January Global Idea: Re-anonimize I've been thinking about our last few globals and i have to say that the excitement seems to be wearing thin. the same ol' people in the same ol garb holding the same ol signs... through these many months we've forged friendships with our fellow anons. we talk online, we hang out IRL, and we can point each other out in a crowd of our own. As much as i enjoy the social aspect of all this i miss the thrill of anonymity, the excitement of not knowing anyone and being unknown, and the ever present feeling of paranoia. I say let's celebrate our one year anniversary of enturbulation by going back to what we started with: pure anonymity (or as close to it as we can). i propose that on the 17th of January we come to the protest dressed in something completely different than what we'd normally come in. this doesn't mean elaborate costumes, but merely covering up far more than we do now. return to the time when we didn't know each other and that everyone else in the crowd besides yourself could be a sciplant. don't just cover your face; cover your head, your arms, legs, body shape, and anything to make you unrecognizable at first glance. We did this kinda-sorta with sci vs spy but for the most part it was fairly easy to spot who was who. return to our roots. no one is a friend. we're all strangers to ourselves. All you'd really need to cover yourself well is a hoodie, a mask, or even a shirt ninja wrap with shades. GF masks preferred because it's the most common covering and gives a larger sense of unity. i'm sure you can get one offa amazon by mid-january. the bonus upshot of all this clothing is that it's colder than a titches' wit outside now that it's winter so you'll be nice a snug. sure, voices are a pretty dead give away for some people but you can always choose not to talk to anyone and remain anonymous. sure, some of us are more distinct than others regardless of clothes but it'd still be fun to TRY. So what says the hive? throw your ego's to the wind and refresh our anonymity for our 1 year anniversary.