Think about your behaviors, you don’t know who is watching.
Release Date: [07.01.2021]
We live in a world where everyone can know who you are and what you are doing. Think about your behaviors, you don't know who is watching.
Martin lives two lives, the first is someone trying to change the world, the other is a life of mass information, violating privacy for the sake of justice, public shaming with the goal of behavior change, then taking action to change some people's existence. His intent and the consequences lead him down a different path, he is inspired and decides to make a real difference. A difference that was a lot more public and infinitely more discreet in its methods.
Think about your behaviors, you don't know who is watching. You will learn to Fear The Panopticon.
Dr. Marcus Young
David Armstrong is a dad of three kids and a husband to a wonderful wife. He has lived multiple lives in one. Growing up in a small town near Philadelphia, serving in the US Air Force, serving as a combat veteran, then a corporate drone and tech entrepreneur. He is a first generation American. He has never given up on what should be. He defines himself as a former rebel, now a renegade.
I have a strong sense of justice in me. I don’t really know where it came from, but it has been with me ever since I was a young boy. My earliest memories are of me debating with someone about what should be. I would always then, and even now, get the advice or response of, well, that is how it is. I hate the response. Even now, as an adult, I will often hear the phrase, ‘It is what it is’. This is just people not willing to take action to fix what is wrong.
I have never given up, but I have failed more than I have succeeded in my pursuit of justice. The wall to climb is too high, or maybe my methods are ineffective. I do know, good or bad, I'm always willing to try.