(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.)