They all seem like cool guys... although I was a little disappointed that Trevor guy was too busy promoting his movie to show up. I'd really love to hear him interviewed by you sometime else, Jesse, specifically about his work ethic (which Sam touched on briefly). That guy clearly is driven in a way I kind of wish I was, but I'm also somewhat afraid of being.
When I see someone driven like that, I think about something I saw in this amazing documentary "The Ballad of Ramblin' Jack
"... It's a movie by the daughter of the folk singer Ramblin' Jack Elliott, who was the protege of Woody Guthrie and the mentor of Bob Dylan. The movie's all about the filmmaker basically dissecting why her father was such a good folk singer and such a bad father, and it's touching and heartbreaking and great. But there's this one part where she's talking to her mother about how come, if her father was too occupied with being a folk singer to be an adequate father, he never achieved the sort of fame that his protege Bob Dylan achieved. And her mother says something along the lines of how Dylan was never satisfied with anything he did, so he was always trying to make something better, always trying to best himself. Meanwhile, her father just loved singing, and did it because he enjoyed doing it, and this kept him satisfied.
That answer has really haunted me for years now. I keep thinking that if I really want to succeed, I have to be driven like that, not satisfied with anything I've done previously, always trying to improve and come up with new and better things. But this thinking has put an ENORMOUS amount of pressure on myself, and it's hard to maintain and not just retreat to a position of comfort and patient satisfaction with what I'm doing and where I am in my life. So I oscillate between on one side feeling dissatisfied with what I've done but driven to do better stuff, and on the other side feeling secure and content but paralyzed by a fear of squandering any talent I have and dooming myself to obscurity.
Anyway, to try and steer back this tangent, I get the impression that Trevor Moore is driven in a similar way to Dylan. It's clear he's behind A LOT of the Whitest Kids stuff, and he just radiates this hyperactive work ethic. I'd be fascinated to know how he manages that while maintaining a life, or if he does.