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Tuesday
Jul192011

ASK FOR IT BY NAME - HENRY ZEBROWSKI FOR NCAA FOOTBALL 12

Comedian Bill Hicks once sounded his barbaric yawp over the rooftops of the world: "Play from your fucking heart!" which is pretty much the only thing you can ever truly ask of an artist or performer, regardless of their discipline. So here we have Mr. Henry Zebrowski, carrier of the elusive, yet alluring, X-factor gene, which makes people want to watch every Goddamn thing he does. I have been a fan of Mr. Zebrowski's for some time, and I challenge anyone within earshot to refute his play-from-the-heart performance ethic. Though to be fair, it is something that permeates the entire sketch-comedy troupe Murderfist, to which he belongs. Also, he's a helluva nice guy. Good on you, Henry. (Via The PIT) --K.H.

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