10 Questions Interview - How's My Driving / by Prewitt Scott-Jackson

Welcome to FWN's 10 Questions Interview. We are honored to have our friends from How's My Driving join us today.

Party it up with HMD next weekend at Caves Lounge for a Bee-B-Q feast featuring fellow punks From Parts Unknown and The Dolly Llamas. Free BBQ & Beer !! (while supplies last). Full event details here.

SUPER TRIPLE BONUS NEWS: Yesterday on social media we spotted HMD cooking something up in Ben Napier's lab at Green Audio Productions. HMD guitarist Carson So confirmed with FWN that they are in fact currently laying down tracks with Sir Napier of FortWorthshire ... better keep those ears peeled Fort Worthians! 

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 HMD slayin' Three Links - Photo Courtesy How's My Driving

HMD slayin' Three Links - Photo Courtesy How's My Driving

1. Dogs or Cats? Why?

Carson:  Dogs for sure.   You wouldn’t take a cat to the park…or could you?

Eric: Definitely dogs. I'm not down with stanky litter boxes--I'd
rather clean shit up outside...

DJ:  Dogs, because dogs

Tony:  Dogs, cats are pricks

2. Aliens. Do they exist?

Carson:  I’m sure in this universe, there’s another form of life out
there.   Killer Clowns for outer space was a documentary.

Eric: I've never had any close encounters but it's hard to make the
argument that they don't exist. They have to-right?

DJ:  Sure, have you seen our president?

Tony:  Tom Delonge tells us they do, when is he ever wrong?

3. Drug of choice? (None is not an option btw)

Carson:  Love is a drug

Eric: Again, very hard hitting questions. This one's tough. I don't
fancy myself an addict so I feel lucky that I'm able to stay content
with smoking herb daily and drinking beer whenever it's time to party.
That being said, the old school "H bomb" was pretty awesome!

DJ:  Netflix and gummie bears, any order

Tony:  Beer

4. Brown or white gravy? (Neither is not an option btw)

Carson:  I’ll take brown with my poutine

Eric: GuessI'll go white...but I'm probably only saying that because
I haven't sampled enough different brown.

DJ:  White, but I'm not racist.

Tony:  Brown, but only from KFC

5. Favorite weapon of mass destruction?

Carson:  Rick Astley

Eric:  I'll refer to question 3 and go "H bomb" here too. Plus the H
bomb generates that sweet mushroom cloud.

DJ:  The Trump

Tony:  The internet

 New HMD logo making us thirsty - Image Courtesy of How's My Driving

New HMD logo making us thirsty - Image Courtesy of How's My Driving

6. Favorite marsupial?

Carson:  Wombat

Eric:  Gotta go kangaroo. They "kick" ass ;)

DJ:  I love me some french onion.

Tony:   Sugar Glider

7. Favorite Superhero?

Carson:  Wolverine

Eric:  The Amazing Spiderman

DJ:  Eric Gumm, yes he is my fucking hero

Tony:  Black Dynamite

8. Did Dez catch it?

Carson:  V.D.?

Eric:  Sigh...That catch, ruled not a catch (which it was), will
forever leave me wondering what could've been--I hate it for Romo way
more than Dez, another classic example of why ole Tones Romes' legacy
in Dallas will be tainted

DJ:  Damn right he did

Tony:  Dez who?

9. When you die, if you were given the choice to come back as any animal, which would you choose?

Carson:  Fire breathing dragon.  Animality!  TOASTY!!!!

Eric:  Man, definitely gotta go something like an eagle because flying
would be cool as hell. Or would it be just as cool to be a sponge...

DJ:  A Dire wolf.  GOT, bitches

Tony:  A human.

10. The best MJ is: Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson, Mike Jones, or Milla Jovovich?

Carson:  Milla J is what I say!

Eric:  Might have to go Jordan but it's close...I'm not so sure
Michael Jackson made is big of an impact on music as Jordan did
basketball. How can anyone possible know that.

DJ:  Milla is def my girl.

Tony:  Milla Jovovich

 HMD recently opened for Guttermouth at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill

HMD recently opened for Guttermouth at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill

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about the word writer person:

Prewitt Scott-Jackson writes Dad poetry & short fiction when he's not hyping and typing for Fort Worth Noise. His writing can be found in Ghost City Press (New York), Five 2 One Magazine (Los Angeles), Prairie Schooner (University of Nebraska Press) and Sick Lit Magazine (Texas), among others. He prefers short walks on the beach because – and I quote – “It’s really hard to walk on sand.”