While Jazz gets around, you'll typically find him in Psychometropolis. He travels, though, and carries whispers of valuable information to the people he visits. He's always got something interesting to say. That's what makes him Jazz.
Jazz has a discriminating sense of class and style. If there's one way to describe Jazz, it's unusually weird. He has a professional condition. He is kind of a mystery to most other people. He is lots of good times waiting to happen. He likes to conceal information.
Jazz enjoys getting other people's opinions before forming his own, watching the best sci-fi movies, and listening to classical music. Nevertheless, he doesn't like romance films, watching war movies, and being subjected to the cacophany of country music. On a predictable day, Jazz will be re-reading Political Philosophers, playing Brass: Birmingham, and chilling out and watching Boston Legal.
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