Latest Activity: Played Cubefield (May 1, 2016 9:41pm)
Points needed for next level: 9 Level
“Can you match my resolve? If so then you will succeed. I believe that the human spirit is indomitable. If you endeavor to achieve, it will happen given enough resolve. It may not be immediate, and often your greater dreams is something you will not achieve within your own lifetime. The effort you put forth to anything transcends yourself, for there is no futility even in death.”-Monty Oum
“Let me tell you a story : Once upon a cold February, a film called “Princess Kaguya” was a contender for Best Animated Feature Oscar along with other four run-of-the-mill animated features, and didn’t get what it actually deserved. That day, the film’s mother, Creativity, mourned for its loss and shouted out loudly : Why isn’t my daughter ever appreciated and these pseudo-intellectual, meaningless and spoiled Dreamworks’s, Disney’s and Disney-alike’s children are celebrated upon each of their arrivals? At that exact time of mourning, was an old man passing by the road next to their home, and heard Creativity shouting. He instantly stopped, turned to Creativity’s house, hit the doorbell, and, after letting him in, managed to have a talk with her. He tried to comfort her, but she could not still believe that, nowadays, brilliance just can’t get through most of the tasteless and ignorant casuals. Upon his leave, though, he stood up with a serious look in his eyes and said : “Some people believe ignorance is a virtue, but I am not one of them. True art is timeless. Even when others try to eclipse it to keep it hidden, only it can always come back stronger, standing the harsh test of time.” Creativity stopped crying, and looked him in the eyes : “Who are you my kind old man?”, and he replied : “Some call me Taste. Others call me Justice. But I like to call myself Honesty”."