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February 17, 2012

Sexy Speedo: “If this made you smile, please share!”

Shoot, whole blog disappeared, no draft saved, second time lately. Thanks, WP!

Okay, take two. Real life Ferris Bueller, discovered.

I said something about how you can be alone and still create all kinds of joy.

Not afraid to be a fool, as the Buddhists advise.

Enjoy:

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JinpaG Jul 21, 2012 4:39pm

The man can MOOOOVE! What fun to see (that sparkling Speedo was a wonder to behold … oh em gee … haven't seen ANYthing like that suit … ever!) and he had such aplomb in the face of "security" (security for whom?! I wonder). Thanks Waylon and friends!

jess Feb 19, 2012 12:21pm

hes from vancouver! we got to enjoy him down by the beach every summer:) he got a job at canadas wonderland and moved away and is on to bigger and better things. i always thought when i watched him "we humans should ALL be able to do what he does." find the joy in yourself. life is what you make of it….it is only your perception of what IS that makes it wonderful or hard to bare. that choice is up to you. enjoy people.

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