Andy Bichlbaum

Andy Bichlbaum got his start as an activist when, as a computer programmer, he inserted a swarm of kissing boys in a shoot-'em-up video game (SimCopter) just before it shipped to store shelves; he found himself fired, momentarily famous, and hugely amused. Since then he's worked for Exxon, Dow, the WTO, Halliburton, Monsanto, and many other companies without their approval.