Posts Tagged AnonGen
Four months and three days ago, impossible to believe it’s already been that much time, my grandfather was killed in a car crash not even five minutes from my home. Of the two individuals involved in the accident, one made it out with a scratch hardly deserving of a bandage, while the other paid the […]
In a rush to publish some content for our audience we’ve – purposely – allowed ourselves to get off track a little bit with what we intend this site to be. This site came to exist in a matter of days, after months were spent discussing its focus. We chose not to have backlogs of writings we could use for blog posts so that all of our entries would feel current. Every thing we’ve posted on AnonGen (that is not source-linked) provides a fresh take on our subject-choice’s context. We’ll get back to expanding idea’s, but for now we wanted to make sure our audience wasn’t just clicking to read a single post. As the Home Page explains, we want this site to be about connecting on all levels; not just economic and political commentary.
Like it or not, our current government SYSTEM (read: not our government OFFICIALS) represents the best opportunity for addressing our grievances. It also happens to represent the route Americans are most likely to get on board with.
Keep it Honest and Interesting We have a chance to define what our generation contributes to the world. I see beautiful people everyday who want nothing more than to bring people together to share ideas and their culture. Sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit have completely changed how we interact with one another on a […]