(Eventually the town gets to know about Nusah; however, they don't seem very impressed as in this world, music is considered a 3rd rate art: the entire town knew about Nusah Martinez because of how she always stood-up against the common standings of what was going on; however, nobody had expected this.)
Nusah: (In mind), I wonder how I can finally make my own custom guitar, and my own custom violin? It has always been a hobby of mine to finally make my own sign of that I can actually do something.
Nusah: (Out loud), I guess you make it like this; mix this and this. Add that here; I wonder how long this will take?
(10 hours pass, a guitar is made; and 2 violins are made, one for adults and the other for children).
Nusah: Finally complete. I'll go for a bite to eat.
Nusah: (In mind), it's nice to finally go on an outing.
Bartender: What do you want? I ain't got all day, make it quick.
Nusah: I'll have a bag of chips, and your highest quality non-alcoholic drink.
Bartender: We only serve alcoholic drinks here. If you want sparkling water then tell me.
Nusah: Fine, if it's all I can have.
Bartender: They'll be on the way.
Nusah: Aww, thanks.
Bartender: You know you are really pretty? I bet you get all the guys.
Nusah: Yeah, I sorta get that a lot, and thanks.
Bartender: Here's your chips, enjoy.
Nusah: Thanks, by the way where is everyone else? I hear this place is usually crowded during this time?
Bartender: That all happened for one reason. Is your name Nusah Martinez by any chance?
Nusah: Yeah, and what do I have to do with it?
Bartender: I'm usually not allowed to serve women; however, I decided to give-it to you for what you represent.
Nusah: What do I represent?
Bartender: You have a gun with a holster, right?
Nusah: Not on me, but yeah. The law allows us freedom.
Bartender: And that is what you represent.
Nusah: I really don't know what that means, but can you tell me; also I haven't got my sparkling water and my chips are done.
Bartender: Your water is coming. But really, you do mean a lot to the people. You mean equality!
Nusah: I just play on my guitar and violin, don't get the big deal in that.
Bartender: What would you know, your not even from here. Your just from somewhere else.
Nusah: I am here as much as anyone else is. It doesn't matter where I was born, I consider Oasis Spings and Willows Creek, my home, the place I want my kids to grow-up in!
Bartender: Tell you what, if you can play the piano before you go, I will make this entire meal free, and I won't tell the government that you were here.
Nusah: Why can't I freely be here to be a drink? Everybody else is allowed freely. Why is it me?
Bartender: There are five reasons: I will tell you all five straight-up: First, you are a woman! Second, you are a foreigner! Third, you are a rebel! Fourth, you are a musician! Fifth, you are a gun-owner.
Nusah: So why did you open the door here for me?
Bartender: Because I support the revolution as well.
Nusah: The one led by San Nicolas? I'm not affiliated with him.
Bartender: But in a way you represent rebellion, just like him.
Nusah: I guess you're right.
Nusah: This is some nice sparkling water.
Bartender: Thanks, so will you play a bit of the piano?
Nusah: Sure, if that's the only way I won't get caught!
(Nusah eventually played the piano, and left the bartender alone)
(Nusah eventually hit the gym and decided to work out to prove she was worth it, eventually J-Huntington took note of this, and decided to complain.)
Huntington: What the hell is this? The girl that wants to be a musician is now in my gym! Trying to be fit? What now, not cooking at home anymore?
Nusah: I can go wherever I want, you know who made me popular right? Johnny Zest.
Huntington: Well he's just some loser who's got a crush on you, he'd do anything you said, but I do what I want, and I want you out of my gym at this minute!
Nusah: Or what?
Huntington: I'll have you arrested, wait, I'll give you an even worse punishment, me and the cops will work something out.
Nusah: So you can the same resolution, you got with San Nicolas?
Huntington: You know you aren't allowed to say his name in public! Now get out, or I'll have two charges against you!
Nusah: The cops will probably just call you some cry-baby, afraid of a little girl. How sad?
Huntington: You aren't a little girl, your just some crazy girl trying to change everything about our society! You and that Nick fellow are all trouble.
Nusah: If you aren't scared of me; look me directly in the eyes, instead of looking at the floor.
Huntington: I can easily do that! NO CHALLENGE!
Nusah: Oh we will certainly see about that.
Huntington: What do you mean about that?
Nusah: (In mind), I know you're already blushing, just give-up and say it already.
Huntington: Wow, your really pretty, please, please forgive me for mistake. It was an honest mistake. Forget all that, will you be my girlfriend?
