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The Yes Men has a consumer rating of 4.5 stars from 2 reviews indicating that most consumers are generally satisfied with their purchases. The Yes Men also ranks 34th among Funny sites.

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“These guys use humor and irony to publicly "out" politicians...”

Sophie N.
4/13/11

These guys use humor and irony to publicly "out" politicians and companies for their bad behavior. There was a segment about them on CNN http://cnn.com/video/?/video/us/2011/04/13/tsr.ge.gets.punked.cnn where they published a hoax where GE gave back their billion dollar tax refund to help create jobs in the US (not true unfortunately). I'm amazed at their creativity! =)

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michaell
67 reviews
418 helpful votes
June 18th, 2010
This is the official site of the Yes Men, the two activists (Andy Bichlbaum and Mike Bonanno), who play pranks on corporate behemoths to help raise awareness of important social issues and social responsibility. You can read all about their high-profile hijinks on the site and they are absolutely hilarious.

My favorite is where Bichlbaum poses as a representative from the National Petroleum Council at Canada's largest oil conference and proposes in his keynote speech to make oil out of the humans who died as a result of their industry in the first place. http://theyesmen.org/hijinks/vivoleum

The site has recently been redesigned and now, in addition to links to their books and movies, includes a frequently updated blog and the new Yes Lab, which helps others perform similar activism-focused pranks on their own. It's good to see them leveraging new media to spread their ideas and increase their influence.

This is a great site to support the Yes Men, learn about the evils of corporate greed, become more active in social issues, or just have a good laugh.
sophien
145 reviews
881 helpful votes
April 13th, 2011
These guys use humor and irony to publicly "out" politicians and companies for their bad behavior. There was a segment about them on CNN http://cnn.com/video/?/video/us/2011/04/13/tsr.ge.gets.punked.cnn where they published a hoax where GE gave back their billion dollar tax refund to help create jobs in the US (not true unfortunately).

I'm amazed at their creativity! =)

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