06 November 2008

Oh, The Excitement!

In the past year:
  • I became a first time home buyer and moved into Downtown Dallas
  • I made my first and last live club appearance
  • I lost the love of my life
  • I won the love of my life back
  • I began training for a marathon
  • I spoke to my fans on the phone, non-stop, for 7 days straight and even made some new friends out of it (Shannon, Gary, Rene, Mark, HOT ZACK, & ADORABLE BRANDON)
  • I was sexually assaulted in my own home
  • I sold that home and moved out
  • I became a full-time Houstonian
  • I jerked off 12 times in 6 hours, that's a personal record for me
  • I was cast in nearly 35 scenes in less than 12 months bringing my career total close to 100 scenes in just over 3 years

2008 has been an exhausting year for me and I think its high time I go on a vacation. Nothing too extreme, just a few days for a little fun and relaxation with Marcus... and possibly a third person (more on him later).

My schedule is still pretty full (Which I am very grateful for) so I only have from December 15th to a few days past New Years to go. We're not entirely sure on where to go yet but we have narrowed it down to three places:
  1. New Orleans
  2. Las Vegas
  3. Washington D.C.
Help us decide on where to go! Leave a comment with your suggestion.

60 comments:

  1. Don't go to d.c. I live south of d.c. and it gets pretty brutal with the cold so I'm sure d.c. is worse save that for the spring when the chery blossoms come in and the weather is decent.

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  2. I say Vegas... you'll have the best weather so you can run around naked and take pics!

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  3. go to vegas you will have a good chime there and there is a lot to do

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  4. I would say Vegas. Specially if your going to be out there for New Years Eve.. its a fun event. A lot going on. So yeah my suggestion would be Vegas and have a good time..

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  5. Las Vegas, there is nothing like New Years in Vagas, its a non stop party basically

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  6. Go to Vegas!

    You would have a ball there!

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  7. go to vegas!!! sin city baby

    love you mason!!!

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  8. I would go to Vegas, i havent been there on New Years Eve, but i hear that it is a lot of fun.

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  9. DC is the best place. The people are super nice and very cute. I'm a West Hollywood resident now but I still enjoy going to my old college town.
    Vegas is for str8 obnoxious people. Not cool. Do miami or LA. or Canada.

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  10. I would appreciate if you post an article how to clean shave yourself. If that is even possible in the first place!!!

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  11. WELL MASON I HAVE GONE TO NEW ORLEANS AND ALSO VEGAS AND THEY ARE BOTH FABULOUS PLACES ALTHOUGH VEGAS IS MORE MY HOME AWAY FROM HOME I LOVE IT THERE ANYWAYS ABOUT DC I AM GOING IN DECEMBER AND I THINK IT WILL BE FUN TO GO IN DECEMBER BECUASE OF CHRISTMAS AND EVERY THING WILL BE ALL DECORATED FOR CHRISTMAS TAKE A CITY TOUR WHILE YOUR IN DC U GET TO SEE SO MUCH IF YOU BOOK A TOUR I USUALLY ALWAYS BOOK A TOUR WHERE EVER I TRAVEL BUT EITHER OF THE THREE PLACES WOULD BE GREAT COMMENT ME BACK

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  12. DEFINATELY VEGAS!!!!!!! Ur my favorite porn hottie and I would love to meet you and Marcus!!

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  13. I say go to D.C. you might run into Obama, he may even give you a position in his cabinet.
    MASON WYLER SECRITARY OF PORN AND WANKING
    Sounds good don't you think.

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  14. D.C. is wonderful in the summer. The weather is perfect, the people are interesting, and the community is enthralling. Being that it is winter, I would suggest Vegas. Can't provide a personal opinion on it, though, because I've never been.

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  15. I'm from The Netherlands, Europe. Of course I'd say come to here. I read you don't offend to the use of cannabis. Well, there's plenty of that over here. But that's not what I wanted to say and the Euro is way too expensive now for Americans anyway.
    Been to The States last year and toured from DC to New Orleans and back. I'd say forget about New Orleans, too many breezersletjes over there. DC was very nice (in June!) but probably too cold now so I'd suggest Vegas!
    And if you're in for another suggestion, I really enjoyed Philadelphia!

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  16. VEGAS !!!!!!!!!! VEGAS!!!!!!!!!

