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I consider myself a very outspoken person who enjoys intellectual conversations. Most of the time I would rather listen more than I speak especially when I feel I’m learning from a person. I enjoy traveling and obtaining knowledge from all different cultures. I like all types of music and I also write songs myself. My career goal is to become a physical therapist and I am looking forward to meeting someone with dreams and aspirations that they are not afraid to pursue. If this sounds like you don’t hesitate to reach out and get to know me. You can reach me directly on the jpay app. My information is Jervon Jones-Dixon 2004209.
• Date of Birth: 07/18/2000 (22 years old)
• Gender: Male
• Marital Status: Single
• Sexual Orientation: Straight
• Race: Black or African American
• Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
• Eye Color: Brown
• Hair Color: Black
• Height: 6 ft.
• Body Type: Athletic
• Hometown: Norfolk, Virginia
• Spoken Languages: English
• Religion: Baptist
• Astrological Sign: Cancer
Profile will end on: 07/30/2024
Jervon Jones-dixon #2004209
Keen mountain correctional center
P.O. Box 860
Oakwood, VA 24631
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