I'm a friendly person, I understand we aren't writing research papers here, but being the English major and perfectionist I am, I thought I could clear some things up for some repeat offenders. Just assume I am not talking about you. 1.The words 'to' and 'too' are not the same Example "I was going 'to' the store" "The new iMac is too cool" huh? huh? you like? make sense? soooo simple. (Side note, there is actually a third spelling for the same sound its 'two' which refers to the number) 2. If you don't know how to use commas, don't. Example Commas separate two clauses, two separate thoughts that could stand on their own if they needed to such as... "The new iMac is too cool, I wish I had one." Both of these two clauses could be 'two' different sentences... "The new iMac is too cool." AND "I wish I had one." Two complete sentences connected by a comma. See? See? painless? huh? huh? AWESOME 3. Like rant #1 with 'to' 'two' and 'too' 'there' 'their' and 'they're' are three different words. Example: "There are a lot of Windows users" "Their new iMac is really nice" "They're going to the store today" The first sentence refers to an inanimate group of things, or unspecific group of people. The second sentence refers to someone, or some group of people's property. "Their apple, Their happiness, etc" "They're is just "they are" put together with a conjunction. If I was really bored I would find it, but I know I've read people write "they're" when they meant "their" refering to Apple. I don't try 'too' hard "to" pick on 'their' bad English usage"," but "they're" getting out of control and "to" get my point across I had "to" post my "two" cents.