aka, the All-American boy. 1960’s. An about page for Jones that’s a constant work in progress, and will be updated the more I learn about him, and the more he wants to share.
Andrew Jones was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. He lost his mother around age 13, and moved in with family in Brooklyn, New York. Lied about his age to try and join the Army at 16. Kicked out and told to come back in two years. So he did. He’s bi-lingual, English and French. Started French in school, continued learning while in the service.
He fought in Vietnam. Found himself behind enemy lines quite a bit. But he doesn’t talk about that much at all. And I’m not going to push him. But while there, he fell for a Vietnamese girl, who was pretty much his life. But he had to leave her behind.
He committed suicide about a year after coming home from war.
Jones is an advocate about freedom, justice, and equality, and was apparently notorious for getting in fights over it. He never threw the first punch,though. He also has very strong feelings against suicide, since he did it himself.
He was the one who first figured out how to “attach” himself to a muse, and I guess taught the other two in turn.