Interview with James Armstrong
QUESTION 9
INTERVIEWER:

YOU MENTIONED SOMETHING ABOUT—WHAT YOU SAID IS THE PRICE KEEP THE SAME. YOU MENTIONED THAT YOU CONSIDERED A LOT OF THE SUFFERING AND THINGS THAT YOU HAD TO GO THROUGH TO HAVE BEEN THE "PRICE" FOR THE THINGS THAT YOU WANTED.

James Armstrong:

Yes. There was a lot of suffering and, and a lot of peoples', if you're speaking about a lot of peoples, they got—lost their jobs. And well, in my shape, I happen to be self-employed. It was kinda rough with me because I've had confrontations with the Board of Commissions and things like that, but through it all that, that I was able to survive because I was self-employed and my people supported me. That's helped me to stand, which I am grateful to them who stood beside me while I was doing the struggling. They kept things going for me.