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It's vs Its (Not really something to get angry at)
People get the two mixed up because -Every single other time (Short of words ending in an S) in the existence of the english language- 's means possessive, the only time where this is wrong is ITS. (At least that I know about) So because it throws people off you shouldn't go to hard on them.--Gondana 05:59, 2 March 2009 (UTC)
Did you just write "the only time WHERE this is wrong" [emphasis mine]? Are you insane?? It should say "the time when this is wrong". Sorry, the "where"wolf has bitten almost everyone. It's<----[SEE THAT?] sickening.