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Yes Men monitoring 05-27-11

Released on 2012-02-27 00:00 GMT

Email-ID 403310
Date 2011-05-27 20:21:09
Yes Men Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum are making appearances on the
opposite ends of the Earth - Bonanno is still lecturing in Europe, while
Bichlbaum is at the MountainFilm festival in Telluride, Colorado.

- Hein Wils of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam tweeted about
Bonanno lecturing there today.

- A German politics website has posted a full 1.5 hour video of
Bonanno's lecture in Vienna.

- Huffington Post and a USA Today travel blog both briefly mentioned
Bichlbaum's presence at the festival in Telluride.


USA Today

In other media

- The UK's Guardian published a commentary by Jonathon Paige on the
UK Uncut movement, in which he said they need "more spectacle" to "avoid
becoming the anti-cuts Hare Krishnas, routinely chanting in the high
street." The Yes Men's BBC/Bhopal hoax, and their more recent
collaboration with US Uncut in targeting GE, are included in a list of
"four spectacles that got the message across." The other three are the
Boston Tea Party of 1773, the poll tax riot in London, 1990, and "the
Yippies invade Wall Street, 1967."

- The Hartford (CT) Advocate newsgroup ran a report this week about
the Yes Men/US Uncut prank on GE.,0,7485145.story

- The current issue of The Progressive magazine has an interview
with The Yes Men. Text of the article is not currently available.


Ann Sigsby

Senior Analyst

Allis Information Management


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