Watching the Yes Men are revolting was very interesting because not only were their activisms funny to watch, but also because we were able to see the behind the scenes of how they do it, how they plan it, and the relationship between Andy and Mike. However there was one thing that I could not agree about. On Thursday, when the Yes Men came, they talked about how these activisms are easy and that anyone could make a film. When a student asked, “do you think think that race matters when doing these activisms?”, they said “no, I don’t think it was easier because we were white” and then the audience got loud. If I did the same thing as the Yes Men did, they would probably send me back to Japan and I would not be able to make a living after that because no company would hire me because they would be worried that I would not follow their rules, and do activisms if I disagree with the company. Yes, it might be easy to make an action, but I think that the level of risks that come along with that action is different depending on who is making the action.