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  17. In the USA, I'd say Vegas, been there & enjoyed it.

    But you really should visit Sydney, Australia. Actually, do a trip to several places in Australia. It's a great place and worth the effort.

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  18. If I were you, out of the three I would probably choose Vegas.

    Hope you have a great and relaxing time where ever you go.

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  19. Vegas baybey!

    Tons of tourist attracs.
    •The Bellagio's dancing waters
    •Roller coaster on top of Stratosphere
    •The dancing lights somewhere lol
    •The sphinx in Luxor.
    •Circus Circus
    •Hoover Dam is pretty close there?
    •Palms

    Oh and if you want to stay in a hotel where you want to feel like a god, Ceasars palace is the one! If you want a beach atmosphere, Mandalay Bay is the one.

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  20. St. John, USVI....awesome place and totally magical. Email me at Scottoh23@aol.com and I'll set you up.

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  21. Hi Mason,
    Rene here and htanks for including me as a friend from your talk marathon. I enjoyed speaking with you and enjoy your posts. New Orleans and Las Vegas are great for a weekend but Washington is great for a week if you love history and museums. Out of the three I prefer Washington, DC. Enjoy!

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  22. Washington DC is a great place to visit! Lots of interesting things to do and see here, and most of the stuff is FREE. I've lived here for 20 years. The winters are not bad--we usually get snow maybe 4 times a year. Plus, DC is great around the holidays. If you want something out of the ordinary, and aimed a little more at your brain than your gut like Vegas (although we have a fair share of beautiful buildings and art and culture), come to DC!

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  23. Vegas my friend, gotta go to Vegas!!

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  24. in my opinion Sydney is a definite must at some stage but for now i'd say vegas

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  25. Glad you won your love back
    _william

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  26. i think mason u go holiday to my country brunei very nice country but dun have gay fun just 4 relaxing heheh
    i hope u here
    thx

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  27. I say Vegas. Sounds like there's more to do & quite possibly the weather will be better for that time of year (you can tell I've never been there.)

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  28. I want to know more about this guy hotZack as well as this third person. Intriguing. And if you need a holiday, I would say Vegas. It's just so escapist and hedonistic.

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  29. I would definitely go to Vegas!! It is the most fun of all three cities with the best weather as well.

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  30. Being that you are from Texas and havn't experienced a Midwest winter yet I think that might be fun. The only reason I say that is because I can see you as the type willing to handle all the history of DC, as well as being relatively close enough that if you wanted, you could make a b line for times square and be there on new years. I'm not one to stay in one place too long more importantly DC too long but that would be my suggestion-

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  31. vegas baby .. its the best thats why i live there..

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  32. you've worked hard this past year and deserve a nice relaxing vacation in HAWAII! the weather is nice, the people are friendly, and the scenery is breathtaking. come out and visit us

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  33. New Orleans is my favorite city on the planet.

    I say go there and tell us how the reconstruction is going.

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  34. I think you should come back to chicago LOL! but if not it really depends on what you are going for. I liked New Orleans but definitely not a place I could stay longer than a week. Vegas is nice but aside for pool sitting and gambling, what are you going to do besides that for over two weeks? With D.C., it may be cold but you have LOTS of history, easy to get around in the city, and if you do get bored, you are within 4 hours driving of other major metropolitan areas. That whole east coast is a Megaopolis.

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  35. don't go to any of those places. go to cancun, mexico. they have all-inclusive packages that includes hotel, air, food, activity, and drinks for just about 1500 bux. you can totally celebrate new year over there!

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  36. I heard that Vegas is Fabulous for new years, the strip will be cars free zone, and you are allow public drinking.

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  37. i wanna go to vegas! ;)

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  38. Go to Vegas. I have been several times during New Years Eve – and the place rocks. They close down the strip and it fills up with people. Fireworks are great. And you miss all the heat.

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  39. i'd say wait to go to DC when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom. you get to see how beautiful the tidal basin is, the momumnets in their spring time splendor... and he boys are out on the mall playing frizbee and football. georgetown is a great place, foggy bottom even better and of course we can't forget the infamous fruit loop - DUPONT CICRLE! rock creek park is the best urban park in the country and the potomac (while slightly green) is a beautiful river, particularly when the eagles and osprey soar above. of course you can't do DC without visiting alexandria across the river and making a trip up to b-more won't be a bad idea either. and its a little late to go on out to the shenandoah to hike and watch the leaves change - most of them have turned and fallen (though it could still be beautiful, the blue ridge are also stunning). =)

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  40. You don't sound like the big party type, so what are you gonna do in Vegas, sit by the hotel pool and play PSP, I love New Orleans, but you better take a diving suit just in case, and D.C. in the winter? No thanx, for me its not a vacation unless theres a rollercoaster around, so I'm voting for Disney World!

