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Nov 9, 2008 | 2:37 AM EST

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*Edit* From Kingbastard and I...
"Thank you for the front page! Thank you to reviewers! Kingbastard now owes me a beer... haha :D Isn't Newgrounds a great place? Where artists can come together in sport of help and merry. Truely this site is better than a million disco techs."

A story I've held onto for 3 years now...

This story means something. I'm not gonna say what because that would ruin it for you. Just watch and love it.

Featuring "Sitting" by Kingbastard... Buy his new album... It's healthy for your ears.
Character Designer - Tanis Martin
Menu Music - The W's "The Devil is Bad"
Credit Music - Yogi - "[Angry Young Man]"



Rated 5 / 5 stars

I get

Why he didn't tell us what the moral was..


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I think I get I

I like it a lot the music is great I think I get the moral of the story... It is to be yourself no matter what? shoot me if i am wrong

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


A perfect example of someones struggle for individuality. And i love the character design.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

A Beautiful Contribution to Art

First off, let me tell you that I created an account for the sole purpose of giving you a 10 rating. This is a beautiful video with an equally beautiful selection of music.

I love how this piece so simply reflects the state of society and it's transforming aspect it has on us all. It says something we all try to tell the world before we become too old to notice. If only everyone would hold their individuality as the most important thing they have because, honestly, it is the only thing that is truly theirs.

I always want to say thank you for the amazing music as it speaks out to those in strange ways and help them when they really need it. Thank you for this beautiful contribution to art!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars