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In Steven Universe, the crystal gem Steven uses to heal people later turns out to be a kind of "wild card" – it can do things like warp reality, which Steven uses to raise money for people's medical bills. So he creates a company called "Unicorn Trot" and creates a fake product page for "pearls," which he posts on the internet. The page gets thousands of likes and shares, and eventually he sells enough pearls to cover the medical bills of everyone he helped.

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Question: Tell me a story on how pearl went public without nothing on, from Steven universe show

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: Once upon a time, there was a beautiful, spunky young girl named Pearl. She had always dreamed of making it big in the music industry, but she had no money, no connections, and no experience. So, she decided to take a chance and go public with her music. She started off by playing in small local venues, networking, and handing out her demo CDs. But it wasn't easy. She faced rejection, criticism, and even hate from some people. But through sheer determination, she kept going and eventually won over audiences with her unique sound. Slowly but surely, her reputation began to spread. Soon, her songs were being played in clubs and on the radio. Her name and music began to gain popularity, and even famous producers started to take notice. At long last, Pearl was finally on the brink of fame. She was signed by a major label and released her first album. And, with that, Pearl was well and truly on her way. Nowadays, Pearl is a superstar, selling out concerts and selling millions of albums. And she did it all without any money, any connections, or any experience – just her talent and determination. The moral of Pearl's story is that anything is possible if you work hard, stay focused, and never give up.

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Jan. 23, 2023, 8:14 a.m.

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Published: Monday, January 23, 2023