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THE YES MEN'S FIRST MOVIE, DVD (2003)

With poker-faced impersonation as their weapon, and World Trade Organization officials as their target, the Yes Men pull off one bold prank after another in an effort to raise political consciousness. And when their outrageous stunts are actually swallowed, hook, line and sinker the Yes Men must up the satirical ante.

NOTE: This is not The Yes Men Save The World, which will be available in December.

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The Yes Men: The True Story of the End of the World Trade Organization (2003)

Paperback: 192 pages. The book is lavishly illustrated in full color throughout, featuring photographs of Mike and Andy getting deeper and deeper into their assumed identities. Also liberally dispensed are many of the hilarious e-mail exchanges between the Yes Men and various officials and individuals around the world who have asked their advice on issues of world trade.

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The New York Times Dream Issue

It's like the news, only better.

This is an offical copy of the fake newspaper created and distributed by The Yes Men and friends.

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VIVOLEUM: The Reggie Watts Memorial Candle

Energy from people – from a name you trust – Exxon. Get an actual "Vivoleum" candle that memorializes Reggie Watts and his brave sacrifice to the world.

20% binders and fillers, 80% recycled humans, 100% eco friendly – the energy of tomorrow is here today. Bite me, solar.

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VIVOLEUM: ENERGY SOLUTION FOR A NEW ERA

The National Petroleum Council (NPC) was wowed by an innovative new approach to sustainable energy proposed by ExxonMobil.

During GO-EXPO, Canada's largest oil conference, held at Stampede Park in Calgary, Alberta, an ExxonMobil representative unveiled VIVOLEUM.

The oilmen listened to the lecture with attention, and then lit "commemorative candles" made of Vivoleum obtained from the flesh of an "Exxon janitor" who died as a result of cleaning up a toxic spill.

The representative explained: "Without oil we could no longer produce or transport food, and most of humanity would starve. That would be a tragedy, but at least all those bodies could be turned into fuel for the rest of us."

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