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  41. Vegas ... except go next weekend! ;)

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  42. I guess it depends on what you want to do. DC is great for walking and sightseeing, especially with all the museums and memorials. Lots of bars, restaurants and history! I live in DC, so I may be biased. Also, in December, DC will have a better Christmas/Winter feel, you can snuggle up with your bf/other and just enjoy each other's company. Anyway, have fun deciding which city to travel to, you'll have a blast in any of those cities.

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  43. you should come to d.c. i could be kind of like your personal tour guide, i can show you the museums, all the monuments. it'd be cool to show you around.

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  44. For my part I choose Washington DC, the mountains are very quiet and the air is tonic.
    A trip to three! Humm just between friends or may be more? this will not be very restful for you Mason ...

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  45. Well, you know what my vote is...just hurry up and make up your mind, so I can book my flight, stud! Three's company... ;-)

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  46. Mason, u should go to vegas, always wild and crazy there. Remember, what happens in vegas stays in vegas.

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  47. I would love it if you came here to my city Vegas we need Mason in this Sin City its like you two were meant for each other.. Vegas & Mason it just has a ring to it, & besides New Years in this city is like no place else I'm so for real come party w/me on 12/31/08

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  48. Def Las Vegas. DC sucks, to cold filled with political back stabbing bigoted queens. Besides, its "sin city" we all know you love that! ;o)

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  49. Why not go to Lithuania and tour the countryside and eat some shlizhikiai and drink midus.Sveiks atviken!

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  50. If you don't mind the cold, DC can be beautiful. Now, we are not talking Buffalo, NY cold, but it can be chilly - high 20's to low 30's at night and 30's and 40's in daytime. The museums cannot be beat and most important, almost all of them are free. I even like the zoo there. The Metro is reliable and pretty cheap, so you can keep to a budget. The only impossible time in DC will be for the inauguration when the city will be jam packed and every place will double their prices.

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  51. I have to take exception to that last post...it was 70 degrees in Buffalo all last week...of course, the snow is on the way...it isn't as bad here as people make it out to be!

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  52. Hey Mason,

    Just wanted to say i'm a fan of yours i've seen you all over the net and never saw anything of you I didn't like! Hope your having an awsome week so far. If you go to DC or elsewhere hope you have a good time! I'm trying to take a trip to San Francisco this month for Thanksgiving, so hopefully it will be fun!

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  53. Hey Mason,
    Love your work and I would not change a thing about you.. anyway go to DC, it is a great place to go in the off season the sites and national things to see are awesome. there so much history there to see and the off season is great lite on people.. and at night you can cuddle up to a warm fire...

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  54. I like this photo....sexy mirror shot...why not post one with the top curve of your beautiful ass cheeks in the mirror?

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  55. oh oh oh, i just though of an absolutely awesome spot for your vacation. considering that your options are restricted to america you probably wont pick this one this time but its an EXTREMELY REOMMENDED place. It's the greek island of mikanos in the mediterranean sea, basically its THE sspiritual home for all gay men. beautiful landscape, georgeous men, one of the most romantic places in the world. what more do you want?

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  56. Go to NOLA!!!! Burbon's a blast!!!! Learned how to drink at OZ.

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  57. Come to New Orleans, you would love it. LV is so commericalized.
    Try out our Southern charm.

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  58. I'm not usually one to throw my two cents in; but since I'm seeing a lack of NOLA love I have to speak up. It might not be the cleanest, fastest, or flashiest city, but it's still fucking hot. I've been living here all my life and I promise there is no place like it. From the calm and mellow garden district to the gritty, sultry French Quarter, New Orleans is a land apart. It's no wonder that NOLA is a progressive stronghold in the conservative deep south. I guess that's enough tooting my own horn, but you should really give your self a true vacation and visit N'Awlins cher. Plus, I can tell you about great places to stay and eat and visit and shop and get your fill of dirtysexyfun.

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