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Several years ago a man uploaded a clip of his son getting his finger chomped on by his baby brother. The upload became a YouTube sensation. Britain's Daily Telegraph reports that dad has made more than $150,000 from that video. YouTube makes deals with people whose videos could become hits, and offers them some of the revenues from ads it places on the video's page.
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