubt, I am the one that decided not to look.)
I was moved to hear this man's courageous act. At the end of the report, he said, "life is worth saving," which made me smile a warm smile, and so did to Anderson. I believe that was the very moment that every viewer from all around the world shared the same warm hearted feeling.
As a Japanese, I got more and more ashamed when shown that video. Don't show us again and again! That song has gotten my ear worm!! But I enjoyed Anderson having a good time watching that CM. Then I shouldn't have posted these pictures? Too weird!!