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Harry Lime

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by bobobi11, Sep 7, 2001.

  1. bobobi11

    bobobi11 Elite Member

    Joined: Dec 15, 2000 Messages: 2,807 Likes Received: 1
    Has anyone in the NW ever seen this guy? I am flipping through the channels last night and land on community access. Apparently this guy has been on the air since 94, every month at 10pm on the first Thursday.

    Last night he was smoking pot with his co-host out of a big hooka and playing a necrophelia movie in the background. At first you are thinking what the hell? Then after a few minutes you realize he is really not a sick as he first appears. This shit is mad funny. Check out the web site.
  2. timjordan

    timjordan New Jack

    Joined: Sep 8, 2001 Messages: 1 Likes Received: 0
    Dear Bobobill:

    Yes, I've seen The Harry Lime show since it began back in 1994. Most of
    it is pretty juvenile and stupid. The one redeeming factor of the
    program is the fact that Harry pulled off a hoax here in Portland last
    February that made the local media believe that a nuclear power plant
    was going to be built in Astoria, Oregon. Building plants has been
    illegal in Oregon since 1981. If you're interested the website is http://www.pacnec.org. Harry was interviewed by Lars Larson of KXL for
    about thirty minutes talking about the proposed plant. Larson, who's
    pretty dense generally, bought the hoax hook, line, and sinker. After
    the prank was revealed, Larson claimed that he broke the hoax. The nuke
    plant story was covered by most of the news stations in town, and by The
    Associated Press nationally