I guess this is where I am meant to introduce myself and say something interesting about myself. Well I hate introductions in real life, so this won’t be very long.

My name: unimportant, I didn’t choose it, I’m not particularly fond of it and anyone in real life who knows anything about me knows better than to expect a response by using it.

Location: equally unimportant, all I can say is I’m not where I really am. I’m always off in my head somewhere, as the quote from Pulp Fiction goes, I like to “meet people and get in adventures.” Adventures which normally take place in Germany.

My reasons for this blog: somewhere to write about autism, to talk about my special interests and just to write about anything random that interests me. Plus I thought it would be good to have an activity that took place in the real world.  And I really like writing, I fill notebooks full of random notes and I thought it would be a good idea to actually do something with my random ramblings.

My YouTube channels – the first, second & third.

4 responses to “About

  1. Hi, so, Loew used to shop in Berlin at a place called Departmentstore. I worked there for several years and saw him come in a few times. His white shirts are amazing, and, yes, they are Attolini. He makes a pretty down to earth impression and is kind to everyone. One time he actually walked around in boxer shorts whilst waiting for some trousers. Maybe this trivia brings you a little joy as I saw you devoted some space to him=)
    Thanks for following my blog and great for you to focus on autism in your blog.

    • That is incredibly cool to know. Thanks for sharing that. It brings more than a little amount of joy. You just combined two of my favourite things, Joachim Löw and random facts.

  2. I’m posting hansi flick blog !

  3. Jogi, your blog will soon be added to our Actually Autistic Blogs List (anautismobserver.wordpress.com). Please click on the “How do you want your blog listed?” link at the top of that site to customize your blog’s description.
    Thank you.
    Judy (An Autism Observer)

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