User Profile: mcgrawactor1

mcgrawactor1

Member Since: September 01, 2010

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  • [51] August 20, 2016 at 7:23pm

    Of course porn does not create monsters, but it feeds them. It can also turn good people toward darkness. It corrupts because it tempts, and temptation is hard even for “good people” to resist. Porn, in and of itself does not inevitably lead to horrific sexual crimes, but it does feed the urge in a very few already criminally-minded or disturbed people. I might also add it destroys marriages, breaks down trust between committed people, distracts and destroys otherwise morally upright people. I am not a prude, and I have been around the block a few times being in he theater world, but I refuse to condone the frequent use of porn as something that is an harmless past time

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  • [23] August 20, 2016 at 7:11pm

    Did you make this comment just to offend?. You are a real piece of….work.

  • [7] July 29, 2016 at 10:57pm

    This should surprise no one. I agree with previous posts that suggest we should pull secret service and security around those who diss law enforcement and anyone carrying a gun for protection. The dems want to prevent common citizens from carrying arms to protect themselves and their families, but they would never get rid of their armed protectors! The hypocrisy of the elites is nauseating!!

  • [6] July 29, 2016 at 10:44pm

    It’s not an issue of class or taste. It is an issue of decency and character. The Democrats have none.

  • [4] July 3, 2016 at 5:45pm

    It is a crazy coincidence, doncha think?

  • July 3, 2016 at 5:42pm

    Yes, a rummer is perplexing as in planning a landmine/IED as opposed to planting one. Sheesh!!

  • [4] July 3, 2016 at 5:38pm

    Yup, I am with you.

  • [12] July 3, 2016 at 5:37pm

    Yes, let’s!!

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  • [30] July 3, 2016 at 5:32pm

    If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, it is a duck. And we are so ducked, if we don’t get SERIOUS about terrorism.

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  • [1] July 3, 2016 at 5:23pm

    When in Rome…

  • [3] July 1, 2016 at 5:43pm

    I am not going any place public over the holiday, not because I am terrified, but because I want relaxed time with my family at home. For those of you who are venturing out to a big event, be very aware Be smart. If you are going to a parade in big city, a sporting event, or a concert , ad infinitum…be aware, be prepared and arm yourself if you are in a sate that allows you to do so. They are out there, and they want to kill us on one of our most cherished national holidays.

  • [1] July 1, 2016 at 5:11pm

    I was in Europe, So. America and The British Isles, w/ long Broadway tours: Evita, West Side Story and Phantom as a lead…it was an awesomely fun part of my musical theater career. I was in beautifully culturally rich places like Paris, Munich, Amsterdam, Zurich, Manchester, Glasgow, Frankfurt, Berlin, Sao Paulo, Bogota, and way too many more to mention. We had to be careful as Americans in certain cities. We had to be cognizant of the dangers: In So. America, abduction as a business was just part of the atmosphere, so the cast had armed guards with us all the time at our hotel and at the theater. If you decided to go out on your own to shop or eat, we were cautioned not to wear show jackets, or anything that identified us as Americans. I was in Frankfurt when he the first Gulf War broke out, and several members of the cast bolted for home because of what CNN was reporting about the dangers of being an American overseas. Most of us stuck it out, and though we had to take precautions (bomb sniffing dogs at the theatres, and heightened security in Germany). Our hotel, located in little Iraq, got a bomb threat from a group that identified itself as Middle Eastern, in Frankfurt. Because I was playing Maria in WSS, I had the clout to tell the producer, move us out of the city to the Holiday Inn, or I am not going on. He said the leads could go, but not the rest of the cast. I said no. He relented and the whole cast relocated. Things are MUCH worse now, and I am sad.

