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"uncle lloyd" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

The Moment with Brian Koppelman

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"uncle lloyd" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman

"Able to come back to yourself. And i'm wondering. Is that what you get out of when you write with people who aren't really writers or when you right when you are trying to tell a story that's not your story whether it's one you've found. Is that part of the discipline for you of trying to get out of mount. Mary needs and serve in. I think that that's real gift that was given to me and It was given to me. I think the. Because i did the work working through so much With music and song that i ready to First of all. I understood the power there of transformation in redemption. If you go at it with those as priorities in in in a as a as a trail blazer discoverer. You're going into a forest. You don't know you're gonna come out. Sometimes i've worked through so much. When i was asked to write with the a women and men who struggle with ptsd because of military service a war wounds. I knew the power of song could really help them in. So of the the ask when you write with veterans and i've been writing doctors nurses on the front lines. Coverted Icy us on the ask is to take myself Leave the room. I don't know what it's like to be sold. Certainly don't know what it's like to be a doctor nurse a battling cova In in a daily way over all these months and months and months so all i do is put myself to the side and really start to listen and gently asked the questions that help them to feel safe in seen in heard melody helps with that at a certain point. Grab guitar a match with. I'm hearing them say emotionally with the melody. That pairs with that in that be a bit of a can opener. That opens up to another level of vulnerability and of course vulnerability encourage or contagious. Just like hate and rage or contagious. Encourage contagious so. If you get one veteran who's willing to move the ball I'll do too in. I'll speak of things that. I know that i should not say because this is really what songs do best is when you speak of things that you should not say. So songs are interesting when you go there. Talk about So it's really fascinating as you know you start by talking about. I drank or it comes up soon enough. And they're you pair yourself with someone who is A more experienced than you and understand song form now you now. You're him. I mean you're now You're now in the world in the role that he was in with you. Yes and that's it must be kind of an amazing now. Is he still alive. Yeah oh which crit harmon it is. Yeah he's still alive we know. Who did you ride drink with crit harmon right and do you. Still right with grit. I i have yeah. Yeah the dynamic different now that yours very different accomplished figure. Yeah it's different. Is it still fun. It's still fun and he still has. Great ideas is a really good. The amazing producer is this strengthened. My opinion has always been helping people with their first or second record is is great helping us. Singer songwriters. Find their sound in their voice. I think that's true. I wonder about a couple of other things before we're done. That struck me in the book. One there are two mysteries that are left mysterious in the book. The one is your dad is so did you still never find your m- the woman who was your biological mother. She left you know clues. And she won't tell me in my birth certificate is sealed in perpetuity in the state of louisiana is probably destroyed katrina anyway and i am not made the decision not to it. Because she doesn't wanna talk about it. You didn't do twenty-three in may or any dna stuff to see can't get the paternal side the women can't get the paternal sign. I didn't know that that was not Yeah possible and three and me. That was one. You didn't find any cousins out there so that you can track your way back that that was one question and the other is. It's funny when when when when you described and then i saw his name in your book when you describe the songwriter who let you know what you were supposed to do. And he sang that song. About what Walk and under the water and then so. I searched all over the internet to try to find out who that wasn't of course. You wrote a song with that title. Bryan grab that thing. Yeah with you've at he never surfaced after your record came out and said like hey man. That's my song. 'cause i'm sure you would have like. I thought it was daryll scott way. We're describing him at first. Because i knew daryl in boston in the eighties. Ninety nine lincoln right. I knew say again. John lincoln rights ban. And i knew. Daryl like in nineteen eighty five eighty six. He was friends with my buddy ed groure. They were in that. Unfortunately we're both took that journey in mind sprang for a minute before they freed themselves. But i met darryl then. And i heard uncle lloyd in late nineteen eighty-seven and with my mind was blown and everybody should listen to uncle lloyd. If they've heard it the way you described that guy sing and it sounded like darrell. Like this big guy who seemed like you belonged on a from. Did you ever find that guy. Who signs on. I saw him once and once only i don't know if he ever came back to the open mics. Do you.