Nusah: NO! Not after all you did! What was that before?
Huntington: I'm sorry, really, just stay in the gym as long as you want: heck, I'll make special cardio machines only usable for you.
Nusah: Thanks, but I still don't want to be your girlfriend.
Huntington: It's fine, just accept the gift, you'll get a premium outfit as well.
(Martinez got Huntington to change the ban on women, and was gifted a premium jacket for fitness.)
(There were new victories for Nusah Martinez's rights; however, as the private sector was opening up the government was establishing even more laws to prevent the rights for all. San Nicolas was tortured and was beaten-up on a daily basis, eventually he had been arrested and imprisoned. Nusah Martinez would be heavily checked-on by the government and her rights would also be suppressed. Especially when the government heard about her building a guitar and violin, they were very interested in using it as a monetary source.)
Nusah Martinez: (In mind), I totally wish that I will be discovered, by someone famous. I'd love that. (Singing out loud), I really, really, really do, oh yeah.
Johnny Zest overhears and joins in.
Johnny Zest: Hey, I overheard you playing your guitar, I thought it was beautiful; however, shouldn't you be at home raising kids or cooking something? You know girls really shouldn't be playing music.
Nusah: Actually I'm single, also I would love to get a record deal with a major company. It would be a dream come true.
Johnny: (Smirks, then proceeds), Oh so that's why a girl like you is single, well let me tell you something, in this day and age, it's men that work, not women!
Nusah: I'd like to invite you inside for a conversation. If that's fine by you.
Johnny: Fine, (In mind), my own family denounced me for my dreams. I always wanted to be a comedian.
Nusah: Great, so let's go inside.
Both go inside.
Johnny: Alright, so why did you want me inside?
Nusah: I didn't want to talk about this outside because it was going to be bad for you, but why were you acting so rude?
Johnny: I always was denied my dreams, I'm related to the family of Landgraabs, even my little brother Malcolm won't bother meeting me. What I wanted to be was a comedian.
Nusah: Aww, I really feel sorry for asking, but if you are willing we can go outside and I will show you my love for music.
Johnny: Fine, (In mind), we just went in, now she wants us to leave? Some girl?
Both go outside, Nusah picks up a guitar.
Nusah: This is a lullaby, it's a very powerful one, so if you don't want to hear it just mention it.
Johnny: No, I want to understand why you think you are so great.
Nusah: Ok, (starts playing guitar), "Hey, hey, hey: I know all that..."
Johnny: (In mind), Wow, this is really getting me down. I will not waver though.
Nusah: "This is really what we all wanted, hush, hush, hush"
Johhny: I want to tell you something, if you can make me fall asleep, I will tell the whole town of your greatness.
Nusah: (To Johnny), Aww, you know your going to lose. I really appreciate that though. "Da, Da, Da"
Johhny: (In mind), I will lose. (Yawns)
Nusah: (To Johnny), You are so nice, I really appreciate this, I can't see you, but I can see victory.
Johnny: (In intense drowsiness), Wow, your pretty, I just want you so much. Just looking at that was enough to get somebody's attention.
(Johnny falls asleep, Nusah stops the music)
Nusah: EWWW! I was not ready for hearing that, was that the only reason you came here? I'm not exactly disappointed that you find me attractive, but I thought you genuinely wanted me to be successful.
(Johnny Zest eventually makes his part of the deal and tells the town of Martinez; however, none of the record companies pay attention too much; however, they began to know of her).
Usually the men and the women of Oasis Springs and Willows Creek needed to know one thing, the men were all interested in business and the women wear all interested in fashion and make-up. This wasn't really the case of Nusah Martinez, she actually wanted to be an entertainer. But there was one serious disadvantage for her case. And that was this: She was considered to pretty to actually want to do anything.
Both the men and women; would usually be amazed by her gorgeous appearance, and that she actually wanted to be something; was considered out of the ordinary; especially during the time. The men had basically conquered everything and at the time it was considered radical for women to even be out of the house; (let alone be a musician).
She was single during a very important time in her life, (nobody thought she was going to get married, even though all the men wanted her; she had a strong lifestyle that would turn people away). While nobody ever understood her upbringing; as she was considered a "foreigner", as she was not born in Willow's Creek or Oasis Springs.
Many people were simply put plain out disrespectful; however despite that she had a heart of pure platinum, (as she had always wanted to win a platinum and play on stage). One time she was happy, other times she would be disappointed, but whenever you needed her; she would always be there for anyone in need.