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Nov 6, 2005 | 9:31 PM EST
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eBaum is making too much money off of robbery, lets try to fix that.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Yep, I'm in.

I do believe all the worlds spam was caused by Ebuam. Duck Division just might be one of his covert groups spying on Newgrounds for vids to steal. Just a theory, but who knows? Anyone else think so?

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Rated 5 / 5 stars


So true. I went to, and i saw something which proves the point. If you've seen the 8-bit pwny club before, you know what i'm talking about. I saw the heavy metal shrooms from the episodes. The person who submitted it never made any connection with newgrounds at all. steals from others, and this video truly describes what he is.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


It turns out there is a way to make money off the Internet...thievery. The video was great, though. Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to proclaim myself as Mr. Bauman's nemesis.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

a catchy song

to tell you the truth, i didn't know much about ebaumsworld. but i'm not gonna go on it for SURE thanks to you

nice animation btw

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

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eBaum's World (subtitled "Media for The Masses") is a website based in Rochester, New York featuring entertainment media such as videos, Flash cartoons and web games. It is controversial for many reasons, primarily due to the fact that much of the content on the website is taken from other sources without permission and rebranded with the eBaum's World logo. The site was owned by Eric "eBaum" Bauman and co-owned by Bauman's secretary and father, Neil. They sold the site to ZVUE Corporation in August 2008 for $15 million cash and $2.5 million in stock, with further payouts upon performance.[1]
On January 31, 2009, Bauman reported that ZVUE fired him and the rest of the staff and replaced them with a new team. Furthermore, Bauman claimed ZVUE are falsely using his name in connection with new material, making it look as if Bauman is still employed

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