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"uncle lloyd" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"uncle lloyd" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"E. Don't know. There was a line there is a line boy. The Biden coronavirus Relief pit plan right now prioritizes funds for non white business owners. Huh? So all you cracker face to Uncle Lloyd's You just go ahead. Grab your stuff. Packing up back of the line to you, buddy. That's what I'm talking about. Restaurants bed fair venue. Small businesses owned by white men, not just matches, Whitey, but CIS gendered heteronormative patriarchy. Stop saying that I'm just want to make sure the left knows that I acknowledge their stupid words. Frankly, I think it's hilarious. But I mean, it seems to upset Bill yet, but it always makes me laugh When I hear people talk like that, at some point, you know, I used to say, bro. Ironically, yeah. And then I said it enough, And now I just say it is part of my regular vernacular. No, I wonder if it's some point. CIS Gendered heteronormative kind of falls out of their mouth. Well, you know how those heteronormative czar will not them again. Restaurant venues owned by white men will be the last in line for federal relief under president Jose be dens, Restaurant, Revitalization fund. Women and minority groups go first. If you're a black lady front of the line, but not before the black indigenous women, which is a word that means nothing. Oh, yeah. You gotta love indigenous. There is no word that is, that is it means nothing indigenous. Well, they're talking about Native Americans. Well, then, just say Native Americans because none of those people Everybody. Everybody migrated here from somewhere else. Even the Native Amendment them. They just got here for. I didn't migrate here from somewhere else. Well, but your ancestor Martin down just down the road from here. Ok, Well, then you migrated from there and over here, didn't you? You're migrating. So you're just drove to work. That's all I did. Well, then your indigenous to Clue, Clute. Yeah, but in Houston, you're a migrant. Jesus. Well, I'm just using that word. I'm using the word they'd like it to be. That's when you use the words based on what they actually mean. It pisses them off. I'm glad you brought up migrants for a minute. Toko zero's a fun little story that you won't hear in mainstream media. The Biden administration is currently holding A approximately Okay, before I tell you the number I want you to get okay. The Biden administration is holding migrant Children in cages without their parents. How many would you say? The government The United States government is holding in these cages. You know, same way Donald Trump did I think I already know the What's the number? Give me just a rough estimate. Is it 85,000? Okay? I guess I was a little this is way. Um Or that's probably the number that have come through and been released. They're currently holding Nearly 25,000 migrant Children in custody of the government apart from their families, this is way more than Donald Trump ever did. But he was Forcing Children into cages separating them from their families and being a total B. But Biden is I'm trying to clean it up because I know mom's or listening and stuff. Mother's Day is coming up. Yeah, course they went after the Trump administration and talked about what a horrible person he was and how he hates Mexicans. And even though we were a lot of make Mexican during that, but anyway Yeah, they're holding him behind. Now. They describe these cages, Azaz. Holding areas surrounded by chain link fence. So anytime you turn your kids loose in the backyard to play basically got them locked in a cage if you have a chain link fence at your house, Wow. Yeah, a chain link fence just means cage to the Democrats. That's how that is. Chain link fences, a cage the differences, Trump told him not to come at all. Biden told him to come. He invited him and actually told him that any parents that were unaccompanied by you know adults or prepared, but they wouldn't be turned back. So that might explain the huge numbers. Here's some of the news that you're not hearing on Fox and CNN. Whatever you watch for migrants dead 27 injured. A smuggler's boat flips off the California coast, right near San Diego. 52 migrants found in Texas human smuggling stash house near the border, Right. Don't forget the 90 plus living in that house in Houston. Yeah, that they found drowned migrant found on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande border 15 54th so far this year yesterday Just after we had talked about the story from years ago with the migrants locked inside of an 18 wheeler, right, they found a guy locked inside of it was an 18 locked inside of a truck that died in that crazy They're still doing it. They just found a dead body with hands bound together, pulled from a Texas border river. Um, And that happens all the time. That doesn't make the news. Imagine if on a regular basis there was a community in America, where they kept pulling dead bodies out of a river. And some of them were there because they were trying to illegally migrate New America and somewhere there because they got murdered by the cartels right and CNN doesn't want to talk about and remember the reason that the news talks about certain stories and ignores other stories is Those? They've got an agenda. They've got a plan. They training you How to think what to care about what not to care about member just what a month ago. Asian hate crimes was all over the news. More Asian hate crimes. It's a terrible, terrible thing. Oh, everybody's being mean to Asians, and they kept saying it was because Trump called it the China virus on that's why everybody, but they did a little research. They've got statistics and we know how hateful statistics can be racist people were being you know, uh, doing Asian hate crimes Way before the China virus even came around and the other staff that was terrible was that a majority of those hate crimes were being perpetrated by the black community upon the Asian community and boom just like that. Nobody wanted to talk about Asian hate crime. No more in that amazing how quickly that went from the only thing they wanted to talk about two dead silent. They don't want to talk about it at all anymore. New There's a story in the news. Two elderly Asian women beat with a cinder block in Baltimore. Unfortunately, is a black man doing it wrong Kind of suspect. So not a story. And by the way, isn't that kind of marginalizing to the black people that follow the laws? Certainly they're concerned about crime in their neighborhood. Yeah, well, we can't talk about the crime in your area because it looks bad. Yeah, but I want you to know bad crime over here. I'm not gonna do it. If there's a way we can blame it on Trump..

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