Join The Yes Men In A Food Fight This Weekend

Join The Yes Men In A Food Fight This Weekend

Corporate pranksters the Yes Men are inviting you to a food fight. Among their many activist media hoaxes, these guys have posed as spokespersons for the WTO and McDonald’s in order to deliver satirical presentations to unwitting conference goers. Now they’re hosting a two-day workshop this Saturday and Sunday in New York City to devise a “high-profile media action on a crucial food-related issue.” You can take part in the brainstorming and then later help execute the action. [More]

Yes Men Launch Business Prank Consulting Services

Yes Men Launch Business Prank Consulting Services

The Yes Men, who have made a name for themselves impersonating business titans, making them say ridiculous things, and fooling some people into believing they’re real, are franchising. They’ve started the Yes Lab where groups can come to them with ideas for specific businesses to skewer and the Yes Men will guide them in creating the most disruptive media impact. [More]

Yes Men Try To Mess With U.N., One Gets Arrested And Jailed

Yes Men Try To Mess With U.N., One Gets Arrested And Jailed

Those wily Yes Men, pranksters of the business and political worlds and comedy documentarians who masquerade as big business honchos to create “gotcha!” moments, were gotten themselves by the cops when they tried to disrupt the U.N. Security Council Summit.

Trailer For New Yes Men Movie Now Online

Trailer For New Yes Men Movie Now Online

The new movie from the Yes Men, The Yes Men Fix the World, comes out in the U.K. on August 7, and you can now view the trailer online. The Yes Men are political pranksters who masquerade as world business leaders and brilliantly get their audiences-their business audiences-to applaud their sometimes heinous recommendations.

Yes Men Solve the Climate Crisis: Soylent Green

Yes Men Solve the Climate Crisis: Soylent Green

At the Gas and Oil Exposition in Calgary this week, Exxon Mobil executive Florian Osenberg told a rapt audience that the ongoing climate change crisis is no big deal because the dead people can provide “more feedstock.”