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I'm not surprised at all. I've seen too many on line forums where people don't have a clue that there's a difference between to and too or their/they're/there or your and you're. It's not surprising considering you have companies such as Walgreens which is named for its (not it's) founder Charles Walgreen and rightfully should be Walgreen's but it's a battle that we are only losing.

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