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  • [1] July 1, 2016 at 5:11pm

    I was in Europe, So. America and The British Isles, w/ long Broadway tours: Evita, West Side Story and Phantom as a lead…it was an awesomely fun part of my musical theater career. I was in beautifully culturally rich places like Paris, Munich, Amsterdam, Zurich, Manchester, Glasgow, Frankfurt, Berlin, Sao Paulo, Bogota, and way too many more to mention. We had to be careful as Americans in certain cities. We had to be cognizant of the dangers: In So. America, abduction as a business was just part of the atmosphere, so the cast had armed guards with us all the time at our hotel and at the theater. If you decided to go out on your own to shop or eat, we were cautioned not to wear show jackets, or anything that identified us as Americans. I was in Frankfurt when he the first Gulf War broke out, and several members of the cast bolted for home because of what CNN was reporting about the dangers of being an American overseas. Most of us stuck it out, and though we had to take precautions (bomb sniffing dogs at the theatres, and heightened security in Germany). Our hotel, located in little Iraq, got a bomb threat from a group that identified itself as Middle Eastern, in Frankfurt. Because I was playing Maria in WSS, I had the clout to tell the producer, move us out of the city to the Holiday Inn, or I am not going on. He said the leads could go, but not the rest of the cast. I said no. He relented and the whole cast relocated. Things are MUCH worse now, and I am sad.

  • [3] June 19, 2016 at 5:48pm

    I heard a person who had been at the bar interviewed who said that he frequents other bars, not just Pulse, where they have security…armed guards or a police presence to keep guests safe if there is a fracas. He commented that if Pulse had had a security system in place, they would not all have been sitting ducks for this mass murdering terrorist. Unfortunately, he is right. Guards don’t drink; they have a job to do.

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  • [3] June 3, 2016 at 6:19pm

    I have a question, and it is not rhetorical. If someone with a legal background, or just common legal sense can please explain something to me, I would be grateful. Why was this convicted murderer (serial killer) permitted to mock the father openly in court during his sentencing? I know he has a right to be present, but couldn’t they(the court) have shielded his overtly heinous baiting of the father from him & the victim’s family? If he was clearly mocking, I don’t see why the judge could not have ordered him into another room with a closed circuit camera? What is the rationale?

  • [5] June 1, 2016 at 7:09pm

    PLEASE listen to Mark Levin while Glenn is gone temporarily and afterwards. Levin is an amazing conservative, Love his chutzpa and believe he is a voice in the wilderness. He is WICKED smart and a man of great character.

  • [4] June 1, 2016 at 7:02pm

    I am so ready to cancel Sirius. If they don’t welcome Beck back, my main reason for listening will be gone. I love Levin, but can listen to him on his site and on Tune In Radio….so SEEYA SIRIUS!!! Serious mistake….

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  • [2] April 24, 2016 at 6:13pm

    Troll…and what does your nonsensical post even mean??

  • [11] April 24, 2016 at 6:07pm

    Ted Cruz has integrity. He is the real deal, not a sideshow artist, He is a constitutionalist and the one conservatives have been praying for. Drumf has NO IDEA how the primary process works, and he does not understand how things work with second and third ballots (and neither, unfortunately, do Sean Hannity and a lot of other supposed conservatives!) It is a damn shame that people refuse to be educated, and instead throw around accusations like “Cruz is stealing” delegates. PLEASE, do your homework and stop the freakin’ name-calling. Trump is so incredibly un-presidential. He is a blowhard thug, who lies, cheats (oh, make that DEALS) to get what he wants and he has the unmitigated GALL to accuse an upstanding statesman like Cruz of the very thing he himself is guilty of. He is a disgraceful flip-flopper, opportunistic thug, who needs attention ALL THE TIME. He is not fooling real conservatives. I am SO disappointed in people like Hannity, Coulter and Eric Boling. Fox news sucks these days. I will be tuning out. Except for Glenn Beck, Mark Levin (and usually Andrew WilKow) the rest of them can go pound sand. If Trump wins the nomination, he will lose the general…a fate I dread. If that happens, I will personally hold the aforementioned hosts responsible for our country going down the toilet, including Bill O’Reilly and the whole Fox Crew. CNN has been more HONEST during this primary season, and I NEVER thought I would say that!

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  • [4] April 11, 2016 at 8:03pm

    Waaa, waa, WWWWWaa!!! “Tough Guy” Trump is crying when he suddenly realizes he didn’t understand the process….the rules. You can bet he knows all the rules when it comes taking away land and a house from little old ladies or how to play the banks, and use bankruptcy laws. He has USED the laws and the systems in place throughout his entire business career!! To cry foul when suddenly the billionaire biz man finds himself ignorant of the rules is downright hilarious and ironic, to say the least!!

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