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Byron Harris, You Were Dead On

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In a 2004 Rolling Stone profile of Bill O'Reilly, his former WFAA-TV colleague Byron Harris described the Fox-y one as "particularly dishonest, obnoxious, self-centered." Really? No idea. Certainly can't tell from this NSFW Inside Edition clip, making the Interwebs rounds this a.m. And I've seen this before -- on an old videotape belonging to a former O'Reilly colleague who lives in the DFW. I ain't saying he's the one who provided the footage, but I'd like to think he did. --Robert Wilonsky

Update: The YouTube link's dead. But that doesn't mean you can't see the video, right now.

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