And this is what, a concession that you're incorrect?<quoted text>
Uh huh ... ok ...
Perfect. I accept.
This string has run its course people - and for anyone whose knee-jerk reaction is to correct the "its" in that sentence, it's correct. It's one of the only times (if not the only case) where the apostrophe "s" does not indicate possession, but instead takes the place of the "i" in "is." Thought I'd save you some time portly, as you try to save face. Don't bother.
Adios teacher wannabes!